Drake's 'One Dance' and Desiigner's 'Panda' Regain Their Spots on Billboard's Hot 100

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It looks like the success of Justin Timberlake's "Can't Stop The Feeling" will be short-lived on the Billboard Hot 100 chart as Drake's "One Dance" featuring Kyla and Wizkid jumps back to the number one spot.

Along with Drake's "One Dance" regaining the number one spot, Desiigner's "Panda" also hopped ahead of Timberlake to capture the number two spot, leaving Timberlake and his hit song "Can't Stop The Feeling" at number three.

The surge for Drake could be due to his heavy presence on social media and the major success of the Toronto Raptors. The Raptors recently tied the Eastern Conference finals series at 2-2 against the favored Cleveland Cavaliers.

Drake happens to be the team ambassador for the Raptors and has been using social media to get the people of Toronto and his fans on the team's side.

His streaming numbers are continuing to climb and so to is the popularity of "One Dance" and other tracks from his most recent album Views.

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