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Drake's 'Scary Hours 2' Reportedly Set to Make History On The Hot 100 Billboard

Drake is obviously a force to be reckoned with in the hip hop community, and with his latest "Scary Hours 2" topping the charts, he doesn't seem to be showing any signs of letting up. According to "Talk of the Charts," Drake is set to take the top two spots on the Billboard Hot 100 on next week's chart, therefore, making him the first artist ever to have two new debut songs to go in the number one and number two spots.

Scary Hours 2 opener "What's Next" is set to take the number one spot, while "Wants and Needs" featuring Lil Baby is coming in at the second spot on the Hot 100.

Drake and Lil Baby were praised for their chemistry, with two fellow stars making yet another hit.

Scary Hours is a part series EP that Drake started releasing as far back as 2018; the first one also created his hit single, "God's Plan." That record made it to No. 1 on the Hot 100 and is 11x platinum in the US.

This isn't the first time Drake claimed chart success in a non-traditional fashion. Looking back at his Summer album "Scorpion," which was released in June 2018, the rapper held a number one spot thanks to Murda Beatz produced single "Nice for What"; as well as "Nonstop," charting at number two on the Billboard charts.

Following the release of Scary Hours 2 setting the mood for 2021, it's safe to say drake season is in full effect, with the highly anticipated "Certifed Lover Boy" expected to drop anytime now.

Akademiks reported, "Scary Hours 2 could come in at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with about 110,000 total album-equivalent units, and CLB's won't come later than the end of April."

With the "Certified Lover Boy" album certainly on the way, that would become the second body of work that Drake has put out in 2021. Fans also received a full project from Drizzy last year when he delivered his "Dark Lane Demo Tapes" project. This project featured hits such as "Toosie Slide," "Chicago Freestyle," featuring Giveon, and "When To Say When." Earlier that year, he was featured on Future's "Life Is Good" single, which hit No. 2 on the Hot 100 and is currently 8x platinum. In August, Drake delivered yet another hit with the "Laugh Now Cry Later" featuring Lil Durk, which did extremely well debuting at No. 2 on the Hot 100 chart.

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