Seven songs off Drake’s latest offering Scorpion are in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 chart, meaning that he’s officially broken a 54-year-old record previously held by The Beatles. In 1964, the band held five spots with Can’t Buy Me Love, Twist And Shout, She Loves You, I Want To Hold Your Hand and Please Please Me.
The rapper shared the news with fans on Instagram, which showed the current situation of the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Every single one of the 25 tracks on the album has made it onto the Hot 100. The seven songs in question include: (everyone’s fave) Nice For What, Nonstop, God’s Plan, In My Feelings, I’m Upset, Emotionless and Don’t Matter To Me – Drake’s duet with the late Michael Jackson.
Just the other day, news broke that Scorpion had become the first album to get more than one-billion global streams in its first week of release. One billion! How insane?!
Yas, Drizzy! Congratulations!
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