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Drake & Lil Baby Rule On-Demand Streaming Songs Chart With ‘Yes Indeed’

It's Drake's ninth No. 1 and Lil Baby's first.

Drake is back atop Billboard’s On-Demand Streaming Songs chart — and this time, he’s brought Lil Baby with him.

“Yes Indeed” by Lil Baby and Drake rises to No. 1 on the chart dated June 2 in its second week on the ranking, shooting 12-1. It grabs 32.2 million on-demand audio streams in its first full week on streaming services — in the week ending May 24, according to Nielsen Music. The track was released on May 15, in the middle of the previous tracking week (ending May 17).


Overall, in total streams in the week ending May 24, the song racked up up 39.5 million streams total, good enough to jump 33-2 on Streaming Songs.

It’s Drake’s ninth On-Demand Streaming Songs No. 1, extending his record for the most chart-toppers on the list (Justin Bieber is second with six). In 2018 alone, Drake has led the list with three different songs — “God’s Plan” (nine weeks), “Nice for What” (four) and “Yes Indeed” (one).

Lil Baby, meanwhile, becomes the first act in 2018 to lead the ranking with their first-charting title (and the first to do since Cardi B with “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)” in September 2017).

The song concurrently shoots into the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Drake’s 26th top 10 and Lil Baby’s first as it jumps 49-6.