Kanye West reaches No. 1 on Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart for the first time, as “All Mine,” from his No. 1 Billboard 200 album ye, debuts atop the chart dated June 16 with 36.3 million streams, according to Nielsen Music.

“Mine” exceeds the No. 2 peak of “Bound 2” on Streaming Songs in December 2013.

"All Mine" is also West’s top debut on the chart, besting the No. 4 start of “Gone” featuring Cam’ron and Consequence in October 2013.

“Mine” shares top 10 space with fellow Ye tracks “Yikes” (No. 3, 34.2 million) and “Ghost Town” (No. 8, 29.7 million), with the entire seven-track album making appearances on the tally; “Wouldn’t Leave” (No. 11, 26.3 million), “Violent Crimes” (No. 14, 23.6 million ), “I Thought About Killing You” (No. 15, 23.4 million) and “No Mistakes” (No. 17, 21.2 million) also debut.

“Mine” concurrently debuts at No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100, bested by “Yikes,” which starts at No. 8 thanks to more digital downloads and radio airplay.

“Mine” also becomes West’s first No. 1 on On-Demand Streaming Songs (34.1 million on-demand audio streams), and he holds down the chart’s entire top five.

Ye opened atop the Billboard 200 with 208,000 equivalent album units, his eighth straight album to lead (and debut at No. 1 on) the chart.