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Drake Extends Record Top 10 Total on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart With ‘I’m Upset’

Drake lands his record-extending 64th top 10 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart as "I'm Upset" lifts 13-10.

Drake lands his record-extending 64th top 10 on Billboard‘s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart (dated June 30), as “I’m Upset” lifts 13-10. Following the first full week of tracking for its official video, which premiered June 13, the track jumps 10-5 on R&B/Hip-Hop Streaming Songs (28.3 million U.S. streams, up 45 percent, in the week ending June 21, according to Nielsen Music).

James Brown ranks second in the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs tally’s 59-year history with 57 top 10s.

“Upset” secures Drake his seventh consecutive top 10 in 2018, encompassing his entire output for the calendar year to date. He previously reached the tier with “God’s Plan” (No. 1 for 11 weeks), “Diplomatic Immunity” (No. 4), featured turns on Migos‘ “Walk It Talk It” (No. 7) and BlocBoy JB’s “Look Alive” (No. 3), his own “Nice for What” (No. 1, seven weeks) and his collaboration with Lil Baby, “Yes Indeed” (No. 5).

“Upset,” “Plan” and “Nice” appear on the superstar’s two-disc, 25-song studio set Scorpion, out today (June 29).

Tank Ties for 10th: Although Tank‘s “When We” dips 3-7 on the Adult R&B Songs airplay chart, it posts a 46th week in the top 10, matching Bruno Mars‘ “That’s What I Like” for the ninth-best total since the list launched in 1993. Luther Vandross‘ “Think About You” claims the most time in the region: 63 weeks.

Here’s a rundown of the tunes with the 10 longest stays in the top 10 of Adult R&B Songs:

Weeks in Top 10, Song, Artist, Years in Top 10
63, “Think About You,” Luther Vandross, 2004-05
62, “Love Calls,” Kem, 2003-04
62, “Lifetime,” Maxwell, 2001-02
53, “Can’t Let Go,” Anthony Hamilton, 2006-07
50, “Find Myself in You,” Brian McKnight, 2006-07
49, “Shame,” Tyrese, 2015-16
49, “Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey),” The Weeknd, 2015-16
49, “Adorn,” Miguel, 2012-13
46, “When We,” Tank, 2017-18
46, “That’s What I Like,” Bruno Mars, 2017-18