Drake Lands 100th Career Entry On The Hot 100

WATTBA helps the rapper crack another milestone.

September 28, 2015


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According to Billboard, eight new Drake songs debuted on the Hot 100 chart this week. Impressively, this means that the rapper has now placed 100 songs onto Billboard's premier chart during his career. (It also seems like Drake was prophetic singing the hook on the Game's "100:" All I ever asked is keep it eight more than 92 with me.) This number includes Drake's own tracks, as well as songs he's featured on.


The MC's new total leaves him in fourth place on the list of artists with the most Hot 100 hits of all time. First is the Glee cast with a whopping 207 entries. Next comes Lil Wayne, with 127, and then Elvis Presley, who has 108 to his name.

The new tracks are all from Drake's collaborative album with Future, What A Time To Be Alive. That album also landed at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in its first week on the charts. Revisit FADER's Drake cover story.

Drake Lands 100th Career Entry On The Hot 100