Since he entered the music industry, Drake has worked on huge project after mega project. Over the years, he has collaborated with many notable figures in the business, including Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne. With his most recent try, Drake achieved his 30th top-five hit, breaking The Beatles’ long-standing record.
Drake previously boasted, “I got more slaps than The Beatles,” on Meek Mill’s “Going Bad,” and he still does. The OVO CEO has broken another another record, long held by The Beatles, for the most top-five hits in the Hot 100’s history with the release of his thirty-first top-five single. Other artists might have been a little more thrilled to smash the previous record, but Drake handled it with class.
Drake, although having made history, is not easily intimidated. He posted another photo a few hours after the one in which he invited friends over for drinks. “Just another celebration,” was written on the dessert platter. He also used a shrug emoji to emphasize how routine record-breaking is for him.
Drake has a tattoo depicting himself in front of the four Beatles and has previously smashed one of their records. Seven of his tunes from his 2018 album Scorpion charted in the Top 10 at the same time, shattering a previous record. He broke The Beatles’ 1964 record of five hit singles. Furthermore, the project broke streaming records by becoming the first album to reach one billion streams in a single week. Look at the post below.