Drake's "In My Feelings" is a top contender for song of the summer. Shortly after the release of his album Scorpion, the song became an immediate highlight. Much of that has to do with the viral #DoTheShiggy challenge that took over the internet in recent times. The accompanying viral dance helped the song replace "Nice For What" on the Billboard Hot 100 last week for the number one spot. This week, it holds onto the position after breaking the record for all-time U.S. single week streaming records.

Drake "In My Feelings" is number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for a second week in a row after breaking the record for the most U.S. single week streams. "In My Feelings" now smashes the record that was previously help by Baauer for his 2013 song "Harlem Shake." "In My Feelings" garnered 116.2 million streams. In addition, Drake now ties Rihanna for the most weeks spent at the top of the chart this decade. Drake's Scorpion also logs in the top spot on the Billboard 200 for a third week in a row which isn't all that surprising. 

Since the release of his latest project, Drake's broke several records, especially in the streaming world. The rapper became the first artist in the history of Apple Music to ever reach 10 billion streams on a project. In addition, Drake also broke The Beatles' record after claiming seven positions on the Billboard Hot 100.

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