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The Toronto King’s reign has finally fallen from the charts but that doesn’t mean rapper Drake hasn’t made a mark in music history.
Billboard is reporting that Drake’s record breaking streak stay on the Billboard Hot 100 chart has surprisingly wrapped up since his 2009 debut hit ‘Best I Ever Had.’
The 6 God has spent an impressive 430 weeks on the chart but with his More Life track ‘Passionfruit’ disappearing, after sitting in the 81st spot, and ‘Signs’ falling form the number 100 slot, Drizzy is still making waves on the Billboard 200 albums chart.
Drake has become the first artist ever to have spent eight straight years on the Hot 100 since May 23rd, 2009. Since then, he has appeared on every Hot 100 in either a lead or featured role.
Drake isn’t the only Young Money artist pulling in numbers like this, label mates Lil Wayne and Niki Minaj come in second and fourth, respectively, to their hip-hop friend.
Checkout the single that started it all below: