Drake Breaks Bruno Mars Record For Most Weeks At #1 On Hot 100 This Decade

Drake disappeared for the rest of 2017 after the arrival of More Life. Be that as it may, he returned more grounded than any time in recent memory at the highest point of the year with the arrival of “God’s Plan,” “Conciliatory Immunity” and “Look Alive” with Blocboy JB. From that point forward, the rapper has totally ruled the outlines and will probably keep doing as such with each discharge. The rapper right now holds the main two spots on the Billboard Hot 100 with “God’s Plan” sitting at number 2 after “Pleasant For What” took it’s driving spot. As the last keeps on holding the best spot, Drake now holds another record on the Billboard outlines.

Bruno Mars’ keep running as the male craftsman with the most weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 this decade has reached an end. Drake has now burned through 33 weeks at the highest point of the graphs this decade which breaks Bruno Mars’ extensive keep running as the main male craftsman. A decent piece of those weeks have a place with Drake’s current keep running since the highest point of the year. Moreover, his 2016 single, “One Dance” additionally held 10 weeks at the highest point of the diagram.

While he’s passed Mars on the Hot 100, he’s tied up with another Canadian artist on another diagram. As per Forbes, Drake has tied Justin Bieber for the most number one hits on the Billboard Streaming Songs diagrams.