Drake’s “God’s Plan” Becomes His Longest Leading Billboard Hot 100 Hit
After spending 11 consecutive weeks at the number spot of the highly rated Billboard Hot 100 Chart, Drake‘s latest single “God’s Plan” became his longest-leading single to stay on top of the chart.
Last week, it was reported that Drake had become the only male leading act with two 10-week runs atop the Billboard Hot 100 chart. By reaching its 10th week at the top of the hallowed chart, “God’s Plan” secured Drizzy a place beside Diddy and Elton John as two of the only other solo male acts to even have 10-week runs atop the chart. Now, Drizzy’s put even more distance between himself and that particular distinction.
His last single which topped the chart for a lengthy period was the 2016 release “One Dance” featuring Wizkid & Kyla which lasted for 10 weeks on the number one spot.
The Weeknd‘s “Call Out My Name” off his ‘My Dear Melancholy’ project debuts at No. 4 on the chart while Migos‘ “Walk It Talk It” moved from No. 15 to No. 10.
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