AceShowbiz - Meek Mill's fourth studio album "Championships" debuts atop Billboard 200, marking his second No. 1 album on the chart. Making its way out via Maybach/Atlantic Records, the set racked up 229,000 equivalent album units, including 42,000 in traditional album sales, in the week ending December 6, according to Nielsen Music.
The rapper previously topped the chart with his second album "Dreams Worth More Than Money", which arrived atop the chart with 246,000 in 2015. His other two studio albums, "Dreams and Nightmares" as well as "Wins & Losses", both debuted inside the top five, landing in No. 2 and 3 respectively. Along with his mixtapes and EP, Mill has six top ten efforts on the chart.
Trailing behind "Championships" is Lil Baby's new project "Street Gossip", which starts at No. 2 with 88,000 units. It becomes his highest-charting effort. Following its first full tracking week, Tekashi69 a.k.a. 6ix9ine's "Dummy Boy" slips to No. 3 with 83,000 units. Another new release, The 1975's "A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships", lands at No. 4 with 66,000 units.
Michael Buble's record-breaking holiday album "Christmas" rounds out the top five with 55,000 units.
At No. 6, Ski Mask the Slump God nabs his first top ten with his debut full-length album "Stokeley". Powered by streaming activity, the record sold 51,000 units in its first week. "A Star Is Born" soundtrack falls three spots to No. 7 with 48,000 units, while last week's chart topper Travis Scott (II)'s "Astroworld" dips to No. 8 with 47,000 units.
Rounding out the top ten for this week's chart are Queen's soundtrack album to "Bohemian Rhapsody" and Pentatonix's "Christmas Is Here!" While the veteran band's record descends to No. 9 with a little more than 40,000, the a capella group's holiday album falls to No. 10 with 40,000 units.