Drake is officially bigger than Elvis!!
The Canadian rap superstar this week topped the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll for the most Top 10 tracks from a solo male in the 60-year history of the Billboard Hot 100.
“Yes Indeed,” his collaboration with Lil Baby, is No. 6 on the chart dated June 2 – giving Drake his 26th Top 10 entry.
The achievement makes Drake one of three living male artists with more than 25 singles on the Hot 100 – Elton John has 27 and Stevie Wonder has 28. It also puts Drake within striking distance of the late Michael Jackson, who achieved 29 Hot 100 hits.
His single “Nice for What” returns to the No. 1 spot this week, putting him one week away from tying Jackson as the male artist with the second-most total weeks on the chart’s top spot, with 37. Usher leads the way with 47 weeks at No. 1.