Toronto-bred hip-hop heavyweight Drake has a regular on the charts since the release of his latest album, Scorpion, which arrived in June 2018. Scorpion is a double album comprised of 25 tracks on which disc one focuses more on hip-hop and disc two encompasses elements of R&B and pop.
Since releasing Scorpion, Drake has smashed three different longstanding sales records held by The Beatles. In July of last year, Drake achieved seven simultaneous Top 100 singles, breaking The Beatles’ previous record of five. Three months later, he notched his 12th Top 10 song in a single year, surpassing The Beatles’ previous record of 11. Earlier this summer, Drake also passed The Beatles for second-most Top 10 songs in the history of the Hot 100. Drake now has 35 top 10 songs trailing only Madonna‘s 38.
To celebrate his achievements, Drake recently added a new tattoo to his body’s already extensive canvas. Drake’s new tattoo depicts The Beatles’ Abbey Road cover with the rapper appearing at the front of the line, waving back to the quartet.
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On Meek Mill’s track “Goin Bad,” Drake boastfully exclaimed, “I got more slaps than The Beatles.”
Paul and Ringo, what do you think?
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