Amazing! Drake’s “Views” once again returns to No. 1 on Billboard 200 album chart just when Drake has released a new video ‘Please Forgive Me’ via Apple Music. Drake’s “Views” return to No. 1 – for a 13th time this week – is a 23-minute video coming back to the top spot after a seven-week break from the top spot.
According to Nielsen Music, Views collected 53,000 tantamount album units at the end of Sep 22. The songs of the album were streamed 57 million times in USA last week, 8,000 copies of the album sold out over the country. Billboard’s website will publish the new Oct. 8-dated chart on Tuesday. On the base of multi-metric consumption the Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week in United States.
“Views” tops the most weeks at No. 1 for a single artist album where Adele’s 21 grabbed the No. 1 position for 24 nonconsecutive weeks and the Frozen soundtrack also notched 13 nonconsecutive weeks at No. 1 in 2014. Meanwhile, Views is the Billboard 200’s longest run at No. 1 now.
The album “Views” weekly sales had exceeded 53,000 sales since March and grabbed the No. 1, when Rihanna’s “Anti” had made 54,000 sales. “Views” got one million sales in the opening week in April.
Drake’s has released a new long-form video “Please Forgive Me,” which is a escort bit of kind to “Views,” teasing by Apple Music last week.
Meanwhile, Mac Miller, 24-years-old rapper, begins at No. 2 with “The Divine Feminine,” which scores the week’s highest new album on the new Billboard 200. The video has streamed 20.3 million and sold just 32,000 copies. “The Suicide Squad” soundtrack holds constant at No. 3.
Aaron Lewis’ “Sinner” holds at No. 4 with 39,000 sales and Usher come back to the Billboard 200 with his new album “Hard II Love” No. 5.