Drake hit the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart for the 132nd time today, thanks to "Both," his team-up with Gucci Mane from The Return of East Atlanta Santa, which debuted at No. 41 this week. As Billboard notes, the figure now leaves him tied with his onetime Young Money mentor, Lil Wayne for the most appearances ever on the chart by a solo artist.
Both Wayne and Drizzy have long since passed Elvis Presley's 108 appearances on the chart, now third best among solo artists. The cast of Glee holds the record for an ensemble or group, and the overall record, with 207 entries.
Blllboard also notes that both Wayne and Drake owe a sizable chunk of their chart appearances to collaborative efforts. Drake is credited as the "lead act" on 82 songs and features on the other 50. Meanwhile, Wayne's chart history is basically the inverse, with 47 charting songs as lead act and 85 features.