Drake's 'Views' Continues to Dominate Despite Joe Budden's Diss Track

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Not even Joe Budden could rattle the success of Drake's Views album.

Views is now on its ninth dominating week at the number one spot on the Billboard 200 chart, continuing to take precedence over Red Hot Chili Peppers' The Getaway and Beyonce's Lemonade.

"Views pulls ahead of Eminem's The Marshall Mathers LP (with eight weeks at No. 1) to solely claim the third-most weeks at No.

1 by a hip-hop album. Ahead of Views are Vanilla Ice's To the Extreme (16 weeks at No. 1 in 1990 and 1991) and MC Hammer's Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em (21 weeks in 1990)," according to Billboard.

With the number one spot and everyone trying to dethrone Drake from his continuous success, rapper, Joe Budden recently took to dissing Drake.

The diss seems to be more to encourage sport in hip-hop and a real lyricist battle as opposed to Drake's former beef with Meek Mill, which he clearly won, without a question.

Towards the end of the track Budden claims that Drake might have misconstrued the boundaries of their friendship. He also speaks about Drake having relations with an unnamed woman and often hitting him up for confirmation on other females.

Drake hasn't always responded to beef. He completely overlooked Kendrick Lamar and Murda Mook's disses while only responding to Meek Mill and Common in the past.

Some would say he chooses his opponents wisely but will this be one of those disses that cause him to react? You can listen to Joe Budden's diss track below.

Joe Budden's Drake Diss Track "Making A Murderer Part 1"

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