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Drake Passes Rihanna For Most Weeks At #1 On The Hot 100 This Decade

Drake Passes Rihanna For Most Weeks At #1 On The Hot 100 This Decade

by | 1st August 2018
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Drake breaks another chart record as he solidifies himself as one of the most commercially successful musicians of this decade.

 

Drake’s “In My Feelings” is spending its third week at #1 on the Hot 100. He now has 42 chart toppers pushing him past Rihanna‘s 41 for the most weeks atop the tally this decade and ahead of Usher for the most by a male soloist in any decade in the chart’s 60-year history.

 

“In My Feelings” is from Drake’s album Scorpion, which rules the Billboard 200 chart for a fourth week.

 

Drizzy also lands at #6 with “Nice For What.” Additionally, 6ix9ine earned his first Top 10 record as “Fefe” featuring Nicki Minaj and Murda Beatz debuted at #4.

 

The rest of the Top 10 includes two entries from Cardi B (“I Like It” – #2 & Maroon 5‘s “Girls Like You” – #3) and Post Malone (“Better Now” – #5 & “Psycho” – #9). Tyga‘s “Taste” featuring Offset jumps to #10.