After a surprising 431-week run on one of many music trade’s most-watched charts, Drake’s eight-year consecutive reign on the Billboard Scorching 100 has lastly come to an finish. The Canadian rapper and R&B artist hopped on the chart again on Might 23, 2009, along with his first massive hit, “Greatest I Ever Had,” after which proceeded to remain there for principally your entire Obama administration, because of a mix of 157 totally different solo initiatives and collaborations, plus that relentless, Degrassi-bred hustle.
All good issues should come to an finish, although, and this week’s chart—dated August 26—exhibits that Drake’s newest charting tracks, “Passionfruit” and “Indicators,” had each fallen off the Scorching 100 finally. (No one inform The Evening King, please.) Nonetheless, Drake goes out because the unquestionable report holder for Scorching 100 endurance; his nearest competitors, Lil’ Wayne, is sitting at a mere 326 weeks, a full two years lower than the Extra Life star.
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