Just when you thought Drake might have run out of space to add more records to his laundry list of career accolades and accomplishments, it looks like he's going to have to find some extra room. Following the chart performance of Lil Yachty's Drake and DaBaby-assisted single "Oprah's Bank Account," the Toronto rapper now holds the record for most entries ever on the Billboard Hot 100, standing alone with 208, per Billboard. The former holder of this record was the Glee cast with 207 entries.
And to think, Drake's first-ever song on the Billboard Hot 100 chart dates back to 2009 with "Best I Ever Had," which debuted at No. 92. A lot's changed since then.
It's worth noting that all 25 songs from Drake's last album Scorpion charted on the Hot 100, including "God's Plan," which spent 26 weeks in the top ten following its release (with 11 of those weeks at No. 1). His 2017 project, More Life, also had all 22 of its tracks reach the Hot 100 chart. That would be the catalyst that lifted Drake above his mentor Lil Wayne in Hot 100 entries. Billboard cites that is also what aided him in breaking the record for most songs charting simultaneously (24).
Aside from the cast of Glee, Drake also sits above Lil Wayne (168), Elvis Presley (109), Nicki Minaj (108), Kanye West (107), and JAY-Z (100) in terms of Hot 100 chart entries.