Justin Bieber Tops Drake’s and the Beatles’ Billboard Record

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Drake, already failing to get his first solo No. 1 for his birthday, has just lost his Billboard Hot 100 record for the most songs to make the Hot 100 at one time. Earlier this year, Drake tied with the Beatles' 1964 record of 14 songs on the Hot 100, on March 7 and and again on October 17. But with the debut of Justin Bieber's Purpose, the record has been smashed: 13 of Bieber's album tracks land on the Hot 100 this week, giving him 17 total songs on the Hot 100. And you thought Canadians were too nice to battle it out with each other. Bieber's Purpose has 20 songs, so the entire album isn't on the Hot 100, but it's pretty damn close. Here are the songs, via Billboard:

No. 2 "Sorry"
No. 4 "Love Yourself"
No. 5 "What Do You Mean?"
No. 19 "I'll Show You"
No. 31 "The Feeling," featuring Halsey
No. 34 "Where Are U Now" (Skrillex & Diplo With Bieber)
No. 42 "Mark My Words"
No. 43 "Purpose"
No. 49 "No Pressure," featuring Big Sean
No. 53 "Company"
No. 54 "No Sense," featuring Travi$ Scott
No. 67 "Life Is Worth Living"
No. 74 "Children"
No. 81 "Been You"
No. 88 "We Are," featuring Nas
No. 90 "Get Used to Me"
No. 98 "Trust"