From a charts standpoint, no one has had a better year than Drake. Setting and smashing new records almost every week, the 6 God has laid waste to 2018. This week sees him surpassing a particularly big milestone, as Billboard reports Drizzy has now garnered his 12th Top 10 song on the Billboard Hot 100 this year.

Bad Bunny's Drake-featuring single "MIA" debuted at No. 5 on the Hot 100, which means that Aubrey's overtaken the Beatles' record for the most Top 10 songs in a single calendar year. It's still possible for him to outdo that record if he keeps releasing new material in the year's final 10 weeks, and judging from how prolific he's been it seems likely.

With 32 Top 10 songs throughout his career, Drake is on his way to becoming the artist with the most of all-time. The Beatles sit ahead of him at No. 2 with 34; Madonna is No. 1 with 38 Top 10 songs in her career. 

Elsewhere on the chart, Kodak Black's surprise hit "Zeze" featuring Travis Scott and Offset has debuted at the No. 2 spot, giving Kodak his highest-charting song since "Tunnel Vision" peaked at No. 6 in 2017. 

Maroon 5's Cardi B-featuring "Girls Like You" maintains its No. 1 spot on the chart for the fifth week running.