Posted by , Oct 4, 2014 at 08:52pm
Drake cored his 72nd Hot 100 entry with "Tuesday", giving him more placements on the chart than The Beatles.

Drake still may still be looking for a Hot 100 number one as a lead artist, but his sheer number of entries to the chart is nothing to scoff at. In fact, this week it saw him passing one of the biggest and most respected musical acts of all time. That's right, Drizzy now has more Hot 100 singles than The Beatles.

"Tuesday" the single from his most recent OVO signee, Makonnen, has entered the chart, and gave Drizzy (who's featured on the song) his 72nd Hot 100 placement. This puts him in the number 8 spot for most entries overall, behind Elvis, Lil Wayne, James Brown, Jay Z, Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, and of course Glee (which currently sits at number one with the seemingly unattainable 207 entries).

Drake doesn't seem to be losing any steam as a hitmaker, so chances are he'll be beefing up that number as he goes. 

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Drake Surpasses The Beatles' Number Of Billboard Hot 100 Singles

Drake cored his 72nd Hot 100 entry with "Tuesday", giving him more placements on the chart than The Beatles.


Drake still may still be looking for a Hot 100 number one as a lead artist, but his sheer number of entries to the chart is nothing to scoff at. In fact, this week it saw him passing one of the biggest and most respected musical acts of all time. That's right, Drizzy now has more Hot 100 singles than The Beatles.

"Tuesday" the single from his most recent OVO signee, Makonnen, has entered the chart, and gave Drizzy (who's featured on the song) his 72nd Hot 100 placement. This puts him in the number 8 spot for most entries overall, behind Elvis, Lil Wayne, James Brown, Jay Z, Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, and of course Glee (which currently sits at number one with the seemingly unattainable 207 entries).

Drake doesn't seem to be losing any steam as a hitmaker, so chances are he'll be beefing up that number as he goes. 

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