The Canadian rapper claimed his tenth number one on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart in the US this week with his 2 Chainz feature 'No Lie'.
The chart milestone means Drake has overtaken Jay-Z's record of nine number ones on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, which he reached back in February with his Watch The Throne song 'Ni**as In Paris'.
However, seven of Drake's chart-toppers include him as a guest artist, while only three have him as the lead act, reports Billboard.
In comparison, Jay-Z has been the lead on four tracks including joint efforts with Kanye West ('Ni**as In Paris') and Alicia Keys ('Empire State Of Mind').
It has taken Drake just three years and one month to claim the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart record since his first charting single 'Best I Ever Had' back in June 2009.
While Drake leads the record tally with 10 number ones and Jay-Z's second with nine, Lil Wayne follows with eight, Kanye West with six and 50 Cent with four.
Watch the music video for 2 Chainz and Drake's 'No Lie' below: