Drake Sees “Pop Style” & “One Dance” Debut In Top 25; Pulls Closer To Tie With Elvis

Drake Sees Pop Style & One Dance Debut In Top 25; Pulls Closer To Tie With Elvis

Despite a lot of people having something negative to say about Drake’s “Chaining Tatum” line and Jay Z’s limited bars on “Pop Style,” Champagne Papi fans did not stop consuming the single as well as his other April 5 release “One Dance.” Both songs debuted in the Top 25 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

“Pop Style” featuring The Throne (Jay Z & Kanye West) hit #16 on the chart after totaling 128,000 first-week downloads. “One Dance” featuring Wizkid and Kyla was not far behind. The cut opened at #21 with 104,000 downloads.

In addition, Drake holds onto the top spot on the Hot 100 as a featured artist on Rihanna’s “Work.” The duo’s smash record spends its eighth straight week at #1. The Toronto rhymer also sits in another spot on the chart. Drake lending his talents to OVO Sound artist PartyNextDoor’s “Come And See Me” puts him at #97 as well.

With “Pop Style,” “One Dance,” and “Come And See Me” all arriving on the Hot 100 this week, Drake (107) is now only one song behind Elvis Presley (108) for a third place tie on the list of most career Hot 100 appearances. He is very likely to surpass Presley after his album Views From The 6 becomes available for streaming via Apple Music on April 29.