Drake Gets a Tattoo of Himself in Front of The Beatles' After Breaking Billboard Record
Got more slaps than The Beatles.
Back in June, Drake passed The Beatlesfor the second-most top 10s in the Billboard Hot 100 charts. Drake broke the record when he released "Money in the Grave," his collaboration with Rick Ross, which debuted at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100 Charts. (Drake now has 35 top 10 singles, with only Madonna, who has 38, ahead of him.)
Apparently, Drake celebrated the occasion in an interesting kind of way. He got a tattoo.
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Photos have popped up of Drake rocking a new Beatles-inspired tattoo. The tattoo, which is on his forearm, features Drake standing in front of the band's iconic Abbey Road album cover from 1969. Drake fansite Word on Road noticed the tattoo first.
This is not the first artist Drake has tattooed on himself; he also has tattoos of Sade and Aaliyah on his skin. Meaning: expect a Madonna tattoo soon.
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Drake is going to keep on breaking Billboard records, most likely. He has the number one album in the country, again, with his latest project, Care Package, which is just a collection of loosies.
That album gathered 109,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. in the week ending August 8, according to Billboard.