Drake broke the beatels' 55 year old billboard hot 100 record
Aubrey ''Drake' Graham is again celebrating another milestone in his career which he recently achieved after breaking the record of The Beatles.
Because of his new DJ Khaled collab "Staying Alive," which appeared at No. 5 on the current week's Billboard Hot 100, Drizzy has now had 30 top five singles on the chart to his name.
Drake outperformed The Beatles' record of 29 that stood up for 55 years. Per Billboard, the OVO head presently has 100 top 20 entries on the Hot 100, more than any other artist in the 64-year history.
“Ok I broke my records for the month now me and @stake need you to do your thing Bitcoin,” he wrote alongside a laughing face emoji.
The subtitle was joined by a video of Drake winning $5.13 million in a virtual roulette game, trailed by a Bitcoin tracker showing $24,000 procured.
Drizzy followed that up by posting an image of him at an extravagant supper complete with an unfilled plate with the words, "Just Another Celebration," trailed by a shrugging emoji.
"Ok I broke my records for the month now me and @stake need you to do your thing Bitcoin 😂"
Drake has made many Billboard record before this also. In 2021, he turned into the first artist to make a big appearance on the Billboard 200 and Billboard Hot 100 with Certified Lover Boy and its single "Way 2 Sexy at the same time."