Drake returns to his natural habitat at the top of the Billboard charts.
Well, it was a nice change of pace for the past two weeks, when Drake was finally knocked off his throne on top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart by Childish Gambino's "This Is America." Before that, the only thing that could beat Drake was Drake, when he replaced "God's Plan" with "Nice For What" at the top of the charts.
Well now it appears that the fun times are over, and the reign of Drake will continue for the foreseeable future. According to Billboard, Childish Gambino couldn't keep his hold on the crown, as "Nice For What" moves back into the number one spot this week.
Gambino's viral hit now finds itself in the middle of a Drake sandwich at number two on the list, beating "God's Plan," which currently holds the number three spot. Post Malone & Ty Dolla $ign's "Psycho" is standing strong at number four.
In other charting news, several artists made their first top 10 appearance this week. One of which was Lil Baby, who's single "Yes Indeed" which features (guess who?) Drake, shoots up the rankings to number six after premiering at number 49 last week. Ella Mai's "Boo'ed Up" cracks the top ten, moving from number eleven to number eight. Finally K-Pop boy band BTS earned a top ten hit in America with "Fake Love" premiering at number 10, as well as securing a number one album as well.
It seems that Scorpion Season has truly arrived for Drake. If only there was a certain someone who could possibly knock him down a peg...