That Drake reign simply will not let up.
The superstar rapper, who dominated the Hot 100 for 11 consecutive weeks with his hit, ‘God’s Plan,’ before replacing himself at the top of the tally with his latest hit, ‘Nice For What’ (click here to read more on that), is now on the receiving end of more good news thanks to ‘What’s continued rule over the chart.
Drake has now spent 33 cumulative weeks at No. 1 on the Hot 100, dating to his first week on top as featured on Rihanna‘s one-week No. 1 “What’s My Name?” (Nov. 20, 2010), the first of his five No. 1s.
Drake followed with a nine-week domination as featured on Rihanna’s “Work,” in 2016, and his first two No. 1s as a lead: “One Dance” (featuring WizKid and Kyla; 10 weeks, 2016) and “God’s Plan” (11 weeks, 2018).
With his latest and 33rd frame in the lead, Drake passes Bruno Mars (32) for the most weeks at No. 1 on the Hot 100 among solo males in the 2010s. Among all acts, only Rihanna has totaled more weeks at the top spot this decade: 41. [source]
Congratulations are certainly due to Drizzy. See who joins him in the top 25 on this week’s ‘TGJ Chart Check: Hot 100’: