If you’re judging based off the Billboard charts, nobody had a better year than Drake. Setting and crushing new records almost every week, the 6 God has laid waste to 2018. This week sees him outperforming an especially enormous breakthrough, as Billboard reports Drizzy has now earned his twelfth Top 10 song on the Billboard Hot 100 this year.
.@Drake surpasses The Beatles as the artist with the most Hot 100 top 10 hits in a single calendar year (12).
— chart data (@chartdata) October 22, 2018
Bad Bunny’s Drake-assisted single, “MIA” appeared at No. 5 on the Hot 100, which means that Aubrey’s surpassed the Beatles’ record for the most Top 10 song in a year. It’s possible for him to outdo the record if he just so happens to release new music before the year is up.
With 32 Top 10 songs all through his profession, Drake is on his way to becoming the artist with the most of all time. The Beatles sit in front of him at No. 2 with 34; Madonna is No. 1 with 38 Top 10 song in her career.
Somewhere else on the chart, Kodak Black’s surprise hit, “Zeze” featuring Travis Scott and Offset has appeared at the No. 2 spot, giving Kodak his highest charting song since “Tunnel Vision,” which peaked at No. 6 in 2017.
Maroon 5’s “Girls Like You” featuring Cardi B is sitting at the top spot for the fifth consecutive week.