Drake Gets Beatles Tattoo to Celebrate Chart Record

Esequiel Farfan
Agosto 14, 2019

To celebrate his achievements, Drake recently added a new tattoo to his body's already extensive canvas.

"I got more slaps than the Beatles", Drake spits on his collaboration with Meek Mill, 'Going Bad.' The rapper is obviously proud of his record-breaking accomplishment.

The rapper and producer surpassed the band's record for most songs simultaneously listed in America's Billboard Hot 100's Top 10, with seven tracks from his 2018 album Scorpion. It shows the iconic image of the Beatles as they cross Abbey Road that was featured on their 1969 album cover.

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While the 32-year-old rapper hasn't unveiled his gloating tat on his own social media, a number of fan accounts have posted photos where Drake's fresh ink is visible, including ones of him with a young fan, hugging Chris Brown and standing with YG, as Complex first reported. Drizzy leads the pack, while the four band members walk behind him in a single-file line down the crosswalk on Abbey Road in London. The tatt appears on Drake's left forearm. The in June of 2018, he passed the Beatles for the second-most Top 10s ever. He now has 35 total but still sits behind Madonna's 38 for the all-time record.

Following his Assassination Vacation Tour in the spring, Drizzy has been hard at work on a new album. Last week, he released his Care Package compilation of B-Sides including "Jodeci Freestyle" featuring J. Cole and "Free Spirit" featuring Rick Ross.

Another person said: "Also The Beatles are the all time number 1 billboard top 100 act and top 200 act!"

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