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Drake equals a Beatles record with his latest album

Drake equals a Beatles record with his latest album

“Certified Lover Boy” sweeps the Billboard charts

The Canadian musician Drake managed to equalize along with his newest and lately launched album, “Certified Lover Boy”, a industrial document that The Beatles set in the USA 57 years in the past, by taking the highest 5 positions on the checklist of successes in that nation with their new songs.

As reported by Billboard, which printed this classification, no different artist had achieved such a document for the reason that “Fab Four” reigned within the North American “Hot 100” chart in 1964 with their songs “Please Please Me”, “I Want To Hold Your Hand “,” She Loves You “,” Twist And Shout “and” Can’t Buy Me Love “.

In Drake’s case, the songs that managed to climb to the highest positions are, on this order and from quantity 5 to 1: “Knife Talk”, together with 21 Savage and Mission Pat; “Champagne Poetry”; “Fair Trade,” with Travis Scott; “Girls Want Girls,” with Lil Child; and, on the high, “Way 2 Sexy”, with Future and “Young Thug”.

As well as, 4 different tracks by “Certified Lover Boy” entered positions of honor: “In The Bible,” with Lil Durk and Giveon, at 7; “Papi’s Home”, at 8; “TSU” is quantity 9 and, lastly, “Love All”, the tune wherein Jay-Z collaborates, is tenth.

As if that weren’t sufficient, Drake’s newest album additionally grew to become the debut with the very best gross sales and reproductions of 2021, thus surpassing solely per week later his nice musical rival, Kanye West, with the album “Donda”.

In complete, in response to Common Music figures, “Certified Lover Boy” garnered multiple billion views in its first week, with a worldwide sale of shut to 1 million models.

Likewise, on Spotify he managed to tie his personal historic document obtained with the album “Scorpion”, by reaching the very best variety of listens in at some point, 132 million inside 24 hours of its launch.