( 4UMF NEWS ) Drake Ties Billboard Records
With his highly anticipated sophomore LP, Take Care, set to hit shelves in a couple weeks on his birthday, October 24, Drake made “Headlines” this week as he ties Diddy’s Billboard record for most number one rap songs.
Since debuting on the charts with the 15-week No. 1 single “Best I Ever Had” in 2009, the Young Money star has appeared on 10 number one singles on Billboard’s Rap Songs chart. According to Billboard, Drizzy earned his 10th No. 1 record this week chart as his current single, “Headlines” rose from 2 to 1.
In the words of Fab, he’s still a lame dude…
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- Drake to perform on ‘Saturday Night Live’ on Oct. 15 (ctv.ca)
- Drake Promises Lots Of ‘Radio’ Records On Take Care (mtv.com)
- Drake to Release Sophmore Album Take Care on October 24th (shoppingblog.com)