Drake has enjoyed a lot of success from his most recent full-length project, Views. The album has sat atop the the Billboard 200 earlier this year for twelve weeks, and now it's returned to the top spot after a seven-week break. This makes it the longest gap between weeks at a No. 1 spot for an album in over three years, reports Billboard. The album garnered 53,000 equivalent album units according to Nielsen Music.

That's not the only good news Drake has gotten regarding Views this week, though, as he hit another milestone with the album. The former Apple Music exclusive album has now become the first album to achieve over 1 billion streams on the platform, and now Drake has a plaque to commemorate his achievement, too. Considering the album is now available on other streaming services, this is big news. With its 13th nonconsecutive week at the top of the chart, it's looking like Views refuses to quit, even if Drake is already at work on its follow-up.

Check out the plaque Drake posted on Twitter below.

 

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