Drake Aubrey Graham is having a field day on the Billboard charts.

Seven songs on his new Scorpion album are in the top 10 of the Hot 100 chart, a feat no other artiste has ever achieved.

Drake has surpassed the Beatles 1964 record of five songs in the top 10.

‘Nice for What’, ‘Nonstop’, ‘God’s Plan’, ‘In My Feelings,’, ‘I’m Upset’, ‘Emotionless’, and ‘Don’t Matter To Me’ are the Drake songs dominating the Hot 100 chart.

With 31 top ten songs, the OVO rapper has now surpassed Michael Jackson’s record.

His album is also number one on the Billboard 200 albums chart, with the record pulling the highest sales unit in 2018. Scorpion moved 723,000 units in the US alone in its first week of release.

Scorpion also broke Apple Music’s single-day streaming record, becoming the first album to surpass one billion streams in a single week.

Meanwhile, all the 25 tracks from the double album appear on the Billboard music chart.

Drake charts 27 songs overall on the Hot 100, breaking his own record for the most simultaneously charted titles.

The OVO rapper’s new album was released in the wake of a short-lived beef involving Pusha T.

The G.O.O.D Music president had revealed in a diss track that Drake had a child, claiming the Canadian rapper was hiding the baby.

Drake addressed the allegation on the Scorpion album, saying he was hiding the world from his child.

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