Drake has a lot too celebrate with the success of his able ‘Views’; His latest album has now spent it’s 5th week at number one on Billboard’s Top 200.
According to Billboard.com
As noted a week ago, Views has the most weeks at No. 1 for an album by a man since Michael Buble’s Christmas also led the chart for five weeks in December 2011-January 2012. Views earned another 152,000 equivalent album units (down 19 percent) in the week ending June 2, according to Nielsen Music. More than half of that sum, 92,000 units, were comprised of streaming equivalent albums.
Views’ 92,000 SEA units equates to nearly 138 million streams for the album’s tracks (as each SEA unit represents 1,500 streams from an album).
With Views’ latest streaming haul, the set now has the top five largest streaming weeks for an album: its debut frame holds the record (245.1 million streams for its tracks), followed by its third week (186.1 million), its fourth week (166.2 million), its second week (140.8 million), and then its fifth frame (137.5 million).
In the latest tracking week, Views sold 37,000 in traditional album sales, which places it at No. 5 on the Top Album Sales chart. The list ranks the best selling albums of the week.