AceShowbiz - Drake has replaced himself at the top of the U.S. pop charts. "Nice For What" has debuted at number one, toppling the rapper's 11-week chart-topper "God's Plan".
The new track becomes only the 30th to debut at the top of the countdown. The recent feat makes Drake become one of only 13 acts to replace themselves at the summit, following in the footsteps of fellow Canadians Justin Bieber and The Weeknd.
"God's Plan" falls to No. 2, while Drake's assist on BlocBoy JB's "Look Alive" rounds out the top five.
Bieber was the last artist to boast three hits, "Sorry", "Love Yourself", and "What Do You Mean?", in the top five back in 2016.
Meanwhile, Drake has also teased a new project, titled "Scorpion", which he plans to release this summer. He made the announcement on Monday, April 16 in a pair of Instagram posts, one featuring a varsity jacket featuring all the relevant details and another showing a diamond-encrusted scorpion pendant.
"A post shared by champagnepapi," he wrote.
The release will serve as the follow-up to his last full-length album, "Views", which he released in 2016. He also released his "More Life" playlist project in March 2017 and the "Scary Hours" EP in January.