EntertainmentDrake Ties With The Beatles For Second Most Top 10 Billboard Hot 100 Songs

11:05  18 june  2019
11:05  18 june  2019 Source:   etcanada.com

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Drake Ties With The Beatles For Second Most Top 10 Billboard Hot 100 Songs John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports

It took The Beatles just under 32 years to get 34 songs in the top 10 on the Billboard charts, but Drake has just tied them.

Chris Brown's song "No Guidance" featuring Drake has debuted at No. 9 which makes it the Canadian's rapper's 34th top 10 song. The Beatles and Drake now both hold the number two spot with Madonna leading at 38 tracks.

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Unlike the 31 years and 11 months it took The Beatles and the 16 years and 7 months for Madonna to reach this record, Drake has managed to pull this off in under 10 years reports Complex.

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Although it is worth noting that The Beatles did reach 32 hits in six years and four months before breaking up. It then took another 24 years to add the final two hits.

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This isn't Drake's only Billboard record, he has 96 top 40 Hot 100 hit tracks, a safe lead on Lil Wayne and Elvis who sit at 81 each.

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