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Drake Scores a Record Breaking 9 of Top 10 on Billboard Hot 100

When the streaming stats for Certified Lover Boy were emerging, we all knew that Drake going to score multiple songs in top 10 of Billboard hot 100. But we didn’t expect that he will own the entire top 10 except one.

Drake has become the first artist ever in Billboard chart history to claim as many as nine of the top 10 positions in a single week. The Canadian superstar has the entire top five to himself, a feat previously achieved only by The Beatles for a week in 1964.

The lead single ‘Way 2 Sexy‘ featuring Future and Young Thug launches at No. 1 on the Hot 100, as expected. The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber’s ‘Stay’ is the only song not his on rest of the top 10 with all 21 songs from the album debuting on the Hot 100. Billboard breaks it down the details below.

Certified Lover Boy debuted at the number 1 spot of Billboard 200 this week with total sales of 613k.

Drake’s Billboard Hot 100 Top 10:

No. 1, “Way 2 Sexy,” feat. Future & Young Thug (67.3 million streams, 7.7 million in airplay audience, 7,000 sold)
The song’s streaming sum marks the second-best in a single week in 2021, trailing only the opening frame of Olivia Rodrigo’s “Drivers License” (76.1 million, Jan. 23); “Sexy” is also being promoted as a radio single to pop, rhythmic and R&B/hip-hop formats.
No. 2, “Girls Want Girls,” feat. Lil Baby (57.4 million streams, 1.5 million in airplay audience, 3,000 sold)
No. 3, “Fair Trade,” feat. Travis Scott (53.8 million streams, 2.4 million in airplay audience, 5,800 sold)
No. 4, “Champagne Poetry” (48.3 million streams, 297,000 in airplay audience, 1,900 sold)
No. 5, “Knife Talk,” feat. 21 Savage & Project Pat (45.9 million streams, 141,000 in airplay audience, 3,300 sold)
No. 7, “In the Bible,” feat. Lil Durk & Giveon (41.4 million streams, 489,000 in airplay audience, 800 sold)
No. 8, “Papi’s Home” (39.9 million streams, 663,000 in airplay audience, 1,800 sold)
No. 9, “TSU” (39.8 million streams, 1.2 million in airplay audience, 1,500 sold)
No. 10, “Love All,” feat. JAY-Z (39.1 million streams, 2.5 million in airplay audience, 3,200 sold)

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