You see that shit-eating grin on Drake's face in the picture to the left? Well, there's a good reason he's so happy. With the recent success of "Headlines," Drizzy has officially tied Diddy's record for the most number one singles on the Billboard rap charts. While this might seem somewhat obvious given Drake's popularity, you need to take into account the time span of how this went down. Dude released his first single, "Best I Ever Had," two and a half years ago. Diddy on the other hand? He first topped the charts in 1996.
The list of singles and video for "Headlines" are below.
"Best I Ever Had"
"Forever" (Eminem, Kanye West, Lil Wayne & Drake)
"Say Something" (Timbaland Feat. Drake)
"Fancy" (Feat. T.I. & Swizz Beatz)
"Right Above It" (Lil Wayne Feat. Drake)
"Aston Martin Music" (Rick Ross Feat. Chrisette Michele & Drake)
"Moment 4 Life" (Nicki Minaj Feat. Drake)
"I’m On One" (DJ Khaled Feat. Drake, Rick Ross and Lil Wayne)