Drake is back on top of the charts.

The Canadian rapper’s latest album, Certified Lover Boy, is spending a second week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.

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The record debuted at number one last week after generating 743.7 million on-demand streams in the U.S.

With those numbers, the new record became the biggest week for any album in over a year, with the last being Taylor Swift’s Folklore at 846,000 units

Certified Lover Boy, which dropped Sept.3, also became Drizzy’s 10th number one, adding him to the shortlist of other artists with at least 10 number one albums in the 65-year history of the Billboard 200 chart.

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The Beatles have the most with 19. They are followed by Jay-Z (14), Bruce Springsteen, Barbra Streisand (11 each), Drake, Eminem, Elvis Presley and Kanye West (10 each).

Drake’s first topped the Billboard 200 chart in July 2010, with Thank Me Later.

Not only did he have a historic week, but Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart also shared that the top 14 songs were all held by Drake with “Way 2 Sexy” featuring Future and Young Thug at No. 1.

Other songs in Drake’s No.1 to 14 run include “Girls Wants Girls”, “Papi’s Home” and “Champagne Poetry”.

The previous most songs in a row came in at 10 by J. Cole who held the spots No. 2 to 10 earlier this year. Before that was eight in a row in 2018, held by Drake.