Drake has officially set the record for most number one singles (10 total) on Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop Chart. And it appears that he has 2 Chainz to thank as their collaboration, "No Lie," just hit topped the chart. With this news, Drizzy passes previous record holder, Jay-Z, who had nine chart-topping cuts.

Below is a breakdown of the top four artists in this realm. And just to note: the total number, like Drizzy's 10, for example, includes both his own tracks and those he appeared on as a guest.

1. Drake [2009] - 10 (3 Lead, 7 Collaborations) 
2. Jay-Z [1995] - 9 (4 Lead, 5 Collaborations)
3. Lil Wayne [1999] - 8 (3 Lead, 5 Collaborations)
4. Kanye West [2003] - 6 (3 Lead, 3 Collaborations)

[via ATRL]

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