Drake is the most popular artist in the world, but his reign over the Billboard charts for the past 7 years, 11 months and 25 days has truly been out-of-this-world remarkable.
Since May 23, 2009, the day his 3x Platinum single "Best I Ever Had" entered the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 92, Drake has spent 416 consecutive weeks (and counting) on the Billboard Hot 100.
During that time, Drake has charted 42 times as a lead artist, including ten top 10 records and one No. 1 ("One Dance"), and an additional 47 times as a featured artist, including seven top 10 records and two No. 1's ("What's My Name" and "Work").
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In total, the 6 Billboard God has charted an astounding 89 times over the past seven-plus years. As Drake continues to break streaming records on a seemingly month-to-month basis, it doesn't appear as though his consecutive weekly charting streak is in danger of ending anytime soon.