The rapper also scored eight Grammy nominations on Tuesday
All Crops: 610823938 Collection: Getty Images Entertainment INGLEWOOD, CA - SEPTEMBER 27: Drake performs at The Forum on September 27, 2016 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Harmony Gerber/Getty Images)
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Looks like Drake is going to have to get “Used to This” whole chart-topping sensation thing.

Fresh off Spotify’s reveal that Drake had topped their most-played lists for Top Artists, Top Songs, and Top Albums, the Canadian crooner has struck again, this time at the top of iTunes’ year-end best-of lists.

Views, his Grammy-nominated fourth album, was the best-selling album of the year, and No. 1 single “One Dance” topped the list for singles. His frequent collaborator Rihanna snagged the No. 2 album spot with Anti, and Adele’s 25, Frank Ocean’s Blonde, and Justin Bieber’s Purpose also had big years, according to the Associated Press. The top five for singles was rounded out by Justin Timberlake’s “Cant Stop the Feeling,” Rihanna’s “Work,” Flo Rida’s “My House,” and Lukas Graham’s “7 Years.”

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