Everything Drake touches turns to gold, platinum or a hit on the Billboard charts. The multifaceted artist has once again made history on the charts as he replaced his own record for the most entries ever on the Billboard Hot 100.
Billboard reports the artist landed his 208th entry on the chart with his guest verse on Lil Yachty’s new single “Oprah’s Bank Account” which also features chart-topping rapper DaDaby. The rapper has superseded his own record and the record held by the cast of Glee who had a total of 207 entries.
Drake is in good company with other legends who have the most Hot 100 entries of all time. They include Jay- Z with 100, Aretha Franklin with 73, Ray Charles with 75 and his mentor Lil Wayne with 168. Drake first broke into the Hot 100 chart in 2009 with his hit single, “Best I Ever Had” when it debuted at No 92.
The rapper celebrated the feat on Instagram with gifs of himself, a bottle of champagne and the aptly treat, chips and dip
The rapper celebrated the feat on Instagram with gifs of himself, a bottle of champagne and the aptly treat, chips and dip.
Take look at some of our favorite Hot 100 hits from Drake below.