Two weeks a go, Drake came through with two new songs as part of his Scary Hours EP. The EP has since made a major mark by shattering records on the charts and on digital streaming platforms with "God's Plan" as well as "Diplomatic Immunity. It helped him surpass Lil Wayne and Jay-Z as the rapper to have the most number of top 10's on the Billboard Hot 100. "God's Plan" debuted at number one on the charts, as expected, while "Diplomatic Immunity" hit number 7. With both of those now in the top 10, he now shares something in common with the Beatles.

Drake new songs "God's Plan" and "Diplomatic Immunity" has helped him chart as the only other artist other than the Beatles to chart 20 or more top 10 singles within a decade on the Billboard Hot 100, Billboard reports. The rapper first made his appearance in the top 10 this decade with Thank Me Later single "Find Your Love" which peaked at number five. A few months later, he reached his first number one single as a featured artist with Rihanna's "What's My Name?" However, he only made his way to the number one spot as the leading artist with 2016's "One Dance," which maintained its position on the chart for 10 weeks. 

While Drake now has 20 top 10's under his belt from his decade, he needs another 10 more within the next 2 years to reach Beatles status. The famed group hit 30 top 10's within the 60's. The only other person to come as close to Drake and The Beatles is Mariah Carey in the 90s with 19.

Peep Drake's chronological list of top 10's since 2010.
1. "Find Your Love," No. 5, July 3, 2010
2. "Right Above It," Lil Wayne feat. Drake, Sept. 4, 2010
3. "What's My Name?," Rihanna featuring Drake, No. 1 (one week), Nov. 20, 2010
4. "I'm on One," DJ Khaled feat. Drake, Rick Ross & Lil Wayne (No. 10), June 11, 2011
5. "She Will," Lil Wayne feat. Drake, Sept. 3, 2011
6. "Make Me Proud," feat. Nicki Minaj, No. 9, Nov. 5, 2011
7. "Take Care," feat. Rihanna, No. 7, March 24, 2012
8. "F**kin' Problems," A$AP Rocky feat. Drake, 2 Chainz & Kendrick Lamar, No. 8, Feb. 16, 2013
9. "Love Me," Lil Wayne feat. Drake & Future, No. 9, March 23, 2013
10. "Started From the Bottom," No. 6, March 9, 2013
11. "Hold On, We're Going Home," feat. Majid Jordan, No. 4, Oct. 12, 2013
12. "Hotline Bling," No. 2, Oct. 24, 2015
13. "Work," Rihanna feat. Drake, No. 1 (nine weeks), March 5, 2016
14. "Summer Sixteen," No. 6, March 20, 2016
15. "One Dance," feat. WizKid & Kyla, No. 1 (10 weeks), May 21, 2016
16. "Fake Love," No. 8, Feb. 18, 2017
17. "Passionfruit," No. 8, April 8, 2017
18. "Portland," feat. Quavo & Travis Scott, No. 9, April 8, 2017
19. "God's Plan," No. 1 (one week to date), Feb. 3, 2018
20. "Diplomatic Immunity," No. 7 to date, Feb. 3, 2018