Drake: Canadian Star’s For All The Dogs Album Debuts Number 1 On Billboard UK

BY JO Mensah October 17, 2023 7:20 PM EDT
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Canadian rapper Drake has once again proven he is the king of the Billboard charts as his latest album, For All The Dogs, debuted at the number one spot on the UK Billboard charts. It marks the sixth time, a Drake project has reached the summit of the charts in the United Kingdom.

For All The Dogs, Drake’s latest album has not only conquered the charts but also gained widespread acclaim from both music critics and fans.

The album’s success can be attributed to its compelling lyrics, distinctive sound, and Drake’s signature style, which has won him a large and diverse audience.

The album’s unique themes and emotions, ranging from love and heartbreak to triumph and reflection, offer listeners a multifaceted journey through Drake’s life and experiences.

The Six God’s ability to connect with his audience through his relatable and exciting style of music has been a key factor in his consistent success on the Billboard charts.

Drake’s impressive history of chart success in the UK

Drake’s impressive track record in the UK began with Views in 2016, followed by Scorpion in 2018, which climbed to the number one position. Dark Lane Demo Tapes followed in 2020 with Certified Lover Boy coming in 202. “Her Loss,” a collaboration with 21 Savage, in 2022, also achieved the coveted number-one spot on the UK charts.

His consistency in delivering chart-topping albums has highlighted his continuing popularity and influence in the music world.

Selena Gomez and Rema’s “Calm Down” Finally Loses No.1 Spot on Billboard

Meanwhile, the long-standing No.1 song on Billboard US Afrobeats chart, Calm Down, the viral song by Nigerian Afrobeats sensation, Rema and US star Selena Gomez has been overthrown.

In a new development, the fast-rising song, Water by burgeoning South African singer and dancer, Tyla has taken pole position on the coveted chart.

Calm Down, for months on end, was the most streamed Afrobeats song and went on to set a record for being the most streamed Afrobeats song in history.