Canadian R & B singer Drake took over first place in the United States Billboard 200 to connect the week for a week Monday 10 album, a small group of artists who have achieved the same performance in recent years.
Album “Views” Drake sold 18,000 albums and 161,000 songs and has aired in more than 86 million times in the last week, a total of 117,000 total units album, according to figures from Nielsen SoundScan.
“Views” is the tenth album watch 10 weeks consecutive or not, No. 1 on the list of albums in the last 20 years, according to Billboard.
Album sales were driven primarily by the currents of online music platforms like Spotify and Apple music.
The Billboard 200 album covers record sales units, sales of songs (10 songs represent a slice) and streaming activity (1500 current corresponds to a hard drive).
Other artists are to reach 10 weeks at the top: Adele with her blockbuster 2011 hit album “21”, which issued 24 non-consecutive weeks at the top of the table, and Soundtracks 1998 “Titanic” and 2014 “frozen”.
“Views” was pressed at No. 2 last week, when Blink 182 first place in the album charts with their latest album “California”. Album of old rock ‘fell to No. 3 this week on the map.
Other new entries in the top ten ranking on the Billboard albums 200 this week includes Schoolboy Q rapper in No. 2 with “white face LP” rockers Chevelle in 8th place with “Northern Corridor” and the alternative band Switchfoot rock band at No. 10 with “When the light shines through.”