Drake Matches The Beatles Record Of 14 Simultaneous Songs On Billboard Hot 100 | Music News
Drake’s new album If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, has seen him match The Beatles’ 1964 record of having fourteen songs on the US Billboard Top 100 Singles Chart. The artist now has 85 Hot 100 entries, which is the fifth highest of all time. His new album also previously broke streaming records on Spotify following its release. The LP was streamed 17.3 million times in its first three days, going on to break the all-time record for most streams of a release in its first week. Incidentally, the record was previously held by Drake himself, with previous album Nothing Was The Same being streamed 15.8 million times in its debut week.
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