Drake surpasses Bruno Mars at the top of the Hot 100 of Billboard

The rapper Drake seems to be stalking me. After the news that he had exceeded Paul McCartney in the ranking of hits in the top of the Billboard – which yielded a good discussion about the quality of the current song – the rapper appears again in the news, now surpassing Bruno Mars at the top of the Hot 100 Billboard in this decade. Now, he is the male artist with the most number of weeks accumulated in the ranking of 2010 until today. Practically a new the king of the charts north american.

Drake accumulates 33 weeks at the top since his first big success – What's My Name (in partnership with Rihanna), in 2010 – until the most recent hit, Nice For What.

But this time, to not sound argument older peopleI add the ranking of the most important artists have had singles in the top of the stop (in weeks), since the 50s up to today. I can be wrong, but the level of artists in the decades of 50, 60 and 70, it seems unbeatable.

What is your opinion?

2010s:
41 – Rihanna
33 – Drake
32 – Bruno Mars
26 – Katy Perry
24 – Adele

2000s:
41 – Usher
36 – Beyonce
26 – The Black Eyed Peas
23 – 50 Cent
23 – Nelly

1990s:
60 – Mariah Carey
50 – Boyz II Men
22 – Monica
19 – Puff Daddy
18 – Celine Dion
18 – Whitney Houston
18 – TLC

1980s:
27 – Michael Jackson
21 – Lionel Richie
16 – Paul McCartney
16 – George Michael
15 – Madonna
15 – Stevie Wonder

1970s:
27 – Bee Gees
17 – Rod Stewart
15 – Elton John
14 – Paul McCartney
13 – Andy Gibb
13 – Donna Summer

1960s:
55 – The Beatles
22 – The Supremes
20 – Elvis Presley
15 – The 4 Seasons
13 – The Rolling Stones

1950s:
9 – Bobby Darin
6 – Frankie Avalon
6 – Tommy Edwards
6 – Johnny Horton
5 – The Fleetwoods
5 – Domenico Modugno

Source: Billboard

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