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Meanwhile, J. Cole snags the remainder of the top 10 with music from his latest album, The Off-Season, which concurrently debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. By claiming nine of the top 10 songs, the rapper ties Drake for the most simultaneous top 10 entries in a given week since the chart began in 2013, Drake’s mark coming on the July 14, 2018, list amid the release of Scorpion. (The only non-Drake song in the top 10 that week? XXXTENTACION’s “Sad!,” which ranked at No. 2.)
With 22 top 10s total (nine of those coming in the last two weeks), J. Cole is now tied for the second-most top 10s in chart history with Justin Bieber. Drake leads all acts with 52.