Drake has overtaken the Beatles with the most hits in Billboard history. The track "Staying Alive"
with DJ Khaled and Lil Baby debuted at #5 on the Hot 100. The singer now has 100 songs that have reached the Top 5 of the music charts.
The Beatles have had 29 tracks top the Billboard charts over the band's 64-year history, last reaching the region in 1970 with "The Long and Winding Road"/"For You Blue," which spent two weeks at #1.
The rapper is second only to Michael Jackson with the number of hits that have topped the Billboard charts and needs four songs at the top of the chart to break the record of the king of pop.
In a conversation with Nicki Minaj on the return episode of the Queen Radio show, the rapper talked
about the possibility of retiring soon. When asked about his future in the music industry, Drake is modest and also says that he is reaching a 'new level'.
I'm not at that point where I consider it an option. I've reached a new comfort level where I want
to try things out. Like this last album, I released something that I wanted to do to challenge myself.
Drake still expressed feeling the 'usual nervousness' even after an 11-year career as a singer, producer and actor in the entertainment
industry. "One of the best feelings I have in my life is completing a song or project. And, by the way, those things are painful too. But I feel like I'm reaching for the fun."