After officially breaking The Beatles’ record for the number of Billboard Hot 100 top 10 hits, Drake commemorated his multiple chart records long-held by The Beatles with an Abbey Road-inspired tattoo of the group.
The Canadian rapper’s left arm shows the new, controversial ink with Drake as the fifth Beatle, standing ahead of the late John Lennon in the famed Abbey Road crosswalk shot.
For the last year, Drake has dismantled various records set by the legendary band one by one. In July of last year he placed seven songs in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100, breaking the previous record of five songs held by the quartet. Three months later, he also broke the record for most Hot 100 Top 10 songs in a single year, passing the Beatles’ 1964 achievement. In June, Graham also passed the band for second-most top 10 songs in the history of the Hot 100.
On Meek Mill’s “Goin Bad,” Drake famously remarked “I got more slaps than The Beatles.” Now, the pop world’s current overlord has the ink to match.