Drake Breaks Jay Z’s Billboard Record

August 14, 2012

Canadian born hip-hop/R&B singer, Drake, holds the number one spot on the Billboard charts for most number one songs on the Hip-Hop/R&B charts.

I wonder what Jay Z’s thoughts are about this as he is right behind Drake on the charts, with nine songs.  “No Lie” by 2 Chainz featuring Drake is the song that finally lead Drake onto the number one spot, which made it his tenth song on the chart.

Drake proudly holds the number one spot, but coming up close right behind him is Jay Z, Lil Wayne, Kanye West, Ludacris, 50 Cent, and Nelly. Taking him only three years to do so, Drake will definitely do as much as he can to keep the number one spot for as long as possible. “Best I Ever Had” was Drake’s very first single to make its way to the charts. With ten songs on there, nothing is stopping the Toronto native now because holding a record is definitely motivational.

Jay Z, who holds the number two spot, made the Billboard charts for the first time in 1995. His number one spot was awarded to him after featuring on Mariah Carey’s “Heartbreaker” in 1995.

Lil Wayne is right behind Jay Z with eight singles, Kanye with six, and 50 Cent, Nelly and Ludacris ties it up with four.

Congratulations Drake!

2 Chainz ft. Drake – No Lie:

-Nicole C.

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