Drake continues to dominate the charts and has toppled The Beatles in the process.
Billboard reported Monday that the Toronto rapper now has the second-most Billboard Hot 100 top 10s. His latest single, "Money in the Grave," featuring Rick Ross, debuted at No. 7, making it Drake's 35th top 10. It breaks his tie with The Beatles, who have 34 Hot 100 top 10s.
Drake is second only to Madonna, who has 38 Hot 100 top 10s. His 35 top 10s include 10 as a lead artist and 12 as a featured act. In Madonna and The Beatles' case, they are the lead artist on all their entries.
The Billboard Hot 100 started on Aug. 4, 1958. Since then, Stevie Wonder, Janet Jackson, Mariah Carey, Lil Wayne, Whitney Houston, Jay-Z, The Rolling Stones, Elton John and Rihanna have all set records on the all-genres singles chart.
Here's the current ranking of artists with the most Billboard Hot 100 top 10s:
Most Hot 100 top 10s Madonna (38 top 10s) Drake (35 top 10s) The Beatles (34 top 10s) Rihanna (31 top 10s) Michael Jackson (30 top 10s) Mariah Carey (28 top 10s) Stevie Wonder (28 top 10s) Janet Jackson (27 top 10s) Elton John (27 top 10s) Elvis Presley (25 top 10s) Lil Wayne (24 top 10s) Taylor Swift (24 top 10s) Whitney Houston (23 top 10s) Paul McCartney (23 top 10s) The Rolling Stones (23 top 10s) Eminem (21 top10s) Jay-Z (21 top 10s) Chicago (20 top 10s) The Supremes (20 top 10s)