Drake binds off Beyonce for tip mark on Billboard manuscript chart


LOS ANGELES RB artist Drake hold his mark atop a weekly U.S. Billboard 200 manuscript draft on Monday, gripping Beyonce from a desired No. 1 position.

“Views,” Drake’s fourth studio record, sole another 234,000 units from manuscript and strain sales and was streamed some-more than 186 million times, according to total from Nielsen SoundScan.

The Billboard 200 manuscript draft tallies units from manuscript sales, strain sales (10 songs equal one album) and streaming activity (1,500 streams equal one album).

“Views” debuted during a tip of a draft with some-more than 1 million units in sales after a Apr 28 release, a biggest opening week so distant in 2016.

Drake has managed to keep a tip mark from Beyonce’s strike “Lemonade” album, that remained solid during No. 2 with 128,000 units sole in a week finished on May 19.

Beyonce has not done “Lemonade” accessible for streaming solely on reward height Tidal, tying a consumption.

Drake, on a other hand, done “Views” accessible on streaming platforms such as Spotify, that has done adult a vital apportionment of weekly sales.

Pop thespian Meghan Trainor led a new entries on a Billboard 200 manuscript chart’s tip 10 this week with her “Thank You” manuscript debuting during No. 3 with 107,000 units.

Punk rope Pierce a Veil entered a draft during No. 4 with “Misadventures.” Chance a Rapper’s “Coloring Book” came in during No. 8, and nation thespian Jennifer Nettles’ “Playing with Fire” debuted during No. 10.

On a Digital Songs Chart, Justin Timberlake’s upbeat “Can’t Stop The Feeling!” hold onto a tip spot, gripping Drake’s “One Dance” during No. 2.

(Reporting by Piya Sinha-Roy; Editing by Lisa Von Ahn)


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