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Drake Charts All 14 Songs From 'Dark Lane Demo Tapes' on Hot 100

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He also ties for the most top 10s & extends his records for the most top 40 hits and total chart entries.

Drake celebrates his 10th top 10 album on the Billboard 200 (dated May 16), as Dark Lane Demo Tapes arrives at No. 2 with 223,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. He also tallies 15 songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, including all 14 from the new set.

"Toosie Slide" lands the highest, at No. 4, after launching at No. 1 on the chart dated April 18, followed by "Pain 1993," featuring Playboi Carti, new at No. 7. With the latter's debut, Drake earns his 38th Hot 100 top 10, tying Madonna for the most in the chart's 61-year history.

Here's a look at all 15 of Drake's songs on the latest Hot 100; all are debuts except where noted.

Rank, Title
No. 4, "Toosie Slide" (down from No. 3; peaked at No. 1)
No. 7, "Pain 1993," feat. Playboi Carti
No. 13, "Life Is Good," Future feat. Drake (down from No. 12; peaked at No. 2)
No. 14, "Chicago Freestyle," feat. Giveon
No. 19, "D4L," with Future & Young Thug
No. 25, "Not You Too," feat. Chris Brown
No. 27, "Desires," feat. Future
No. 30, "Time Flies"
No. 32, "Deep Pockets"
No. 34, "Demons," feat. Fivio Foreign & Sosa Geek
No. 35, "When to Say When"
No. 39, "Landed"
No. 45, "From Florida With Love"
No. 51, "Losses"
No. 52, "War"

Drake extends his record to 222 total charted songs on the Hot 100. He broke the mark, previously held by the cast of Glee, on the March 21-dated chart when "Oprah's Bank Account," with Lil Yachty and DaBaby, debuted, becoming his 208th entry.

Here's an updated ranking of the acts with the most all-time Hot 100 entries (in both lead and featured roles), through the chart dated May 16.

Most Total Billboard Hot 100 Hits
222, Drake
207, Glee Cast
168, Lil Wayne
109, Elvis Presley
109, Nicki Minaj
107, Kanye West
100, Chris Brown
100, Jay-Z
98, Future
97, Taylor Swift
91, James Brown
88, Eminem
80, Justin Bieber
75, Ray Charles
73, Aretha Franklin
71, The Beatles

As Drake debuts 10 songs in the latest Hot 100's top 40, he also extends his record for the most career top 40 hits to 111. Lil Wayne ranks second, with 82, followed by Elvis Presley, with 81 (with Presley's career having predated the chart's 1958 launch.)

Meanwhile, Chris Brown becomes the eighth artist with at least 100 Hot 100 entries, as featured on Drake's "Not You Too," which debuts at No. 25. Brown first appeared on the chart nearly 15 years ago, when "Run It!" entered the Aug. 27, 2005-dated survey. The song went on to become his first of two No. 1s (followed by "Kiss Kiss," featuring T-Pain, in 2007), among 15 top 10s.