Drizzy’s Views spends another week atop the charts, reports Billboard, for the fourth consecutive week.

Posted by: Frankie Zing

Views sold an equivalent of 189,000 album units in the week ending May 26, with 50,000 of that total counting as traditional album sales, reports Nielsen Music. The album’s streaming numbers, 166.2 million streams, translated into an equivalent of 110,000 album units. In its fourth week, Views was even able to top Ariana Grande’s Dangerous Woman, which debuted at No. 2 with an extensive 175,000 equivalent album units moved, 129,000 of which are traditional album sales.

The last man to have an album spend more weeks at the top of the Billboard 200 chart was Michael Buble, with his Christmas album going No. 1 for five consecutive weeks beginning in December 2011. Excluding holiday albums, Eminem’s Recovery was the last album to chart more weeks at No. 1 than Views, when it racked up a total of seven nonconsecutive weeks atop the chart between July and September in 2010.