According to a report Billboard published yesterday (June 24), “Money In The Grave,” has entered the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song features Rick Ross and was dropped in celebration of the Toronto Raptors winning the NBA Championship.
This new positioning has now put Drizzy with a total of 35 top 10 hits on the chart, which breaks the tie he had with The Beatles. Now, Drake is officially in second place amongst artists with the most top 10 hits ever. Despite breaking his tie with the iconic rock band, Drake still falls behind Madonna, who still leads the field with 38.