Drake is officially named Shazam’s most searched artist of all time!

The champagne papi keeps winning! Thanks to Shazam, he has another achievement to add to his successful career! To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the popular application, the company released a comprehensive list of highlights from its history. One of them is the most Shazamed song by genre, the very first Shazamed song that was T. Rex’s “Jeepster” on April 19, 2002, and more.

Drake was named the artist with the most Shazams of all time, with over 350 million Shazams for songs he either performed on or has appeared on. His top track with more than 17 million Shazams is “One Dance”. The other songs with the most Shazams are “Dance Monkey” by Tones, And I with over 41 million Shazams and “Crazy” by Gnarls Barkley was the song with the most Shazams using the “2580” text service.

This isn’t the only achievement Drake has received recently. As we previously reported, Drake officially became the top five hits artist in Billboard Hot 100 history. The Toronto native hit 30 with DJ Khaled’s song “Staying Alive,” with his latest entry Lil Baby peaking at #5 debuted. The song also extended Drake’s records for top 10, top 20, top 40, and hot 100 entries overall. Dated August 4, 1958, founding chart.

The Beatles previously held the top 5 mark for 55 years. In 1970, “The Long and Winding Road/For You Blue” stayed at number one for two weeks. Drake took to his Instagram on August 15 to celebrate the news. He shared a screenshot with the caption, “Ok I broke my records for the month now me and @stake need you to do your thing bitcoin,” tagging cryptocurrency betting platform Stake.

Congratulations, Drake, on another great achievement! Roommate, post a comment and show him some love!

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Zack Zwiezen

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