Drake's might just score himself another No. 1.
Drake season has been a great way to kick of 2018 in earnest for most hip-hop fans. The Canadian rapper and overall music icon dropped a two-track EP last week, featuring "Diplomatic Immunity" and the fire new single "God's Plan." Fresh off breaking the single-day streaming records for both Spotify and Apple Music, Drizzy now has his sights set on yet another Billboard No. 1 on the Hot 100.
Billboard is reporting that "God's Plan" could very well enter the chart all the way at the top next week, or at least that's what the numbers are predicting right now. Preliminary data shows that "God's Plan" could rake in as many as 55 million U.S. streams alone, easily enough to bag the top spot on the Streaming Songs chart. It is forecasted to sell more than 110,000 downloads, making it the king of the Digital Song Sales chart too. It's only scratching the surface of its radio potential as well and could draw over 20 million in radio audience in the week that matters for tracking purposes. You can stream the track via Spotify below.
Drake is seeking his fourth Hot 100 No. 1 overall and his second as a lead artist. His first-ever chart-topping single was his featured appearance on Rihanna's "What's My Name?," which went to No.1 in 2010, and then as featured on her "Work" single as well, which began a nine-week run in the top spot on March 5, 2016. "One Dance," arguably his signature song, was at No. 1 for 10 weeks beginning May 21, 2016.
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