Drake holds down the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for a third week in a row with his single, "In My Feelings." While it isn't shocking in the least -- especially with the success of "Nice For What" and "God's Plan" -- "In My Feelings" has now helped Drake pass Rihanna for the most weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 this decade.

Drake is still holding the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 this week with "In My Feelings." The rapper has now clocked in a total of 42 career weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 which has helped him break his tie with Rihanna for the most amount of weeks at the top of the chart this decade. Additionally, Drake beats out Usher for most weeks for the most weeks at number one for a solo male artist in any decade.

"In My Feelings" is yet to reach the same type of chart success of "God's Plan" or "One Dance" but it looks like it could be one of the biggest singles in his career if it keeps going at the same pace. By the time the song charted atop the Billboard Hot 100 on its second week, it broke the all-time single week U.S. streaming record. Much of the song's success is due to the viral #DoTheShiggy dance challenge that has spawned warnings from the Transportation Safety Board.

[Via Billboard]