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For All the Dogs’ by Drake secures seven top 10 singles, tying him with Michael Jackson for the most of all time.

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With the release of his most recent full-length album, “For All The Dogs,” Drake keeps up his record-breaking streak on the Billboard charts. The top 50 singles chart this week features all 23 tracks from Drake’s 13th No. 1 album on the Billboard 200, with Drake and J. Cole’s “First Person Shooter” arriving at the top.

As with most of Drake’s releases since 2017’s “More Life,” “For All the Dogs”‘ strong streaming push was responsible for the majority of the album’s initial sales. The album’s songs received a staggering 514.01 million streams in its first week, making it the fourth-biggest album of all time and the largest streaming week of 2023. The most streamed song of all time is Drake’s “Scorpion” (745.92 million streams in 2018), followed by his own “Certified Lover Boy” (743.67 million streams in 2021), Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” (549.26 million streams in 2022), “For All the Dogs” (513.56 million streams in 2022) and Drake and 21 Savage’s “Her Loss” (513.56 million streams in 2022).

With the caption “Mooooooooood,” Drake and J. Cole shared a photo of Jackson sporting products from their company OVO on social media.


IDGAF,” a collaboration between Drake and the 23-year-old American rapper Yeat, is at No. 2, followed by Drake’s “Virgina Beach.” While Drake’s dominance of the Hot 100 continues at Nos. 5, 6, 8, and 10 with Doja Cat’s “Paint the Town Red,” “Calling for You,” “Slime You Out,” “Daylight,” and “Fear of Heights,” respectively, “Paint the Town Red” extends its reign atop the chart. Drake’s fourth album in less than two years features production from Bad Bunny and Chief Kief. Swift’s “Cruel Summer” is at No. 9, while SZA’s “Snooze” is at No. 7.

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