Jeezy

Jeezy

Courtesy of Def Jam Recordings

Jeezy's Trap or Die 3, debuts at No. 1 on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart (dated Nov. 19), with 73,000 copies sold in the week ending Nov. 3, according to Nielsen Music, marking his seventh topping set on the survey.

The album also bows atop the all-genre, consumption-based Billboard 200 with 89,000 equivalent album units, becoming his third No. 1 on the ranking.

While Jeezy rules Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, one song from the set bows on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. "All There," featuring Bankroll Fresh, debuts at No. 50, supported mostly by 3.7 million weekly U.S. streams (with 43 percent from YouTube views). The entrance marks the rapper's first on the chart in more two years, since "Seen It All," which peaked at No. 24 on the Sept. 20, 2014, list.

Meanwhile, Meek Mill arrives at No. 2 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums with DC4 (45,000 sold), although a whopping nine tracks from the set debut on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, backed by substantial weekly streams.

Meek Mill joins 14 other rappers who have placed nine or more simultaneous tracks on the chart. Drake leads with 21 concurrent chart hits, logged when his entire If You're Reading This It's Too Late album landed on the list dated March 7, 2015.

Meek Mill's 9 Debuts on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs:
Position, Title, U.S. Streams
No. 18, "Litty," featuring Tory Lanez, 8.2 million
No. 28, "Froze," featuring Lil Uzi Vert & Nicki Minaj, 6.3 million
No. 29, "Offended," featuring Young Thug & 21 Savage, 6 million
No. 33, "On The Regular," 5.8 million
No. 35, "The Difference," featuring Quavo, 5 million
No. 38, "Blue Notes," 4.5 million
No. 41, "Blessed Up," 4.4 million
No. 46, "Shine," 4.3 million
No. 49, "Outro," featuring Lil Snupe & French Montana, 3.8 million

"Litty" takes the week's Hot Shot Debut at No. 18, arriving with 8.2 million streams, the most of any of the album's tracks. The entrance is also sparked by 11,000 downloads sold, making it the set's top seller, as it opens at No. 12 on the Rap Digital Song Sales chart.

On the Billboard 200, DC4 begins at No. 3 with 87,000 equivalent album units.