This is his fifth consecutive top ten CD, following 2014’s Trigga, Chapter V in 2012, Passion, Pain & Pleasure in 2010, and 2009’s Ready 2009. More Life set the all-time streaming mark in its first week, with 257,000 units. Trey Songz debuts at number three on the Billboard 200 with Tremaine selling 67,000 units. It also streamed 169,000 units, the second-highest streaming number in history. Drizzy’s More Life sold 226,000 equivalent album units in the week ending March 30 to maintain the top spot. Drake now has 20 weeks at the top of the album chart in his career, trailing only Eminem (31 weeks), Jay-Z (23 weeks) and M.C Hammer (21 weeks) among hip-hop artists. OVO Sound/Young Money/Cash Money/RepublicDrake is living the “life” as the king of the Billboard 200 album chart for a second week.