Houston rapper Travis Scott, YG and Mac Miller‘s new albums will have no problem securing Top 5 debuts. All three rap stars’ newest releases are headed to big opening weeks.

Based on the latest projections, Scott’s Astroworld is set to dominate the entire chart.

Travis Scott could be headed for the year’s second-largest debut, behind Drake’s 732k and just ahead of Post Malone’s 461k. The top eight titles this week are all hip-hop, with two soundtracks rounding out the Top 10. Among those soundtracks is The Greatest Showman, which has remained in the Top 10 since the movie came out in December of last year.

1. *Travis Scott (Cactus Jack/Grand Hustle/Epic) 455-470k Total, 175-185k Albums
2. Drake (YMCMB/Republic) 126-131k, 10-12k
3. Post Malone (Republic) 53-58k, 4-5k
4. *YG (Def Jam) 52-57k, 7-8k
5. *Mac Miller (Warner Bros.) 44-48k, 10-12k
6. Juice WRLD (Grade A/Interscope) 37-40k, <1k 7. XXXTentacion (Bad Vibes Forever) 35-38k, 1-2k 8. Cardi B (Atlantic) 33-36k, 1-2k 9. Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (Capitol) 27-30k, 16-18k 10. The Greatest Showman (Atlantic) 26-29k, 14-16k 11. *Moneybagg Yo (N-Less/Interscope) 23-26k, 6-7k 12. Luke Combs (River House/Columbia Nashville) 22-25k, 5-6k 13. Kenny Chesney (Blue Chair/Warner Bros. Nashville) 21-24k, 15-17k 14. Lil Baby (QC/Motown/Capitol) 19-22k, <1k 15. Post Malone (Republic) 19-22k, 1-2k (HITS Daily Double)

Travis’ long-awaited album is reportedly eligible for gold certification.

A couple nights ago, Scott blessed fans with his new “Stop Trying To Be God” video premiere.

YG’s Stay Dangerous has received ample support from various hip-hop stars.