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11.7.2016

Jeezy’s ‘Trap or Die 3’ Tops Billboard 200

Jeezy rides a snowmobile all the way to the top of the Billboard 200, as Trap or Die 3 earns him his third No. 1 on the chart.

The Snowman’s latest album sold 89,000 units (73,000 traditional) to reach the top spot. Jizzle’s past No. 1s include 2008’s The Recession and 2006’s The Inspiration. The rest of his eight albums have all reached the top 10 including last year’s Church in These Streets, peaking at No. 4 with 107,000 units (98,000 traditional).

Meek Mill’s DC4 also makes its debut on the chart this week at No. 3 with 87,000 units (45,000 traditional). It’s the first of the Dreamchasers mixtape series to be released commercially and the first to chart. Mill’s last release, 2015’s Dreams Worth More Than Money, debuted at No. 1. Now, he’s already planning the follow-up, DC4.5.

Elsewhere, Meek’s rival Drake and his album Views fall out of the top 5 for the first time after spending 26 weeks in that range. The album, which has been No. 1 13 times since its release back in May, sold 36,000 units this week.

Meanwhile, Lady Gaga’s Joanne sits at No. 5 in its second week, the Suicide Squad soundtrack keeps going at No. 8, and the cast of Hamilton stays strong at No. 9.

Billboard 200 Top 10

1. Jeezy – Trap or Die 3 – 89,000
2. Kenny Chesney – Cosmic Hallelujah – 89,000
3. Meek Mill – DC4 – 87,000
4. Avenged Sevenfold – The Stage – 76,000
5. Lady Gaga – Joanne – 61,000
6. Pentatonix – A Pentatonix Christmas – 41,000
7. Drake – Views – 36,000
8. Suicide Squad: The Album – 28,000
9. Broadway Cast – Hamilton – 26,000
10. Michael Bublé – Nobody But Me – 25,000