The Champagne Papi (Drake) never loses! He now has another accomplishment to add to his impressive resume thanks to Shazam! The business published a thorough list of the best moments in its history to mark the 20th anniversary of the well-known application. One of them was T. Rex’s “Jeepster” on April 19, 2002, which also happened to be the first song ever to be Shazammed.
With over 350 million Shazams spanning tracks he has either been on or featured in, Drake was declared the most Shazamed artist of all time. The other most Shazamed songs are ‘Dance Monkey’ by Tones, And I, with over 41 million Shazams, and ‘Crazy’ by Gnarls Barkley was the most Shazamed song utilizing the “2580” SMS service. His top hit, “One Dance,” has more than 17 million Shazams.
Drake has recently accomplished a number of other things as well. Drake, as previously reported, now holds the record for having the most top-five hits in the Billboard Hot 100’s history. The 30-year-old Toronto native’s most recent single, “Staying Alive,” by DJ Khaled and Lil Baby, premiered at number five. Drake‘s records for top 10s, top 20s, top 40s, and overall Hot 100 entries, which date back to the chart’s debut on August 4, 1958, were also extended by the song.
For 55 years prior, The Beatles had the top-five position. The song “The Long and Winding Road/For You Blue” reached number one for two weeks in 1970. On August 15, Drake posted a message to his Instagram page to express his joy. He tagged cryptocurrency betting site Stake in a screenshot with the message, “Ok, I broke my records for the month now I and @stake need you to do your thing Bitcoin.”