It's CHAMPIONSHIPS season for Meek Mill right now, and the rapper is claiming is rightfully earned victories. The rapper's latest project debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 and also helped him reclaim the top spot on Billboard's Artist 100 list. The project also helped Meek earn fifteen positions on the Billboard 200 including his first top 10 single.

Meek Mill's latest project is undoubtedly his most commercially successful one to date. Along with "Going Bad" with Drake debuting at #6 on the Hot 100, Meek also earned 14 other positions on the chart. "What's Free" -- the Jay-Z & Rick Ross-assisted highlight off of the album -- is the second highest-charting song off the album, debuting at #20. Meek's collaboration with Lil Baby on "Time" also earned him another position on the chart. Meek's "Dangerous" also earned a position on the chart, but it's the only track on his album that didn't debut this week. 

Meek Mill's "Splash Warning" also helped newly signed Dreamchasers artist and Compton rapper Roddy Ricch earn his first position on the Billboard Hot 100. Splash Warning is currently sitting at #77.

Peep the list of songs Meek has on the charts below.

No. 6, "Going Bad," feat. Drake
No. 20, "What's Free," feat. Rick Ross & JAY-Z
No. 30, "On Me," feat. Cardi B
No. 31, "Dangerous," feat. Jeremih & PnB Rock (up from No. 48)
No. 39, "Uptown Vibes," feat. Fabolous & Anuel AA
No. 54, "24/7," feat. Ella Mai
No. 55, "Intro"
No. 57, "Respect the Game"
No. 61, "Trauma"
No. 62, "Time" (Lil Baby feat. Meek Mill)
No. 70, "Championships"
No. 72, "Tic Tac Toe," feat. Kodak Black
No. 73, "Almost Slipped"
No. 77, "Splash Warning," feat. Future, Roddy Ricch & Young Thug
No. 78, "Pay You Back," feat. 21 Savage
No. 85, "Oodles O' Noodles Babies"

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