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While Drake might be taking L's as far as beef goes, the rapper recently racked up his 26th Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 hit with "Yes Indeed", alongside Lil Baby, Billboard reports. This puts him ahead of Elvis Presley for the most Top 10 hits for a solo male artist, behind only Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, and Elton John who have 29, 28 and 27, respectively. This also serves as the first Top 10 hit for Lil Baby.

While 17 of the songs have the Toronto MC as the main artist including "God's Plan" and "Nice For What," which is currently No. 1 on the chart, the other nine have him as a featured artist. He still has a ways to go to catch up to pop icon Madonna, who sits at the top of the heap with 38 total trips to Billboard's Top 10.

While the achievement might be great news for Drake, it doesn't take away from his current stand-off with rapper Pusha-T. After he hit back at Pusha's "Infrared" verse with "Duppy Freestyle", the Virginia MC responded with "Story of Adidon", digging particularly deep into the 6 God's personal life to the point where his father Dennis Graham lashed out at talk show host Wendy Williams on Instagram for her comments about it.

Their issues go back farther than a lot of people realize, and who knows, more diss tracks from the rappers might be on the way. In the meantime, Drake can celebrate his chart-topping win and continue to work on his upcoming album Scorpion.