Drake's 'God's Plan' Holds No. 1 Spot As Justin Timberlake's 'Say Something' Debuts At No. 9
Drake is still dominating the charts. His new song, "God's Plan," remains on the number 1 spot of Billboard Hot 100 for the second week.
The track from his new EP is the Canadian singer's first to make a debut on the top of the music charts. It is also his fourth song to top the Hot 100.
Ed Sheeran is still giving a good fight. His song "Perfect," from the album Divide, remains on the second spot after holding on to the top spot for six weeks.
Meanwhile, Justin Timberlake is also having a good week. Following his Super Bowl performance and a few days after the release of his new album Man of the Woods, the 37-year-old entered the top 10 for the second time with "Say Something." The song currently sits at the number 9 spot.
The rest of the top 10 include Bruno Mars and Cardi B's "Finesse" at number 3, Camila Cabello's "Havana" at number 4, Post Malone's "Rockstar" at number 5, Halsey's "Bad at Love" on number 6, Dua Lipa's "New Rules" at number 7, Migos' "MotorSport" on number 8, and Imagine Dragons' "Thunder" on the number 10 spot.
'God's Plan' Music Video
Drake's "God's Plan" will likely continue to dominate the songs charts for weeks to come. The rapper is currently working on a music video in sunny Miami.
Last week. the 31-year-old took over a high school where he filmed the video for his record-breaking new single. A video circulating online shows the Toronto-born artist, wearing a Martin Luther King Jr. T-shirt, on a balcony as students and teachers jam to the chart-topping new track.
According to Complex, another video on YouTube shows Drake singing on a lift above a huge crowd. A drone captured the scene from up in the air.
From the looks of it, the upcoming music video for "God's Plan" will include footage of Drake performing in front of real fans. There is still no word on when the music video will be released, but it has to be soon.
The rapper released his two-song EP in January, both of which immediately landed on the top of the chart. The other song, "Diplomatic Immunity," debuted at number 7.
The "Hotline Bling" singer is also now the only artist aside from The Beatles to have at least 20 songs on the Top 10 within a decade.