When will your fave?
Following the rapper is a circle of close collaborators/industry peers, including Lil Wayne (326 straight weeks), Rihanna (216) and Nicki Minaj (207). They remain the only four artists with 200+ consecutive weeks of charting on the weekly Billboard list. If Drake's plans with Jennifer Lopez stay on track, it sounds like that spree will most definitely continue as the pop star recently revealed their collaboration is set to be part of his next album, More Life.
Over the weekend, the OVO boss took to Amsterdam and surprised fans when he popped up at Rae Sremmurd's concert to show them some love with performances of "Fake Love" and "Jumpman."
Numbers don’t lie.If you needed any further evidence that prove Drake basically rules the industry, then you might want to take a look at his latest chart achievement because it’s quite impressive. Over the weekend, Chart Data, an outlet that reports music news via Twitter, revealed that Drizzy Drake has reportedly spent a whopping 400 consecutive weeks on the Billboard Hot 100. Let that figure sink in for just a moment. FYI: "Best I Ever Had" was the MC's first top 10 hit back in 2009.
Drake has now spent 400 consecutive weeks charting on the Hot 100.— chart data (@chartdata) January 22, 2017
The only other artists with 200+ consecutive weeks charting on the Hot 100: Lil Wayne (326), Rihanna (216) and Nicki Minaj (207).— chart data (@chartdata) January 22, 2017