The Canadian rapper, singer and songwriter Drake became the first solo artist to break 200 appearances on the Billboard Hot 100 after the release of his new album Care Package, with a total of 203 entries. The six out of the 17 songs from his new album that pushed him to the new record are Trust Issues, How About Now, The Motion, Dreams Money Can Buy, Club Paradise, and Days in the East.

Drake keeps breaking records!

Drake is now officially the first solo artist to surpass 200 songs, overstepping other music legends like Elvis Presley, Aretha Franklin and Ray Charles. Close behind Drake is rapper Lil' Wayne with 163 songs, Nicki Minaj with 103, and Jay-Z with 100 songs. However, this is not the first time that Drake breaks records, in 2018 he surpassed The Beatles with the highest number of top 10 songs. 

Snoop Dogg performing onstage at the 2019 KROQ Weenie Roast in Dana Point, California.

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