Drake Shatters Major Record Previously Held By The Beatles

Canadian rapper Drake. Photo by Canadian Press/REX/Shutterstock (9048876h)

It’s Drake’s world and we’re just living in it… Even The Beatles felt the sting of a Scorpion, as the Canadian rapper broke their record for the most top 10 hits in a year with his latest album.

The Beatles set the record in 1964 when they released 11 chart-topping singles including “Can’t Buy Me Love” and “A Hard Day’s Night.” Half a century later, they finally found their match in Drake, who’s beaten them by dropping 12 top 10 hits in a single year!

Music experts could tell it’s going to be Drake’s year all the way in January when he dropped a colossal hit God’s Plan. The video was a viral sensation and it showed three-time Grammy winner donating $175.000 to random Miami residents.

It seemed Drake would never be able to replicate the success of God’s Plan, but he still had to try. He gave us a couple of more smash hits, including In My Feelings, which kicked off the infamous Kiki challenge. The 12th single that reached Billboard’s Top 10 and helped him break another epic record was MIA by Bad Bunny.