Move ova Hova, there's been a Canadian invasion on the Hip hop charts. "No Lie"!

With 10 #1 singles, Drake is now the king of R&B and Hip Hop. Watch the Thrown, Mr Carter, Drake is still Young. 


Chad Johnson is having the worst day ever, Drake is sitting back drinking to his accomplishments.


To add to his recent reign over his mentor Jay Z, Aubrey Drake Graham is about to get his high school diploma, he has a single out with his dream girl Aaliyah and the Club Paradise tour is the most successful hip-hop tour of 2012, grossing over 42 million worldwide.

Let's check back in on the chart topping scoreboard

#1 Drake - 10 no.1 singles

#2 Jay Z  - 9 no. 1 singles

#3 Lil Wayne - 8 no.1 singles

#4 Kanye West - 6 no. 1 singles


With Drake still rapping at a young age, and Jay-Z still loading off hits consistently it will be an interesting race for the future.

Drake is living the American dream! And making history with these #1 hits

"No Lie" f/ 2 Chainz puts the Canadian actor/rapper/singer two steps ahead of P.Diddy with 12 #1 hits on the Rap Charts.


Check out this impressive list of no.1 hits Drake put out:

Best I Ever Had

Forever (Eminem, Kanye West, Lil Wayne & Drake)

Say Something (Timbaland Feat. Drake)
Fancy (Feat. T.I. & Swizz Beatz)
Right Above It (Lil Wayne Feat. Drake)
Aston Martin Music (Rick Ross Feat. Chrisette Michele & Drake)
Moment 4 Life (Nicki Minaj Feat. Drake)
I’m On One (DJ Khaled Feat. Drake, Rick Ross and Lil Wayne)
Make Me Proud (Feat. Nicki Minaj)


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