Drake Broke The Record For Most Billboard Entries As A Solo Artist

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Say what you want about Drake and how you received his project More Life, it doesn’t matter. The Toronto-bred national treasure is still break domestic records far and wide…

His latest project, More Life has debuted at the number 1 spot on the Billboard 200 with 505k copies moved in the first week but that’s only part of the story. Drake has become the solo act with most Billboard Hot 100 entries (154), passing his Young Money boss Lil Wayne. Drizzy now has the highest number in the Hot 100’s 58-year history as a solo act and second overall, behind Glee Cast. Here is a count of the acts with the most Hot 100 entries all-time.

207, Glee Cast
154, Drake
135, Lil Wayne
108, Elvis Presley
91, James Brown
87, Jay Z
82, Chris Brown
81, Kanye West
77, Nicki Minaj
75, Ray Charles

But this isn’t the only thing he accomplished in the last week, with 384.8 million album streams Drake also broken the single-week record for the most charted Hot 100 entries at one time. In the last week, 24 of Drakes song were n the Billboard 200 at the same time. More wins. #MoreLife

No. 8, “Passionfruit” (debut)
No. 9, “Portland,” feat. Quavo and Travis Scott (debut)
No. 15, “Fake Love” (up from No. 31 in its 22nd week after reaching No. 8 in February)
No. 18, “Free Smoke” (debut)
No. 29, “Gyalchester” (debut)
No. 35, “Teenage Fever” (debut)
No. 36, “Sacrifices,” feat. 2 Chainz and Young Thug (debut)
No. 38, “Blem” (debut)
No. 40, “No Long Talk,” feat. Giggs (debut)
No. 45, “Get It Together,” feat. Jorja Smith and Black Coffee (debut)
No. 48, “KMT,” feat. Giggs (debut)
No. 49, “Jorja Interlude” (debut)
No. 50, “4422,” feat. Sampha (debut)
No. 51, “Madiba Ridim” (debut)
No. 54, “Glow,” feat. Kanye West (debut)
No. 58, “Both,” Gucci Mane feat. Drake (down from No. 51 in its 14th week after reaching No. 41 in January)
No. 60, “Do Not Disturb” (debut)
No. 61, “Nothings Into Something” (debut)
No. 62, “Ice Melts,” feat. Young Thug (debut)
No. 64, “Lose You” (debut)
No. 70, “Since Way Back,” feat. PARTYNEXTDOOR (debut)
No. 76, “Skepta Interlude” (debut)
No. 82, “Can’t Have Everything” (debut)
No. 84, “No Frauds,” Nicki Minaj, Drake & Lil Wayne (down from No. 14 in its second week)