Drake has landed his one hundredth song on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, the publication reports.
Eight songs featuring the rapper-singer debut on the current Billboard Hot 100 chart, which is dated October 10. Each of these cuts appear on What a Time to Be Alive, his collaborative project with Future that was released September 20.
Drake has 13 songs on the Hot 100 this week. Drake and The Beatles hold the record for the most songs on the chart at one time with 14. The Beatles achieved the feat in 1964, while Drake matched them in March 2015 on the heels of his If Youre Reading This Its Too Late project.
The 2009 single “Best I Ever Had” was the first Drake song to appear on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Rihanna’s “What’s My Name?,” which features Drake, is the one Drake Billboard Hot 100 song that hit #1. Thirteen of Drake’s other songs have hit the Top 10, including “Hotline Bling,” the #4 song on the chart.
Drake is the fourth artist to have 100 songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The others are the Glee cast, which has had 207 songs on the chart; Lil Wayne, with 127; and Elvis Presley, who scored 108 entries.
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