Drake reclaims the Hot 100 top spot this week with his Wizkid and Kyla-assisted single, "One Dance." Drake has had a lot going on this past month, pulling a hugely successful double duty as Saturday Night Live's host and musical guest. On the show, he performed his No. 1 single "One Dance" and "Hype" off his recently released No. 1 album, Views, which is also the highest-selling album of 2016.
The wins keep coming in for Drake who also recently surpassed Justin Bieber to become Spotify's most-streamed artist of all time. He is reportedly celebrating his success in style and is currently plotting his dream home in Toronto, complete with a room designated for "important artifacts" and a "jersey museum."
Drake dethrones last week's No. 1, Justin Timberlake, who debuted at the top spot with his Trolls soundtrack single, "Can't Stop the Feeling." Timberlake falls to the No. 3 spot this week. Meanwhile, Desiigner's "Panda" gets a bump, moving up from the No. 3 spot to the No. 2 spot this week. "Panda" is still getting huge traction on the internet, thanks to a steady stream of infamous performances from Desiigner and a karaoke-themed visual featuring actual pandas.
Elsewhere on the chart, Fifth Harmony's single, "Work From Home," rises back to its peak position at the No. 5 spot, and earns the No. 1 spot for the group's first time ever on Billboard's Pop Songs chart, following an incredible performance at the Billboard Music Awards Sunday night. Rihanna's "Needed Me" holds firm at the No. 10 spot. You can check out the rest of this week's Hot 100 here.