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Drake Extends Multiple Streaming Songs Chart Records With ‘Honestly, Nevermind’

He adds to his No. 1, top 10 and overall entry records thanks to new album 'Honestly, Nevermind.'

Drake extends multiple records on Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart with new album Honestly, Nevermind, paced by yet another No. 1 on the July 2-dated tally.

“Jimmy Cooks,” featuring 21 Savage, crowns the latest survey with 42.2 million official U.S. streams in the June 17-23 tracking week, according to Luminate.

It’s Drake’s chart-leading 13th No. 1 since the ranking began in 2013, a record not even close to being matched; Justin Bieber boasts the second-most rulers with six, while Taylor Swift is third with five.


Most No. 1s, Streaming Songs Chart

  • 13, Drake
  • 6, Justin Bieber
  • 5, Taylor Swift
  • 4, Cardi B
  • 4, Travis Scott

Drake first paced Streaming Songs in 2016 when he was featured on Rihanna’s “Work,” while “One Dance” later that year became his first lead ruler. Prior to “Jimmy,” he had last crowned the list earlier while featured on Future’s “Wait for U” alongside Tems; that song, the previous No. 1, drops to No. 5 July 2.

It’s also 21 Savage’s second Streaming Songs No. 1. His other, also as a featured artist, came on Post Malone’s “Rockstar,” a 14-week ruler beginning in 2017. (His best as a lead act remains the No. 2-peaking “Runnin,” a co-bill with Metro Boomin, in 2020.)

In all, five songs from Honestly, Nevermind hit Streaming Songs’ top 10, with “Jimmy” followed by “Falling Back” at No. 2 (28.8 million). With five top 10s added to his tally, Drake now possesses 72 top 10s, again by far the all-time leader, with nearly three times the number of runner-up The Weeknd, with 26.

Most Top 10s, Streaming Songs

  • 72, Drake
  • 26, The Weeknd
  • 25, Lil Baby
  • 23, Future
  • 23, Justin Bieber
  • 23, Kanye West
  • 23, Post Malone
  • 22, J. Cole
  • 22, Taylor Swift
  • 20, Ariana Grande

As for most overall Streaming Songs appearances? Yes, Drake again. Thanks to the 13 entries from Honestly, Nevermind, Drake becomes the first act to cross 200 titles on Streaming Songs, with his mark now sitting at 207. That’s a tick under double the amount of the next-closest musician, Future, with 107.

Most Appearances on Streaming Songs

  • 207, Drake
  • 104, Future
  • 84, Taylor Swift
  • 79, Lil Baby
  • 74, The Weeknd
  • 70, Kanye West
  • 68, Lil Uzi Vert
  • 56, Post Malone
  • 56, Travis Scott

Concurrently, as previously reported, “Jimmy” rules the multi-metric Billboard Hot 100 dated July 2. It also enters atop Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs, as well as the R&B/Hip-Hop Streaming Songs and Rap Streaming Songs rankings. Honestly, Nevermind also rules the Billboard 200.