Drake Scores First Number One Single With “One Dance”
Congratulations are in order for Drake, who scored his first number one single with his hit “One Dance” featuring WizKid and Kyla, according to Billboard.
The song is off of the Champagne Papi’s newly-released fourth studio album, Views, which debuted at number one on the Billboard album charts, and broke a new streaming record with 245.1 million streams in the album’s first week of release.
Eighteen Views tracks have all charted on the Billboard Hot 100 songs list, and coupled with two previously released songs, (“Work” and “Summer Sixteen”), Drizzy has broken a record that Justin Bieber had previously set after the release of his recent album, Purpose, in 2015. Drake now has the most songs sitting on the charts at one time out of any artist in history.
We always say it…but what. a. time.