Oprahs Bank Account becomes Canadian rappers 208 th US Hot 100 smacked, beating the record set by the cast of Glee
Canadian rapper Drake now has more US chart touches than any other artist in record, valuing his 208 th Billboard Hot 100 enter this week.
The rapper broke the record, previously set by the cast of the TV substantiate Glee, with the track Oprah’s Bank Account by Lil Yachty and DaBaby, which he guests on. It contacted No 85 off the back of 10.5 m flows. He is also at No 3 in the chart with Life Is Good, a line with Future, and at No 46 on Chris Brown’s song No Guidance.
With a cross-generational, cross-demographic appeal thanks to a coalesce of rap, daddy and R& B, Drake has become the world’s top rapper. Spotify referred him the most streamed master of the last decade, with 28 bn world streams.
His first US chart enter was Best I Ever Had, which debuted at No 92 in May 2009, eventually rising to No 2. His 207 chart placements since ought to have bulked out by frequent guest recognises on tracks by artists including Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and Travis Scott, as well as his solo pops. He has tallied seven US No 1 singles, while all five members of his studio books and three of his mixtapes have reached No 1 on the US album chart.