The song follows three top five hits from the set on the Radio Songs chart.
The 6 God and the King of Pop are headed to radio together.
Republic Records announced on Oct. 2 that Drake's "Don't Matter to Me," featuring Michael Jackson, is the next radio single from Drake's album Scorpion. The label will begin promoting the track to pop, adult pop and rhythmic stations next week.
So far, four cuts from Scorpion have hit Billboard's all-genre Radio Songs chart, with the first three all reaching No. 3 peaks: "God's Plan" (March 17), "Nice for What" (June 30) and "In My Feelings" (Aug. 11). "Nonstop" holds at its No. 28 high on the latest, Oct. 6-dated chart, with 36.9 million audience impressions, up 4 percent, in the tracking week ending Sept. 30, according to Nielsen Music.