DRAKE🐐 RE-WRITES BILLBOARD HISTORY BY OCCUPYING 24 SPOTS ON THE HOT 100 CHART.
This year still seems to all be about Drake still making history and breaking records only this year its with his new album/playlist More Life.
He’s moved the bar even higher than it already was on Spotify for first day and first-week streams, and he can now claim to have the most Hot 100-charting songs of any solo artist in history.
On top of all of that, Drake now holds the record for the most simultaneous hits on the Hot 100.
All of which means Drake’s name appears on 24 of the top 100 songs in the U.S., or as near as makes no difference exactly one-quarter of the entire list. That is an incredible, never-before-seen showing,
Drake beats his own previous record for the most Hot 100 appearances in one week, which was 20.
He accomplished that feat last year when he released his blockbuster album Views. It is likely that many of Drake's 24 charting songs, especially those towards the bottom of the ranking, won't be around when the charts refresh in about a week, but it doesn't matter how long they lasted when it comes to the history books, just that they all debuted on the Hot 100 for at least a single week.
These 20-something new songs Drake has just started helped up his career total to 154 Hot 100 entries this week, which puts him in first place among all solo acts.