Whatever emotions followers could have about Drake‘s newest period, his Scorpion LP is certainly a monstrous hit. The pop rap juggernaut’s newest album hit shops in late June, and by the top of the summer time made the him the primary artist ever to cross over the 50 billion international streams threshold. Bolstered by honest-to-god inescapable singles like “God’s Plan” and “Nice For What,” the smashed the season and racked up information and streams alongside the best way. Now nearly three months after the its launch, Drake’s newest album has netted him one other astonishing benchmark.
By extending their keep on Billboard‘s Hot 100 to 29 weeks, Scorpion’s singles (“God’s Plan,” “Nice For What,” and “In My Feelings”) have damaged an all-time report set beforehand by The Black Eyed Peas and Usher. Anyone who tore up center and highschool dance flooring to Usher’s Confessions and The Black Eyed Peas The E.N.D. can respect the magnitude of Drake’s newest chart report, breaking the earlier tie of 28 weeks. The rapper’s new milestone is a feat that would final for years – or no less than till the following Drake double album drops.