The Drake stimulus package is real and it's spectacular.
Meek Mill wasn't eligible for it for a few years because he accused Drizzy of using a ghostwriter. But they recently squashed that beef, and Drake did a feature on Meek's new album Championships.
The track, "Going Bad", opens at six on the Billboard Hot 100. It's Meek's first top ten hit ever and Drake's 33.
"Going Bad" is @MeekMill's first and @Drake's 33rd top 10 single on the Hot 100.— chart data (@chartdata) December 10, 2018
Championships also opened first on the album chart with a 208K first week.
That's a big jump from Meek's 2017 album Wins And Losses, which only did 102K first week, and more on par with the 246K his 2015 album Dreams Worth More Than Money did.
The biggest hit on that album? "R.I.C.O", featuring Drake.