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Drake Holds Entire Top 10 of Streaming Songs Chart for Second Time

He's the first act to accomplish the feat more than once.

Drake nabs the entire top 10 of Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart for a second time, as songs from his new collaborative album with 21 Savage, Her Loss, debut on the Nov. 19-dated ranking.

“Rich Flex” leads the pack with 58.9 million official U.S. streams earned in the Nov. 4-10 tracking week, according to Luminate.


The single-week stream count of “Flex” is the second-largest of any song in 2022, behind Taylor Swift’s “Anti-Hero,” which accumulated 59.7 million streams in its first week (Nov. 5).

“Flex” is followed by “Major Distribution” at No. 2 (47.8 million) and runs through to No. 10, “Broke Boys,” with 29.6 million.

Drake’s top 10 lockdown is the third such accomplishment in the chart’s nine-year history. He was the first to do so, grabbing the entire top 10 on the Sept. 18, 2021, list upon the release of his album Certified Lover Boy. Swift followed earlier this month following the release of Midnights.

21 Savage nearly accomplishes the feat, grabbing nine of the top 10; the No. 7 song, “BackOutsideBoyz” (35 million), is credited only to Drake.

Still, 21 Savage becomes one of just four acts to occupy at least nine of the top 10 spots on Streaming Songs in a given week. In addition to Drake and Swift’s 10-song feats, Drake earned nine on July 14, 2018 (around the release of Scorpion), while J. Cole also did so May 29, 2021 (The Off-Season).

Drake extends his record for the most top 10s in chart history, having now accumulated 83; the next closest, Lil Baby, boasts 34.

Each of the 16 songs from Her Loss reach Streaming Songs, down to the 21 Savage-only track “3AM on Glenwood” at No. 19 (16.1 million).

Concurrently, as previously reported, each of songs from Her Loss reach the multi-metric Billboard Hot 100, led by “Flex” at No. 2. The album itself starts atop the Billboard 200.