Drake's "In My Feelings" has officially hit the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 for a 10th week, marking a new record to add to history books as it makes his Scorpion album the only project to have its singles spend a record of 29 cumulative weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

The breakdown is as follows: "God's Plan," which spent 11 weeks in the penthouse suite, "Nice For What" which enjoyed an eight-week-long run at No. 1, and "Feelings," which again, " now marks 10 weeks.

With his new accomplishment, Drake surpasses Usher's Confessions and The Black Eyed Peas' The E.N.D. which both tied for the previous record with their singles clocking in at 28 weeks. 

In Usher's case it was the Lil Jon and Ludacris-assisted "Yeah!," which spent 12 weeks at No. 1, "Burn," which hit eight, the Alicia Keys duet "My Boo," which enjoyed six weeks, and finally "Confessions Part II," which finished with two weeks, all in 2004.

The Black Eyed Peas earned their distinction with E.N.D.'s "I Gotta Feeling" at 14 weeks, "Boom Boom Pow" at 12 and "Imma Be" at two in 2009-2010.

The only other artists with albums to log songs for at least 20 weeks on the chart are Mariah Carey, Monica, Santana, and Boyz II Men:

29 weeks, Scorpion, Drake, 2018:

"God's Plan" (11 weeks)
"Nice for What" (eight)
"In My Feelings" (10 to date)

28 weeks, The E.N.D., The Black Eyed Peas, 2009-10:

"Boom Boom Pow" (12 weeks)
"I Gotta Feeling" (14 weeks)
"Imma Be" (two weeks)

28 weeks, Confessions, Usher, 2004:

"Yeah!," featuring Lil Jon & Ludacris (12 weeks)
"Burn" (eight)
"Confessions Part II" (two)
"My Boo," with Alicia Keys (six)

26 weeks, Daydream, Mariah Carey, 1995-96:

"Fantasy" (eight)
"One Sweet Day," with Boyz II Men (16)
"Always Be My Baby" (two)

 

22 weeks, Supernatural, Santana, 1999-2000

"Smooth," featuring Rob Thomas (12 weeks)
"Maria Maria," featuring The Product G&B (10)

22 weeks, The Boy Is Mine, Monica, 1998-99:

"The Boy Is Mine," with Brandy (13 weeks)
"The First Night" (five)
"Angel of Mine" (four)

20 weeks, II, Boyz II Men, 1994:

"I'll Make Love to You" (14 weeks)
"On Bended Knee" (six)