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Drake reclaims top spot on U.S. album chart

Drake is back at number one on the U.S. album chart after nearly a two-month absence.
The rapper’s Views made the leap from second to first place on the Billboard 200, marking the first time he’s been at the top in seven weeks. The break also marks the longest gap between weeks at number one for an album in over three years, a record set by Mumford & Sons’ Babel.
Drake’s place at number one also marks his 13th nonconsecutive week in the coveted spot.
Meanwhile, fellow rapper Mac Miller lands an impressive debut at number two with his new record The Divine Feminine, while the soundtrack to the Suicide Squad film stays steady at three.
Staind frontman Aaron Lewis’ solo country album, Sinner, comes in at number four, while Usher returns to the Billboard 200 in fifth place with his new effort Hard II Love.
It marks the R&B star’s eighth top 10 album and first record since Looking 4 Myself debuted at number one in 2012.

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