Drake and Kendrick Lamar shares record for Biggest drop in Billboard Hot 100 history

Billboard Hot 100 charts which track the best-selling songs in term of pure sales, streaming, and radio plays of the week in the US has registered their biggest drop by the biggest artist of the last decade.

Drake’s surprise album ‘Honestly, Nevermind’s song ‘Text Go Green’ debuted at #13 on the charts, on its second week the song dropped straight to #94 , a massive drop of 81 positions.

Luckily for Drake he isn’t the only artist with 81 positions drop as his contemporary Compton-based Rapper Kendrick Lamar has made this exact record just a months ago.

Kendrick Lamar’s comeback album ‘Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers’ song ‘We Cry Together’ featuring Taylour Paige which depicts a toxic relationship and is in a similar category to ‘Text Go Green’ as far as the subject matter is concerned debuted at #19  on the Billboard Hot 100. It then dropped straight to #99 next week registering the same number of positions drop as Drake’s song.

Kendrick’s fourth studio album currently holds the biggest opening week of the year so far for any Hip-Hop album this year with 295K units sold meanwhile Drake’s ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ sold 204K units debuting atop as well.