Drake Has Spent An Insane Number Of Consecutive Weeks On The Hot 100

By HHL Editors

Drake has had at least one song on Billboard's Hot 100 since the middle of 2007.

That would be exactly 400 straight weeks, which is already a record for consecutive weeks on the chart.

Speaking of Weezy, if we were to guess (and we don't have the specific data in front of us) it was the features Drake did on Wayne tracks that kept his streak going in its pre-Thank Me Later years.

This week, Drake's singles 'Fake Love' and 'Sneakin'' are No. 11 and No. 69, respectively, on The Hot 100. Additionally, Future's 'Used To This' and Gucci Mane's 'Both' -- which each feature Drake -- are No. 5 and No 44.

In other words, Drizzy will get to 401.

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