Drake has surpassed Lil Wayne for the most songs to chart on the Hot 100, as all 22 tracks from More Life reach the list.

According to Billboard, that brings Drizzy’s tally to 154 songs. This is the most songs by any solo artist to chart on the Hot 100. Only the cast of Glee has more appearances on the list, with 207. Weezy F. Baby previously held the title with 135 songs. He passed Elvis Presley in 2012 for the crown when he notched his 109th entry with an appearance on The Game’s “Celebration.”

Drake also makes chart history with a total of 24 songs on the Hot 100 at the same time, the most by an artist at one time ever. Besides More Life cuts including “Passionfruit,” “Portland” with Quavo and Travis Scott and the single “Fake Love,” Gucci Mane’s “Both” and Nicki Minaj’s “No Frauds” also landed on the chart. This breaks his own record from last year when he had 20 songs chart the week that VIEWS dropped and debuted at the top of the Billboard 200. More Life follows in VIEWS’ footsteps and also notches the #1 position on the Billboard 200 in its first week.

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Nicki Minaj just took the crown for female artist with the most Hot 100 hits when “No Frauds” debuted on the charts along with “Regret in your Tears” and “Changed It” as her #3PackFromParis. The Queen Barbie passed Aretha Franklin with a total of 76 songs.

Check out all of Drake’s charting songs and their Hot 100 placements below.

No. 8 “Passionfruit”
No. 9 “Portland,” f. Quavo and Travis Scott
No. 15 “Fake Love”
No. 18 “Free Smoke”
No. 29 “Gyalchester”
No. 35 “Teenage Fever”
No. 36 “Sacrifices,” f. 2 Chainz and Young Thug
No. 38 “Blem”
No. 40 “No Long Talk,” f. Giggs
No. 45 “Get It Together,” f. Jorja Smith and Black Coffee
No. 48 “KMT,” f. Giggs
No. 49 “Jorja Interlude”
No. 50 “4422,” f. Sampha
No. 51 “Madiba Ridim”
No. 54 “Glow,” f. Kanye West
No. 58 “Both,” Gucci Mane f. Drake
No. 60 “Do Not Disturb”
No. 61 “Nothings Into Something”
No. 62 “Ice Melts,” f. Young Thug
No. 64 “Lose You” (debut)
No. 70 “Since Way Back,” f. PARTYNEXTDOOR
No. 76 “Skepta Interlude”
No. 82 “Can’t Have Everything”
No. 84 “No Frauds,” Nicki Minaj, Drake & Lil Wayne