Drake recently overtook the legendary band, the Beatles’ in the Billboard Hot 100’s Top 10.
The Canadian rapper Drake is making his accomplishments in a permanent way. The rapper album Scorpion which was released in June 2018 surpassed the Beatles’ record for most songs simultaneously listed in the Billboard Hot 100’s Top 10, with seven tracks.
He marked the occasion with a new tattoo of their infamous Abbey Road picture. He inked on his forearm that shows him stopping the band from crossing Abbey Road. The only difference is, he has added himself waving at the Fab Four as he walks off in front of them.
In his track “Going Bad” which was released earlier this year had a line that incorporated “I got more slaps than the Beatles”. By that point, Drake had broken a separate Beatles chart record, for the most songs simultaneously in the Hot 100’s top 10.
The tattoo on the artist’s left forearm isn’t his first tribute tattoo. Throughout his career, he has branded himself with the likenesses of various artists to come before him, including Sade, Aaliyah and even Denzel Washington.
The only artist with more is Madonna, who boasts 38 total Hot 100 top 10 hits through her career.