Drake has made history by debuting nine songs in the top 10 of the Hot 100 chart, making him the first artist to do so in history.
Rounding out the top five is “Girls Want Girls” featuring Lil Baby, Fair Trade featuring Travis Scott, the album-opening “Champagne Poetry,” and the 21 Savage and Project Pat-assisted “Knife Talk.” Also in the top 10 is “In the Bible” featuring Lil Durk and Giveon, “Papi’s Home,” “TSU” and “Love All” featuring JAY-Z.
Certified Lover Boy will debut with the biggest opening for an album this year surpassing Donda in streams in just three days!
Is the War Over?
Earlier this year Drake had 150 different songs streamed over 100 million times across streaming platforms making him the first artist to achieve this in music history!
His most-streamed song, “One Dance,” leads the way with over 2.1 billion. “God’s Plan” comes in at number two with 1.7 billion streams, and “Passionfruit” clocks in just under one billion.
"I didn't write a grandiose speech about how to make it work or what it took, 'cause to be honest, I don't really understand it myself," Drake went on to admit. "I just know that I've spent an incalculable amount of hours trying to analyze all the things I did wrong, but tonight, for once, I'm sure as hell we did something right."
Drake is also the soundtrack for Monday Night Football!
Starting next week, Drake will music curate for the game, and will collaborate with ESPN to score 10 Monday Night Football games. The musical selections will be from his new album, along with classics and additional songs handpicked by Drake.
“Now we are here, the kickoff of the football season and who better to curate music for Monday Night Football than Drake who sits firmly at the intersection of music and sports?” Emeka Ofodile, VP sports marketing at ESPN, said in a statement. “We couldn’t be more excited for this upcoming collaboration. The music curator role has been a big hit with our fans with Diplo and DJ Khaled in previous years and this season, we will be living inside the moment with Drake as our NFL on ESPN soundtrack.”