Drake's Top 10 Biggest Songs EVER

25 July 2018, 15:28

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Drake has topped The Official Vodafone Big Top 40 again with his latest single 'In My Feelings'.

It's the Canadian rapper's fourth official Number 1 and his second of this year, following on from 'God's Plan' which reached the chart peak back in January.

In fact, Drake's having a pretty sweet 2018 - he's just released his new album Scorpion and it's already breaking records around the world.

So we've done the sums and calculated the ten biggest songs of Drizzy's career so far... 

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*May contain explicit content*

10. Too Good (2016)

ft. Rihanna

Chart peak: 6

So three of Drake's top hits feature his mate Rihanna. First up at Number 10, it's Too Good.

9. Take Care (2011)

ft. Rihanna

Chart peak: 6

Here she is again! This track from 2011 samples Jamie xx's remix of Gil Scott-Heron's song 'I'll Take Care of You'.

8. Hotline Bling (2015)

Chart peak: 5

The music video for Drake's 'Hotline Bling' sparked a billion memes that still make us chuckle today.

7. Hold On, We're Going Home (2013)

ft. Majid Jordan

Chart peak: 5

This 2013 single features Canadian R&B duo Majid Jordan, who are signed to Drake's OVO Sounds label.

6. Work (2016)

Rihanna - Work ft. Drake

Chart peak: 2

This time it's Drake featuring on one of Rihanna's songs - the massive 2016 single 'Work'.

5. Nice For What (2018)

Chart peak: 2

The 'Nice For What' music video is a pretty special one, featuring famous, revolutionary women.

4. In My Feelings (2018)

Chart peak: 1

"Keke do you love me?" It's the track got everyone attempting the infamous #InMyFeelings challenge.

3. God's Plan (2018)

Chart peak: 1

Drake donated ¢175,000 to random Miami residents for the 'God's Plan' music video - what a G! 

2. What's My Name (2010)

Rihanna - What's My Name ft. Drake

Chart peak: 1

This sexy number is... yep, you guessed it... another Rihanna and Drake collab! These two, ey?

1. One Dance (2016)

Chart peak: 1

Drake's biggest hit in the UK to date is... One Dance!  The track from his fourth studio album Views spent three weeks at Number 1 on The Official Vodafone Big Top 40 back in 2016.