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Drake Snatches Number One Right Back From Childish Gambino

By HHL JT
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Drake is back atop the Billboard Hot 100.

Childish Gambino had held the top spot for two straight weeks with "This Is America". But Drake's "Nice For What" was able to reclaim number one this week. The female-focused track had already logged four weeks at number one before "This is America" briefly passed it.  Directly prior to that, Drake's single "God's Plan" had spent 11 straight weeks at the top.

This week, "God's Plan" stays at number 3 and Lil Baby's Drake featured "Yes Indeed" jumps to six.

That gives Drake his 26th Hot 100 top 10, passing Elvis Presley for the ninth most of all time. Madonna leads with 38. Expect Drake to close that gap some more when his album Scorpion drops next month.

And none of this is even counting Drake's Pusha T diss "Duppy", which electrified the rap world this holiday weekend.

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