Drake has now been the top artist in the United States for six straight weeks, and this week's honor now gives him 12 total weeks at the top. That's the most for a male artist in Billboard's history, according to the publication.

Drizzy ranks at #1 on Billboard's Artist 100 chart, surpassing Justin Bieber as the male artist with the most weeks on top of the list overall. Taylor Swift holds the all-time crown with 31 total weeks at the top of the chart.

The chart is created by combining information from radio airplay, sales figures, streaming counts and social media activity represented on Billboard's Social 50 chart.

This news comes the same week that Drake's most recent album, VIEWS, was certified double platinum.

Other chart achievements for Drake include being the first male artist with three or more weeks at the top of both Billboard's Top 200 albums and Hot 100 chart since 50 Cent in 2005, and passing Eminem's 2010 streak for Recovery when VIEWS hit the peak of the Top 200 albums chart for six weeks.