Drake Takes Down The Beatles’ Record With “staying Alive” Feature

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Drake hopped on Meek Mill’s “Going Dangerous” and spit a hell of a bar that may endlessly stay true: “I bought extra slaps than the Beatles.”

Forbes Global Music cosigned that on Monday, revealing his new collaboration with DJ Khaled and Lil Child, “Staying Alive,” made a No. 5 debut on the Forbes Global Music Sizzling 100. Drizzy now has 30 High 5 singles, topping The Beatles, who had 29 and held the document for 5 a long time.

“Okay I broke my data for the month now me and @stake want you to do your factor Bitcoin,” Drake wrote in celebration, additionally plugging his playing enterprise.

DJ Khaled launched “Staying Alive,” a music and music video that options Drake and Lil Child, final month. The brand new music follows the system for a lot of earlier hits that the chief producer and rap singers have launched. On songs like “POPSTAR,” “For Free,” and “No New Mates,” to say a number of, Drake’s vocals had been scorching off the press. Whereas Khaled labored with Lil Child on the platinum-certified singles “You Keep” and the summer time hit “Each Probability I Get” in 2021.

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