2017 Billboard Music Awards - Backstage and Audience

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This week, Drake finally bowed out of the Billboard Hot 100 charts after a history-making 430 weeks.

That means since his breakthrough single, 2009’s “Best I Ever Had,” not a single week has gone by where the rapper hasn’t had a spot in the Hot 100. Love him or hate him, this man has set the highest standard for any genre of music.

Speaking of haters, though, trolls on Twitter are already celebrating the end of the Drake Era — and it’s pretty f***ing hilarious.

Just some facts: The last Drake song to appear on the Hot 100 chart was “Passionfruit” from More Life. It held a solid 20 weeks on the chart, peaking at number eight. In addition, all 22 songs from More Life made the Hot 100 simultaneously in its debut week in March 2017. The true Drizzy fans continued to celebrate their trendsetter.

Enjoy the break, Drizzy, ’cause we know the next hit is just around the corner.

Drake’s Billboard Hot 100 Loss Is Still A Win  was originally published on globalgrind.com

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