Drake Makes History On R&B/Hip Hop Airplay Chart
Lil Wayne earns another #1 with "Believe Me" while ScHoolboy Q makes gains with "Studio."
With Lil Wayne and Drake's "Believe me" rising on the R&B/Hip Hop Airplay chart, Drake scores his 14th #1. This allows Drake to surpass Usher for the most #1s in the chart's 22-year history, according to Billboard.
"Believe Me" also helps Wayne reach new heights. The song acts as his 10th #1 and helps him become only the third act to reach double-digit #1s, of course following Usher and Drake.
The greatest gainer on the chart is Oxymoron's "Studio," a cut by ScHoolboy Q that features BJ The Chicago Kid.
Wayne and Drake are set to embark on their upcoming Street Fighter themed Drake Vs. Lil Wayne tour. The tour, which has been referred to by the emcees as a battle, is set to run through 31 cities across the nation before coming to a close September 27 in Texas.
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