Drake Passes Elvis For Most Hot 100 Top 10s Among Solo Males

Between Pusha T dissing him on “The Story Adidon” and having to release a statement explaining a blackface photo, Drake has had a pretty dramatic week, even for him. But he got some good news this week too.

On Wednesday (May 30), Billboard announced Drake has passed Elvis Presley on the list  most Top 10s hits among solo males in the chart’s history.

The push comes after Lil Baby and Drake’s track, “Yes Indeed,” moved up the Billboard Hot 100 chart from No. 49 to No. 6. “Yes Indeed” is Lil Baby’s first Top 10 but it marks Drake’s 26th.

That moves him into the fourth spot, right behind Elton John (27). Stevie Wonder (28) and Michael Jackson (29) round out the rest the list.

Last year, More Life debuted with six tracks in the Top 10 and with Scorpion due out in June, expect Drake to continue to climb the ranks.