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Maybach Music Group’s Meek Mill is never going to forget this sales week. The hip-hop star’s new Championships album has reportedly beat out its competition in its first seven days.

According to reports, Meek’s new solo effort has easily sold over 200,000 copies and topped the chart.

Meek Mill’s Championships (Atlantic) has officially topped the HITS Top 50 Chart, moving around 208k. That included, a total of four debuts make up the Top 5, as Lil Baby’s Street Gossip (QC/Motown/Capitol), The 1975’s A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships (Interscope) and Ski Mask the Slump God’s Stokeley (Victor Victor Worldwide/Republic) make waves at #3, #4 and #5 with 84k, 61k and 52k, respectively. (HITS Daily Double)

Earlier in the week, Meek admitted he needed more than just a number one album to his name.

This week, Meek hinted at plans to put out another studio effort before 2019.

Initial estimates suggested Meek’s new LP would easily topple his sales chart competition.

Meek Mill will easily claim the top spot on Friday’s Top 50. Here’s how several of the top releases for this week are looking. Check for updates soon on Alessia Cara, Dolly Parton, Ski Mask The Slump God, Trey Songs and Neil Young.

Meek Mill (Atlantic) 150-175k total activity, 24-27k album
Lil Baby (QC/Motown/Capitol) 80-90k, 5-7k
The 1975 (Interscope) 60-70k, 45-55k
Earl Sweatshirt (Columbia) 28-33k, 7-9k (HITS Daily Double)