Drake has now tied the King of Pop as the male single artist with “the most No. 1 songs in the history of the Billboard Hot 100”.
Although his most recent album, “For All The Dogs,” has caused a lot of debate, it has also produced a number of hits, including the highly acclaimed song “First Person Shooter,” which he records with J. Cole. The song is now number one on the Billboard Hot 100, making it Drake’s thirteenth number one hit. So, in the chart’s 65-year run, only he and Michael Jackson have had this many No. 1s.
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Besides Drake’s success on the Hot 100, “For All The Dogs” also went straight to No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Drake’s eighth studio record has caused a lot of trouble. It was said that he talked badly about Rihanna and her boyfriend A$AP Rocky on “Another Late Night.” The album also caused a new fight with Joe Budden, a rapper who now hosts a show. Budden thought the album sounded too young. People who didn’t like Drake reacted, along with Birdman and his father Dennis. With all the drama that has been going on with this rollout, Drake has once again won.
Drake already has 13 Hot 100 No. 1s, so fans shouldn’t expect him to do any more after this year. The Canadian star has said that he will not be making songs for a while to take care of his health. He recently told his fans that he has had serious stomach problems for years that need all of his attention right now.
With so many career highs, the founder of OVO needs a break.