Drake's 'One Dance' Continues A Historic Billboard Run

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It's not the tenth week of domination for Drake's hit song, "One Dance" featuring Wizkid and Kyla. Being at number one for 10 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 gives Drake some elite status, as if he needed anymore.

"Dating to Aug.

17, 1963, when the Billboard 200 became a combined ranking of stereo and mono albums (the Hot 100 launched Aug.

4, 1958), Drake is just the fourth artist to boast an album that has led the Billboard 200 for a least 10 weeks while a single from that set has ruled the Hot 100 also for at least 10 weeks," according to Billboard.

Meanwhile, Drake delivered a special shoutout to dancehall artist Popcaan via Instagram with a blessed message.

"Happy Birthday Unruly Boss. Blessed to know you, blessed for the wisdom you share, blessed for the music you create, blessed to witness the rise of a LEGEND. @popcaanmusic," wrote Drake in the Instagram post below.

Spending this much time at number one is a big deal for Drake and it doesn't look like he is ready to give up the spot just yet.

Justin Timberlake's "Can't Stop The Feeling" and The Chainsmokers "Don't Let Me Down" are right behind Drake in the numbers two and three spots respectively.

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