It finally happened. Drake has a No. 1 single on Billboard’s Hot 100 charts.
“One Dance” is officially the top song in the country, overthrowing “Panda,” which held the top spot for two weeks, according to Billboard. The song was one of the lead singles off Drake’s most recent effort, Views.
Throughout Drake’s active career on the charts, he’s had two songs reach No. 2 (“Best I Ever Had,” “Hotline Bling) and four more (“Find Your Love,” “Started From The Bottom,” “Take Care” and “Hold On, We’re Going Home) hit the top 10 of the Hot 100 charts. He’s twice appeared at the top spot as a feature on Rihanna songs: “What My Name?” and “Work.”
I guess there’s not much else to say but congrats. But how long will it hold the No. 1 spot? That will probably wind up being more impressive than getting to the top. But for now, it’s time to send some bottles to Charlamagne and every other radio DJ who helped push this joint to the top of the charts.