Drake's "In My Feelings" Hits No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100

Drake's "Summer Games" somehow still isn't the No. 1 song in the country. Instead, that honor now goes to "In My Feelings" thanks to a Will Smith-won dance challenge and some intense lyrical dissection.

For some reason, Drake's "Summer Games" still isn't No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Instead, Drake has now dethroned his own "Nice for What" by landing Scorpion single "In My Feelings" on the top spot in the latest chart update. The City Girls-featuring Side B cut has received one hell of a boost from both the resulting dance challenge, inarguably won by Will Smith, and the track's seemingly super-personal lyrical content.

With his latest No. 1, Drake has of course hit a few notable milestones. Drake now joins The Beatles, Usher, and Justin Bieber as the only artists in chart history to replace their own songs in the top spot on two occasions. Speaking of Bieber, Scorpion now stands as the first album since Purpose to land a trio of Hot 100 No. 1 hits. "In My Feelings" is also his seventh No. 1 hit on the Streaming Songs chart. 


As you know by now, Drake mentions a "Kiki" (later referred to as "KB") in the track, asking if she loves him and if she's down to ride and never leave his side, etc. The most recent and believable explanation arrived last week viaGenius, whose "source close to the situation" alleged that the Kiki mentioned in the chorus is K'yanna Barber of Oakland, California. 

The two were spotted at throwback vibe-heavy dinner spot Delilah over the weekend, though that's really none of our damn business. Anyway, Delilah serves a mean veggie burger, so I wouldn't dissuade anyone from taking the Drake or Kiki in their life out for some Scorpion-ing of their own at the popular West Hollywood spot.

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