DRAKE TAKES DOWN THE BEATLES’ BILLBOARD RECORD WITH “STAYING ALIVE” FEATURE
Written by Randy C on August 17, 2022
Drake hopped on Meek Mill’s “Going Bad” and spit a hell of a bar that will forever remain true: “I got more slaps than the Beatles.”
Billboard cosigned that on Monday, revealing his new collaboration with DJ Khaled and Lil Baby, “Staying Alive,” made a No. 5 debut on the Billboard Hot 100. Drizzy now has 30 Top 5 singles, topping The Beatles, who had 29 and held the record for five decades.
“Ok I broke my records for the month now me and @stake need you to do your thing Bitcoin,” Drake wrote in celebration, also plugging his gambling venture.
DJ Khaled released “Staying Alive,” a song and music video that features Drake and Lil Baby, last month. The new song follows the formula for many previous hits that the executive producer and rap singers have released. On songs like “POPSTAR,” “For Free,” and “No New Friends,” to mention a few, Drake’s vocals were hot off the press. While Khaled worked with Lil Baby on the platinum-certified singles “You Stay” and the summer hit “Every Chance I Get” in 2021.
You can hear the single and watch the video below.