Drake’s VIEWS takes the album sales crown for the third straight week, but the big news on this week’s Top 200 albums chart is that Chance The Rapper becomes the first artist ever to chart based on streams alone.

Chance The Rapper’s “Coloring Book” Makes History

Chance The Rapper lands at #8 with Coloring Book. This is his third mixtape and his first to chart. The project was not available for sale, but was streamed more than 57 million times, which gives him 38,000 album equivalent units.

Drake’s “VIEWS” Are Still From The Top

Drake takes the top spot on the chart for the third week in a row. VIEWS sold 238,000 album equivalent units, was purchased 82,000 times and streamed more than 186 million times. He beats out Beyonce’s LEMONADE, which sold 127,000.

Prince’s Legacy Lives On

People continue to remember Prince as two of his albums reach the Top 20 of the chart. His music is available for streaming exclusively on TIDAL. Very Best of Prince lands at #7 with nearly 42,000 album units. His classic Purple Rain charts at #19 with 21,000 units.

Top 10 Billboard Top 200 Rap & R&B Albums For The Week Ending 05/19/2016

Note: The first number below is this week’s “total album equivalent units” count, an intersection of album sales, single sales, and streams implemented by Billboard’s new rating system. A pure album sales figure is available in bold in parenthesis and information about each album’s streaming count is available in brackets.

#1 Drake – VIEWS – 238,594 (82,935) [186,080,146]

#2 Beyonce – LEMONADE – 127,609 (91,740) [16,650,932]

#5 Rihanna – ANTI – 44,033 (11,475) [34,639,822]

#7 Prince – Very Best of Prince – 41,818 (34,439) [419,656]

#8 Chance The Rapper – Coloring Book – 38,230 (0) [57,345,228]

#18 Kevin Gates – ISLAH 23,599 (8,576) [15,805,942]

#19 Prince – Purple Rain – 21,499 (20,581) [74,081]

#20 Kanye West – The Life of Pablo – 21,274 (14) [31,890,058]

#21 Bryson Tiller – Trapsoul – 19,854 (4,572) [19,855,888]

#22 G-Eazy – When It’s Dark Out – 18,750 (4,660) [16,165,543]