Drake's "God's Plan" had one of the most impressive run on the charts since his single "One Dance." It's crazy that Drake's possibly the only rapper who could outdo Drake at this point, at least on a commercial level. "God's Plan" has been sitting at the top of the charts for 11 weeks straight at this point which beat his own record for longest-leading number one single on the Billboard Hot 100. Now, it seems as if the only competition that'll dethrone "God's Plan" on the charts this coming week is his most recent single, "Nice For What."

"God's Plan" reign at the top of the charts could potentially end this week, Billboard reports. However, the song that's looking like it could very well take it's position is Drake's latest single, "Nice For What." If this is to occur, it'll make Drake the first artist to replace himself with his own debut as "God's Plan" shot straight to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 upon it's release. The single is expected to hit over 50M in U.S. streams by it's first week and sell over 75K downloads.

If this ends up happening, Drake could land his fifth number one single on the charts and his third as a lead artist. Maybe we'll get to see it and if it happens, Drake will make history on the charts.