Posted by , May 9, 2016 at 09:52pm
With the release of "VIEWS," Drake now has a record-breaking 20 songs in this week's Billboard Hot 100.

VIEWS has been doing massive numbers. Yesterday, it was reported that the album made its debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, selling an equivalent of 1.04 million albums. That success extends to the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart as well, which was revealed today. Not only did he achieve his first-ever No. 1 single with "One Dance," taking the top spot from Desiigner's "Panda" -- Drake also had a part in 19 other songs that landed on this week's chart. Yup, that's a Billboard record, besting the 17 songs that Justin Bieber had placed in the Hot 100 for the week of Dec. 5. 

Here are all of the Drake songs that landed on the Hot 100 this week in descending order: 

No. 1, "One Dance," feat. WizKid & Kyla (up from No. 2)
No. 6, "Work," Rihanna feat. Drake (holds at No. 6)
No. 21, "Pop Style," feat. The Throne (up from No. 40)
No. 33, "Hype" (NEW)
No. 34, "Controlla" (NEW)
No. 38, "Grammys," feat. Future (NEW)
No. 40, "Still Here" (NEW)
No. 44, "U With Me?" (NEW)
No. 45, "9" (NEW)
No. 47, "With You," feat. PARTYNEXTDOOR (NEW)
No. 49, "Childs Play" (NEW)
No. 52, "Too Good," feat. Rihanna (NEW)
No. 53, "Feel No Ways" (NEW)
No. 54, "Weston Road Flows" (NEW)
No. 61, "Redemption" (NEW)
No. 68, "Keep the Family Close" (NEW)
No. 72, "Faithful," feat. Pimp C & dvsn (NEW)
No. 75, "Fire & Desire" (NEW)
No. 86, "Views" (NEW)
No. 89, "Summer Sixteen" (down from No. 73)

Every song on the album made the chart except "Summers Over Interlude," a sub-two-minute track that features singing from Majid Al Maskati and production from Maneesh. It's the only VIEWS song that Drake isn't credited on. His lowest-charting effort is the non-VIEWS track "Summer Sixteen," the single he released at the end of January that didn't make it onto the album. "One Dance" and "Pop Style" were both released on April 5. 

Drake is the lead artist on 19 of 20 songs that made the chart, the exception being "Work," the collab for Rihanna's Anti that already spent eight weeks at No 1 this year. 

Drake Has 20 Songs On The Billboard Hot 100 This Week

With the release of "VIEWS," Drake now has a record-breaking 20 songs in this week's Billboard Hot 100.


VIEWS has been doing massive numbers. Yesterday, it was reported that the album made its debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, selling an equivalent of 1.04 million albums. That success extends to the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart as well, which was revealed today. Not only did he achieve his first-ever No. 1 single with "One Dance," taking the top spot from Desiigner's "Panda" -- Drake also had a part in 19 other songs that landed on this week's chart. Yup, that's a Billboard record, besting the 17 songs that Justin Bieber had placed in the Hot 100 for the week of Dec. 5. 

Here are all of the Drake songs that landed on the Hot 100 this week in descending order: 

No. 1, "One Dance," feat. WizKid & Kyla (up from No. 2)
No. 6, "Work," Rihanna feat. Drake (holds at No. 6)
No. 21, "Pop Style," feat. The Throne (up from No. 40)
No. 33, "Hype" (NEW)
No. 34, "Controlla" (NEW)
No. 38, "Grammys," feat. Future (NEW)
No. 40, "Still Here" (NEW)
No. 44, "U With Me?" (NEW)
No. 45, "9" (NEW)
No. 47, "With You," feat. PARTYNEXTDOOR (NEW)
No. 49, "Childs Play" (NEW)
No. 52, "Too Good," feat. Rihanna (NEW)
No. 53, "Feel No Ways" (NEW)
No. 54, "Weston Road Flows" (NEW)
No. 61, "Redemption" (NEW)
No. 68, "Keep the Family Close" (NEW)
No. 72, "Faithful," feat. Pimp C & dvsn (NEW)
No. 75, "Fire & Desire" (NEW)
No. 86, "Views" (NEW)
No. 89, "Summer Sixteen" (down from No. 73)

Every song on the album made the chart except "Summers Over Interlude," a sub-two-minute track that features singing from Majid Al Maskati and production from Maneesh. It's the only VIEWS song that Drake isn't credited on. His lowest-charting effort is the non-VIEWS track "Summer Sixteen," the single he released at the end of January that didn't make it onto the album. "One Dance" and "Pop Style" were both released on April 5. 

Drake is the lead artist on 19 of 20 songs that made the chart, the exception being "Work," the collab for Rihanna's Anti that already spent eight weeks at No 1 this year. 

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