Drake's recently-released three-song EP, "Scary Hours 2," has now made history on the weekly Billboard Hot 100 list.
On Monday, the pop star became the first artist in history to simultaneously debut in all top three spots of the Hot 100, with his song "What's Next" sitting at the number one spot.
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The EP knocked off Olivia Rodrigo’s “Driver’s License,” which had held the top spot for eight consecutive weeks.
The rapper's sixth album, "Certified Lover Boy," was scheduled to be released in January of this year, but was pushed back after the artist announced he was taking time to recover from surgeries and rehab according to CapitalXtra.