“Last time I checked, I was the man on these streets…”

On Trap Or Die 3, Jeezy returns to the kitchen responsible for his “Can’t Ban the Snowman” mantra and chefs up another menacing entrée of hustlenomics. The result? A winning recipe.

This week on the Billboard 200, the album towering over other charted releases is none other than Jeezy and the threequel to his championed mixtape series. According to Nielsen Music, Trap or Die 3 sold over 89,000 units since its October 28 release, giving the trapper-turned-rapper his third No. 1 album.

At 16 tracks, the rollicking collection features Chef Boyar-Young hitting his stride, as he dashes his audible palette with howls of snowstorm (“Recipe,” “G-Wagon”) and sticky production (Shawty Redd, D. Rich). As Billboard points out, this is the rapper’s third No. 1 release and once again continues the rapper’s streak of album releases bowing inside the Top 10.

Another release echoing the quote mentioned above is street MVP Meek Mill, whose much-talked about DC4 mixtape/album debuted high on the chart with 87,000 units. The fourth installment in the rapper’s Dreamchasers mixtape series arrived peaks at No. 3 on the chart, one week after it released straight to streaming services. Of its 87,000 units start, a whopping 37,000 were based off of streaming. Meek’s last album to chart on the Billboard 200 was 2015’s Dreams Worth More Than Money, which debuted at No. 1 the chart.

Contrary to a quote he gave to REVOLT prior, for Meek, the DC4 results prove you can “kill the streets with the internet.”

Meek Mill’s DC4 is available for streaming now, along with Jeezy’s Trap or Die 3.