Meek Mill is currently enjoying the success of his latest album, CHAMPIONSHIPS. The rapper's project debuted atop the Billboard 200 and claimed 15 positions on the Billboard Hot 100. However, he also earned two positions in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

Meek Mill's CHAMPIONSHIPS is proving to be his most commercially successful album in his catalog. The rapper claimed fifteen positions on the chart. Two of the positions he claimed are currently sitting in the top 10. "Going Bad" with Drake debuted at number 2 on the chart while "What's Free" ft. Jay-Z and Rick Ross round out the top 10. 

"Going Bad" and "What's Free" are two out of twelve songs off of CHAMPIONSHIPS that made its way on to the chart. The rapper's single "Dangerous" also reached a new peak, hitting #14 from #18. Meek's collaboration with Lil Baby on "Time" also hit the charts, debuting at #31.

CHAMPIONSHIPS also helped Meek Mill reclaim the top spot on the Billboard Artist 100 list after previously sitting at #76.

Peep the rest of Meek's CHAMPIONSHIPS songs on the chart.

No. 13, “On Me,” featuring Cardi B
No. 17, “Uptown Vibes,” featuring Fabolous & Anuel AA
No. 25, “24/7,” featuring Ella Mai
No. 26, “Intro”
No. 27, “Respect The Game”
No. 30, “Trauma”
No. 36, “Championship”
No. 37, “Tic Tac Toe,” featuring Kodak Black
No. 38, “Almost Slipped”
No. 42, “Splash Warning,” featuring Future, Roddy RicchYoung Thug
No. 43, “Pay You Back,” featuring 21 Savage
No. 49, “Oodles O’ Noodles Babies”

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