Drake’s “One Dance” Holds On To Top Spot On UK Charts For Record Span

(AllHipHop News) Drake’s track “One Dance,” featuring Wizkid and Kyla has held on to the top spot in the UK for the longest span in 22 years, with the track reigning number one for its 12th consecutive week.

In more good news for the rapper in the overseas market, Drake’s Rihanna assisted single “Too Good” also made a move from 5-3 on the UK charts.

According to reports from Billboard,  the single “One Dance” is the first track to maintain at number one in the UK for such a length of time since Wet Wet Wet’s hit “Love Is All Around,” which dominated the charts for 15 weeks.

This latest news follows reports earlier in the week of the track holding the top spot for the US Billboard Hot 100 for the sixth week in a row.

The Wizkid and Kyla featuring track “One Dance” is one of the standout tracks from Drake’s April 29 release Views.

As a collective piece of work the album has certainly received its accolades as well, with the project topping the US Billboard 200 for the eighth consecutive week.

 

 

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