The song is one six by Drake currently in the top 20, a feat that only Post Malone, J. Cole and The Beatles previously achieved.
Drake scores the highest debut the week on the Billboard Hot 100 chart (dated June 9), as “I'm Upset” launches at No. 19.
The song earns Drake his 164th career Hot 100 entry, extending his record for the most among soloists. It's his 46th top 20 hit and his 74th to reach the top 40.
Only Elvis Presley has more top 20 (48) and top 40 entries (80).
With the arrival “I'm Upset,” Drake occupies six spots in the Hot 100's top 20. As previously reported, “Nice for What” tallies its sixth week at No. 1; “God's Plan” holds at No. 3; “Yes Indeed,” with Lil Baby, repeats at No. 6; BlocBoy JB's “Look Alive,” on which Drake is featured, is steady at No. 12; and Migos' “Walk It Talk It,” on which Drake is also featured, keeps at No. 14.
In the Hot 100's 59-year history, only three artists have charted at least six songs in the top 20 simultaneously: Post Malone (a record nine) four weeks ago; J. Cole (six) five weeks ago; and The Beatles (six) for two straight weeks in 1964.
“I'm Upset” concurrently starts at No. 10 on the Hot Rap Songs chart, where it's Drake's record-extending 68th top 10. (Lil Wayne follows with 45.)
The track is rumored to be on Drake's upcoming project likely due later this month, expected to be titled Scorpion.