Drake Expands Streaming Track Record with Features on DJ Khaled’s ‘Popstar’ and ‘Greece’

“Popstar” and “Greece” debut as their 45th and 46th top 10.

Drake extends his record for the top 10 in BillboardStreaming Songs with their last two features, on DJ Khaled’s “Popstar” and “Greece,” which premiere at numbers 3 and 4, respectively, on the August 1 list.

“Popstar” and “Greece” tilt with 28.4 million and 22.1 million streams from the US, respectively, in the follow-up week ending July 23, according to Nielsen Music / MRC Data.

The songs become Drake’s 45th and 46th top 10 on Streaming Songs, which started in January 2013. It now boasts 27 more of the top 10 than its closest competitor, Post Malone.

Most of the top 10 streaming songs
46, Drake
19, Post Malone
18, Ariana Grande
18 years Lil Uzi Vert
18, The Weeknd
16, Justin Bieber
15, Nicki Minaj
15, Kanye West
14, WRLD Juice
14, Rihanna
14, Travis Scott

Drake has counted seven top 10s in 2020, starting with his feature in Future’s “Life Is Good” (peak number 2 in January). He led the list for three weeks in April-May with “Toosie Slide” and released another first three 10 in May: “Pain 1993”, with Playboi Carti (No. 3); “Chicago Freestyle”, with Giveon (No. 6); and “D4L” with Future and Young Thug (No. 10).

As for DJ Khaled, he now has six Top 10 Streaming Songs, with “Popstar” and “Greece,” the first since “Wish Wish,” with Cardi B and 21 Savage, debuted and peaked at number 10 in June 2019. .

At the same time, “Popstar” leans at n. No. 3 in the multimeter Billboard Hot 100, followed by “Greece” at n. ° 8. As previously reported, the songs are Drake’s 39 and Top 40 Drake Top 100. tie with Madonna for the most in the list’s 62-year history.