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Posted December 5, 2012 by Campus Heat in News
 
 

NEWS: Drake Surpasses Jay-Z For Most Number 1 Singles on Billboard Charts

When his No Lie collaboration with 2 Chainz settled into the No. 1 spot, Drake set a new record with 10 No. 1 singles on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart.

Jay-Z previously held the record with 9 chart toppers. At age 25; Drizzy has a lot of time left to add more to his total.

Best I Ever Had,” “Forever,” “Over,“Fancy,” “Headlines,” and “The Motto” are amongst the YMCMB rappers No. 1 singles.

Below is a breakdown of the Top 4 Artists. It shows their No. 1’s as a solo artist and collaborations:

1. Drake [2009] – 10 (3 Lead, 7 Collaborations)

2. Jay-Z [1995] – 9 (4 Lead, 5 Collaborations)

3. Lil Wayne [1999] – 8 (3 Lead, 5 Collaborations)

4. Kanye West [2003] – 6 (3 Lead, 3 Collaborations)

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