Drake adds another number one to his staggering resume. "Hold On, We're Going Home" has gone from two to one on Billboard's R&B/hip-hop airplay charts. This marks the fourth Drake song to top these charts, joining "The Motto," "Make Me Proud," and "Best I Ever Had." Including the songs he had a guest appearance on, Drake now has eleven songs that have peaked at the top of the R&B/hip-hop charts. Last year, Drake surpassed Jay Z to hold the record for having the most number ones; Jay currently has nine, with "Holy Grail" narrowly missing number one earlier this summer.

Is another number one on the horizon for the Toronto native? Making its debut on the charts at 47 is PARTYNEXTDOOR's "Over Here," which has a guest appearance from Drake. With a video on the way and the mysterious Black October on the horizon, OVO Sound's first signee could generate enough momentum to bring his label boss yet another number one hit.

[via Billboard]

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