Republic RecordsDrake is making history again: He’s broken The Beatles’ record for most Billboard Hot 100 top ten hits in a year.
Drizzy was tied with the Fab Four with 11 top ten hits. This week, he moves ahead of them with his twelfth top ten in 2018: He’s a featured artist on Bad Bunny’s “MIA,” which debuts at number five. The Beatles set their record in 1964.
The Canadian artist now has a career total of 32 top ten hits, the most of any male performer. Only Madonna with 38, and The Beatles with 34, have more.
The “In My Feelings” rapper performs many of those songs on his Aubrey and the Three Migos tour, which continues next weekend with three shows in Oakland, The tour wraps up November 17 in Atlanta.
Here’s a rundown of Drake’s 12 Hot 100 top 10 hits in 2018:
“God’s Plan” (number one for 11 weeks)
“Diplomatic Immunity” (number seven)
“Look Alive” by BlocBoy JB feat. Drake (number 5)
“Walk It Talk It” by Migos feat. Drake (number 10)
“Nice for What” (number one for eight weeks)
“Yes Indeed” by Lil Baby & Drake (number six)
“Nonstop” (number two)
“I’m Upset” (number seven)
“Emotionless” (number eight)
“Don’t Matter to Me” feat. Michael Jackson (number nine)
“In My Feelings” (number one for 10 weeks)
“MIA” by Bad Bunny feat. Drake (number five)
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