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Drake scores his 208th Billboard Hot 100 entry this week with his latest entry onto the charts for a world record with Oprah’s Bank Account
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He is the biggest cross-generational, cross-demographic artist to hit the charts. An appeal thanks to his early work under the Young Money imprint. Utilizing a blend of rap, pop, and R&B, Drake is officially the world’s top rapper. Spotify and Billboard charts have granted him the accolades to add to his career as the most-streamed artist with 28bn global streams. The accomplishment sets him apart from many within the industry thanks to his feature on Lil Yachty’s recent single release of Oprah’s Bank Account also featuring DaBaby both as a guest artist.
Drake’s initial entry of ‘Best I Ever Had’, which debuted at No 92 in May 2009 was his first US charting record. He has scored seven US No 1 singles, while all five of his studio albums and three of his mixtapes have reached No 1 on the US album chart.
By now we should all be aware that the Canadian rapper has shown no signs of slowing down and also the possibility of running about 1 to 3 albums before he calls it quits and take up a business strategy on a larger scale. Huge congrats to him and the OVO / Young Money team on the accomplish that was worth every ups and down we’re witnessed.
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