If you’re having déjà vu, it’s probably because you’ve seen Drake’s name at the top of the Billboard 200 charts from VIEWS, but the 6 God is continuing his reign with More Life. Making a splash this week also, Kodak Black’s debut album, Painting Pictures lands at #3. Elsewhere down the chart, YFN Lucci makes his first appearance at #27 with 16,667 units of sales for Long Live Nut and Young Dolph makes a statement with his Bulletproof project charting at #36 with 13,836 sales units upon its release.

Drake Goes 3 Weeks At #1 With “More Life”

Drake continues to push sales with More Life as it remains in the top spot for its third cycle since its March release. This week, the playlist sold 136,286 units, 16,252 albums and more than 167 million streams. His last full-length project, VIEWS, broke several records and was at the top of the Billboard 200 for nine weeks straight before being bounced by Blink-182. VIEWS remains at the #22 position on the chart.

Kodak Black Paints Pictures Of Success With Debut Album

Kodak Black’s Painting Pictures album makes its debut on the Billboard 200, landing at #3. The project saw 71,291 total sales, 15,473 album sales and 76.8 million streams. The LP was anchored by Project Baby’s “Tunnel Vision” single, which has been floating within the Top 10 of Billboard’s Hot 100 for a few weeks now. This isn’t Kodak’s first appearance on the 200 chart as his Lil Big Pac mixtape also made the list and clings onto the #197 slot this sales cycle.

Top 10 Billboard Top 200 Rap & R&B Albums For The Week Ending 04/06/2017

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 — More Life — 136,286 (16,252) [167,098,733]

#3 Kodak Black — Painting Pictures — 71,291 (15,473) [76,862,172]

#4 Bruno Mars — 24K Magic — 47,776 (19,645) [25,210,954]

#8 Future — Future38,215 (3,012) [46,263,238]

#9 Migos — Culture — 33,585 (1,745) [42,327,356]

#11 The Weeknd — Starboy — 32,650 (6,254) [30,649,625]

#14 Post Malone — Stoney — 25,594 (1,964) [31,744,034]

#15 Khalid — American Teen — 25,450 (2,253) [31,540,755]

#16 Rick Ross — Rather You Than Me — 24,353 (12,999) [14,817,295]

#18 Big Sean — I Decided. — 23,917 (3,795) [26,154,886]