Drake writes a new Billboard Hot 200 page with his albums ”Take Care” and ”Nothing Was The Same”

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Take care  and  Nothing Was The Same took Drake a step further in history with a Billboard Hot 200 longevity record with at least 400 weeks in attendance.

No one could predict such a longevity of success for Drake’s career . He had come and could go away like those many artists who disappear after two or three hits. Drake has proven over time that he is not a shooting star, but a whole constellation that never ceases to amaze. While his first album  Thank Me Later  had drawn attention to the Toronto rapper, his second album confirmed his full talent. This second album,  Take Care, is packed with classics and it’s hard to come up with an unpopular track on this Grammy Award-winning record in 2013. Almost 10 years later, Drake celebrated the album’s first decade on November 15 by releasing his album. attic of old memories of this beautiful epic.

On Instagram, he posted handwritten songlists, period tour posters, and even photos of himself and Kendrick Lamar at the Club Paradise Tour. The 10 years of this album were also celebrated in by Jay Critch who shared on November 15, the remix of  Headlines , one of the many hits of this album apart from Marvin’s Room, Lord Knows and Crew Love.

A rise in power like a diesel engine

After  Thank Me Later  and  Take Care , Drake released Nothing Was The Same in 2013  , an album that will make everyone agree on the talent and endlessly dizzying evolution of the Prince of Toronto. From those years, until today, Drake is on 10 albums with the very last  Certified Lover Boy having a longevity of several weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot 200.

A first in history

Drake has scored in a special way this year. He managed to keep two albums each 10 years ( Take care ) and 8 years ( Nothing Was The Same ) in the Billboard Hot 200 and this for at least 400 weeks. Indeed,  Nothing Was The Same recently exceeded the threshold of 400 weeks in the Billboard Hot 200.
The news was made official on the @chartdata Twitter account. The account announced this November 17 at 2 p.m. that ” Drake is the first artist in history to see multiple studio albums spend at least 400 weeks each on the Billboard 200.  “

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