Drake’s “One Dance” Tops Australian Charts For 7th Consecutive Week


(AllHipHopNews) Drake’s dominance on the charts overseas shows no signs of subsiding as the MC hit the top of the Australian singles chart with his track “One Dance” featuring WizKid and Kyla.

This is the track’s seventh week on the top of the charts down under with the Rihanna assisted “Too Good” coming in at fifth place and “Controlla,” claiming the 50th spot.

Overall, Drake has had five songs reach the Top 50 and even he held the #1t on the albums chart in Australia in May with Views, which is currently sixth place on the charts.

The news comes as the Toronto native landed his ninth consecutive week at the top of the Billboard Top 200 album chart, which beat out the previously held record set by Eminem’s 2000 release The Marshall Mathers LP.

Drake’s “One Dance” track is also making waves in the UK as the smash hit set the record for the longest reign at the top of the singles chart in the market in 22 years.