Drake Takes Back the No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 Spot From Childish Gambino

Might as well call it the Drake Hot 100 at this point.

Drake, who might as well just build a whole damn house atop the Billboard Hot 100, has once again returned to the No. 1 spot.

Falling to second place in the latest Billboard Hot 100 update is Childish Gambino's ubiquitous "This Is America," which recently topped 200 million views on YouTube. Drake's "Nice for What," which has already spent a month at No. 1 prior to Gambino's takeover, has again taken the reins.

And that's the only Drake-related track on this week's Hot 100!

Jokes aside, Drake's Lil Baby collab "Yes Indeed" has jumped from No. 49 to No. 6. "God's Plan," of course, is still holding strong at No. 3 above hits from Post Malone and Zedd x Maren Morris x Grey. With this week's tally, Drake has now bagged his 26th appearance in the top 10 of the Hot 100.

With Drake presently embroiled in a revived public feud with Pusha-T, everyone nose these Billboard feats will likely continue as we approach Scorpion season. Though we don't have an exact release date just yet, Drake's More Life follow-up is due at some point in June, i.e. the same month Pusha's fellow "Duppy Freestyle" subject Kanye West is set to release multiple new G.O.O.D. projects.

Speaking on the "Duppy" lyrical content, Pusha's brother No Malice said he believes the feud "makes for good hip-hop" and marks "an exciting moment" in music. Amazingly, DAYTONA vs. Scorpion has already resulted in the 6 God sending G.O.O.D./Def Jam an invoice for "career reviving."

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