Hip-Hop Salutes Drake’s Insane Chart Achievement

The rap game is putting big respect on Drake’s name. Some of the biggest names in hip-hop have come forward to acknowledge Drizzy on dominating the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

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Hip-Hop Salutes Drake’s Insane Chart Flex

The 6 God went to his Instagram page with a snapshot of his presence on the chart – ultimately occupying the Top 3 spots. Drake’s “What’s Next,” “Wants And Needs” and “Lemon Pepper Freestyle” make up the top of the list.


In the comments section, the biggest names in the rap game have saluted Drizzy.

“The 1 the 2 AND THE 3!” -Swae Lee

“U different” -Big Sean

“Congrats @champagnepapi ?” -Rick Ross

“????” -YG

“❤️” -Pooh Shiesty

“3 Peat” -Fabolous

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Hip-Hop salutes Drake’s insane achievement.

Drake’s New EP Produces 2 Big Hits

Prior to the achievement, speculation initially grew on Drake owning at least two spots with “What’s Next” and “Wants and Needs” (featuring Lil Baby). Drizzy now becomes the first artist to ever debut two songs at No. 1 and No. 2 on the chart.

1. What’s Next

2. Wants and Needs ft. Lil Baby

3. Lemon Pepper Freestyle ft. Rick Ross

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Drake’s ‘What’s Next’ Video Sparks Memes

The 6 God does much more than get people dancing when he puts out new music. His “What’s Next” visual has ignited a slew of must-see and hilarious memes.

Tell me if there’s another page that puts out this typa content. Ima follow em!

40 Gets Fans Hyped For New 6 God Music

The time finally came for Drake fans. Ahead of the new music dropping, the Toronto rap boss’ OVO Sound producer 40 lit up social media with the perfect amount of hype to get Drizzy supporters amped. Drake himself took to his Instagram to let it be known he was releasing music. 40 joined in and also put up the cover art to what is his latest EP (and a sequel to his 2018 EP) Scary Hours 2.

“Friday ☠️”