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Drake Just Tied The Beatles Record For Most Concurrent Billboard Hot 100 Hits

By HHL Editors

We already know Drake is dominating Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Chart Top 50 like nobody ever has before.

But how is Drizzy doing on Billboard's overall Hot 100 chart?

Pretty damn good. In fact, this week the 28-year old has 14 tracks on the industry's most important chart, tying a record the Beatles set in 1964.

It should be noted that in 1964 the Fab Four had the top two songs and six songs in the top 15, whereas Drake's highest charting track (which he's just a feature on) is at number 16.

On the other hand, there is a lot more competition now than there was in 1964.

Drake (2015) No. 16, "Only," Nicki Minaj featuring Drake, Lil Wayne & Chris Brown No. 17, "Truffle Butter," Minaj featuring Drake & Lil Wayne No. 26, "Energy" No. 49, "Tuesday," ILoveMakonnen featuring Drake No. 52, "Legend" No. 58, "10 Bands" No. 68, "Blessings," Big Sean featuring Drake No. 70, "Know Yourself" (debut) No. 81, "No Tellin' " (debut) No. 82, "Preach," featuring PartyNextDoor No. 83, "6 God" (debut) No. 84, "Used To," featuring Lil Wayne No. 95, "Now & Forever" (debut) No. 97, "6 Man" (debut)

Beatles (1964) No. 1, "Can't Buy Me Love" No. 2, "Twist and Shout" No. 4, "She Loves You" No. 7, "I Want to Hold Your Hand" No. 9, "Please Please Me" No. 14, "Do You Want to Know a Secret" No. 38, "I Saw Her Standing There" No. 48, "You Can't Do That" No. 50, "All My Loving" No. 52, "From Me to You" No. 61, "Thank You Girl" No. 74, "There's a Place" (debut) No. 78, "Roll Over Beethoven" No. 81, "Love Me Do" (debut) For the latest Hip Hop tracks and news, follow us on Twitter.

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