Drake Scores 12th HipHopMagz Hot 100 Top 10 of 2018, Passing The Beatles for the Most in a Single Year


His featured activate Bad Bunny's "MIA" pushes him previous the Fab Four.

With assist from Bad Bunny, Drake hops over The Beatles for a Billboard Hot 100 chart report.

As beforehand reported, Bad Bunny's "MIA," that includes Drake, launches at No. 5 on the Hot 100 (dated Oct. 27). The tune marks Drake's 12th high 10 of 2018, lifting him over The Beatles for essentially the most high 10s by any act in a single yr: The Beatles banked 11 of their breakout yr, 1964.

Here is a recap of Drake's 12 Hot 100 high 10s in 2018 (by peak date):

Peak Pos., Title, Peak Date
No. 1 (11 weeks), "God's Plan," Feb. three
No. 7, "Diplomatic Immunity," Feb. three
No. 5, "Look Alive" (BlocBoy JB feat. Drake), March three
No. 10, "Walk It Talk It" (Migos feat. Drake), April 14
No. 1 (eight weeks), "Nice for What," April 21
No. 6, "Yes Indeed" (Lil Baby & Drake), June 2
No. 2, "Nonstop," July 14
No. 7, "I'm Upset," July 14
No. eight, "Emotionless," July 14
No. 9, "Don't Matter to Me" (Drake feat. Michael Jackson), July 14
No. 1 (10 weeks), "In My Feelings," July 21
No. 5 (up to now), "MIA," Bad Bunny feat. Drake, Oct. 27

And, here's a have a look at The Beatles' 11 Hot 100 high 10s in 1964:

The Beatles
Peak Pos., Title, Peak Date
No. 1 (seven weeks), "I Want to Hold Your Hand," Feb. 1
No. three, "Please Please Me," March 14
No. 1 (two weeks), "She Loves You," March 21
No. 1 (5 weeks), "Can't Buy Me Love," April four
No. 2, "Twist and Shout," April four
No. 2, "Do You Want to Know a Secret," May 9
No. 1 (one week), "Love Me Do," May 30
No. 10, "P.S. I Love You," June 6
No. 1 (two weeks), "A Hard Day's Night," Aug. 1
No. 1 (three weeks), "I Feel Fine," Dec. 26
No. four, "She's a Woman," Dec. 26

(For the report, neither act had any holdover high 10s from the prior yr, as all 12 of Drake's 2018 high 10s debuted this yr, simply as all 11 of The Beatles' 1964 high 10s debuted that yr.)

The feat makes one other single-year report for Drake, who, with a 29th week at No. 1 this yr, handed Usher for essentially the most time on high in any January-December span, courting to the Hot 100's Aug. four, 1958, inception.

Not that The Beatles relinquish all information from the yr of Beatlemania: Their six No. 1s in 1964 stay a single-year finest, as do their 10 high 5 hits that yr.

"MIA" marks Drake's 32nd high 10 general, essentially the most amongst solo males and the third-most general, after Madonna's 38 and The Beatles' 34. He breaks out of a tie with Rihanna (31).

Atop the Hot 100, Maroon 5's "Girls Like You," that includes Cardi B, tallies a fifth week at No. 1.