Drake Announces Michael Jackson Collaboration 'Don't Matter to Me' because the Next 'Scorpion' Single


The music follows three prime 5 hits from the set on the Radio Songs chart.

The 6 God and the King of Pop are headed to radio collectively.

Republic Records introduced on Oct. 2 that Drake's "Don't Matter to Me," that includes Michael Jackson, is the following radio single from Drake's album Scorpion. The label will start selling the observe to pop, grownup pop and rhythmic stations subsequent week.

So far, 4 cuts from Scorpion have hit Billboard's all-genre Radio Songs chart, with the primary three all reaching No. three peaks: "God's Plan" (March 17), "Nice for What" (June 30) and "In My Feelings" (Aug. 11). "Nonstop" holds at its No. 28 excessive on the newest, Oct. 6-dated chart, with 36.9 million viewers impressions, up four %, within the monitoring week ending Sept. 30, based on Nielsen Music.

On the Rhythmic Songs chart, "Plan," "Nice" and "Feelings" spent six, six and 4 weeks at No. 1, respectively (with "Nonstop" as much as No. 6 this week). On Pop Songs, the three tracks rose to Nos. four, 11 and 6, respectively. None of the three songs has reached the Adult Pop Songs chart.

Driven most closely by streaming throughout their chart-topping runs, "Plan," "Nice" and "Feelings" dominated the all-genre, streaming, airplay and sales-driven Billboard Hot 100 chart for 11, eight and 10 weeks, respectively, contributing to Drake's one-year-record 29 weeks at No. 1 in 2018.

"Nonstop" debuted at its No. 2 Hot 100 peak on July 14, the week that Scorpion blasted in at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. The similar week, "Matter" bowed at its No. 9 Hot 100 excessive, as Drake upped his depend to 31 prime 10s (with a document seven songs within the prime 10 concurrently) and Jackson notched his 30th prime 10, and second posthumously, following his 2009 loss of life; "Love Never Felt So Good," with Justin Timberlake, hit No. 9 in 2014.

"Matter" options beforehand unreleased vocals from Jackson, initially recorded in 1983.

Scorpion spent its first 5 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and has logged all 13 of its frames on the checklist within the prime 5. The set has offered 287,000 copies within the U.S. by Sept. 27, whereas its songs have drawn 5.1 billion on-demand audio and video streams.