Rihanna's 'Work' Ft. Drake Falls to Number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart

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It looks like the Rihanna and Drake buzz is subsiding as their collaboration "Work" falls to the number four spot on the Billboard Hot 100.

As of last week, Rihanna and Drake's "Work" was dominating the charts. That is until Desiigner and his hit song "Panda" decided to join the mix.

However, Desiigner didn't just knock Rihanna to the number two spot. Lukas Graham's "7 Years" off the bands recently released self-titled album now sits behind Desiigner.

"Rap rules again: Desiigner also ends a 41-week streak between rap songs atop the Hot 100, between "See You Again" and "Panda." That's the longest run between No.

1 rap songs (defined as tracks that charted on Billboard's Hot Rap Songs ranking) in more than 14 years: no rap hits led the Hot 100 for 46 straight weeks between Shaggy's "Angel" (March 31, 2001) and Ja Rule's "Always on Time," featuring Ashanti (Feb.

23, 2002)," according to Billboard.

What's even more interesting is that Drake's "One Dance" featuring Wizkid and Kyla is actually standing in at number three.

So, it looks like RiRi's "Work" is going to enjoy some time at number four unless Mike Posner's "I Took A Pill In Ibiza" continues to rise up the charts as well.

That being said, we are expecting Drake to enter the chart in a big way with the debut of his album Views From The 6 on Friday, April 29.