Drake Ties Beatles For Number Of Top 10 Songs
Drake has tied The Beatles as the act with the second-highest number of Top 10 songs in the 60-year history of the Billboard Hot 100.
The Canadian rap star has 34 thanks to “No Guidance,” his collaboration with Chris Brown, which debuted at No. 9 on the chart dated June 22.
It is his 12th Top 10 hit as a featured artist; his 19th release to debut in the Top 10; his 96th in the Top 40; and his 194th song to make the Hot 100.
Drake’s latest achievement comes almost exactly 10 years after his first Top 10 track, “Best I Ever Had.” It took Madonna, who leads with 38, 16 years to reach 34 and The Beatles nearly 32 years.
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