Drake's "Nice For What" marks his 20th radio songs top 10.
Drake's had the Billboard charts on lock for the majority of the year so far. Following the release of 2017's More Life, he went quiet for the remainder of the year before coming in strong in 2018. "God's Plan" became one of the biggest songs to drop this year and debuted at number one before maintaining that spot for 11 weeks. He later dropped "Nice For What" which replaced "God's Plan" position on the charts. Now, the rapper has made another mark in the game as he's tied his mentor, Lil Wayne, in his latest Billboard accomplishment.
Drake's latest single, "Nice For What" has entered the top 10 on Billboard's all-genre Radio Songs chart. As it marks his 20th entry on the chart, he now ties Lil Wayne for the most Radio Songs top 10 for a solo male artist of all time. Now, he sits third for most overall top 10 singles. Mariah Carey sits at 2nd place with 23 top 10 singles while Rihanna leads the pack with 29.
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Aside from his accomplishments on the Radio Songs charts, the rapper's reign atop the Billboard Hot 100 came to an end this past week as Childish Gambino's new song, "This Is America" debuted at the top. Now, the rapper holds the second and third spot for "Nice For What" and "God's Plan" respectively.