Drake’s Entire Album Makes Billboard Charts

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Drake is making Billboard history with If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late.

According to Billboard, Drake rules 42 percent of the 50-position Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart (dated March 7). The hip-hop star has 21 concurrent songs on the tally, breaking his own record.

Previously, Drake held a record for the most concurrently-charting songs with 14 songs. He matched that record a week ago (on the chart dated Feb. 25) following the debut of his album, and now has surpassed that record with 21 songs.

The Canadian rapper’s entire 17-track album sits on the charts as well as four additional songs he is featured on, bringing the total to 21.

Drake released If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late on February 13, 2015 without any previous notice. It debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart after 535,000 copies were sold in it’s first week of release. He also became the first rapper to earn a No.1 spot on the Billboard Artist 100.

Here are Drake’s 21 titles on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (dated March 7, 2015):

No. 4 – “Only,” Nicki Minaj, featuring Drake, Lil Wayne & Chris Brown
No. 5 – “Truffle Butter,” Nicki Minaj, featuring Drake & Lil Wayne
No. 9 – “Energy”
No. 16 – “Tuesday,” ILoveMakonnen, featuring Drake
No. 17 – “Legend”
No. 19 – “10 Bands”
No. 22 – “Blessings,” Big Sean, featuring Drake
No. 23 – “Know Yourself” (Debut)
No. 26 – “No Tellin'”
No. 27 – “Preach,” featuring PartyNextDoor
No. 28 – “6 God” (Debut)
No. 29 – “Used To,” featuring Lil Wayne
No. 32 – “Now & Forever”
No. 34 – “6 Man”
No. 38 – “Jungle”
No. 39 – “Star67” (Debut)
No. 40 – “Madonna” (Debut)
No. 42 – “Company” Featuring Travis Scott” (Debut)
No. 43 – “Wednesday Night Interlude” featuring PartyNextDoor (Debut)
No. 45 – “6PM In New York”
No. 49 – “You & The 6” (Debut)

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