Drake Breaks Bruno Mars' Record for Most Weeks Atop Billboard Hot 100 This Decade

Drake does it again, breaking another charting record and replacing Bruno Mars for artist with the most chart topping singles of the decade.

Ever since Drake's steady comeback of recent singles, he's been dominating the charts. As his most recent hit "Nice For What" sits on top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart for the second week—replacing none other than his own previous single "God's Plan"—the superstar has now broken a new chart record.

Drake replaced Bruno Mars as the artist with the most weeks in the No. 1 slot on the Hot 100 this decade, HotNewHipHop confirms. With 33 weeks in the top slot, Drake can add this latest record to his list of recent accomplishment—further proving that Drake's only competition is himself.

With his new album Scorpion dropping in June, it's only a matter of time before Drizzy pulls off another total chart flex. If the lasting success of More Life is any indication, Scorpion will make way for its own roster of top songs on the charts. 


Now that he's surpassed Mars for the most weeks in the No. 1 position, for his next record he'll have to take on fellow Canadian superstar Justin Bieber, who's tied with the 6 God for having the most No. 1 songs on the Billboard Streaming chart. Whatever Drake puts out next has to be even stronger than "Nice For What" if he wants to take the crown from the Biebz as well.

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