You would think after all of the hype and all-star homecoming concert, Gucci Mane would land on top of the Billboard 200 chart. That’s not the case. Drake’s Views holds on to the No. 1 spot for a 12th non-consecutive week.

According to Billboard, Drizzy’s moved another 85,000 copies last week, which already adds to his double platinum-selling run.

Following Drake is Gucci Mane’s seventh album Everybody Looking, his first project after being released from prison in May. The collection premiered at No. 2 with 68,000 units (of which, 43,000 are in traditional album sales). This is the Zone 6 leader’s highest placement ever in his career, who previously peaked at No. 4 in 2010 with The Appeal: Georgia’s Most Wanted.

We don't think Gucci would mind being No. 2 behind Drake. The two rappers have collaborated on the Everybody Looking track, "Back On Road" and are reportedly planning to do a joint project together. Drizzy even made a guest appearance at Guwop's Homecoming concert in Atlanta.

Meanwhile, Gucci Mane teamed up with Spotify to treat fans with some ice cream. The veteran rapper had two ice cream trucks, one in Atlanta and one in New York, where fans enjoyed triple scoops of banana, cotton candy and bubble gum ice cream.

Gucci Mane is back!