While Drake‘s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late had its share of mean-mugged anthems, and his furious Meek Mill diss track, “Back To Back” just about broke the internet, it’s the sunny, pop-minded “Hotline Bling” that has risen to the top of the Billboard charts this year.
Outside of his guest spot on Rihanna‘s “What’s My Name,” Drake has never landed a number one on the Billboard Hot 100 — his closest bid being his 2009 breakthrough single, “Best I Ever Had,” which peaked at number 2. “Hotline Bling” has now matched “BIEH” as Drizzy’s highest charting record, and the rapper is gunning for the top spot next week, hoping that the video will be his ticket to the top of the pile.
That video has arrived, and you can watch Drizzy show off some of his dance moves in it above. Will it be enough of an event for Drizzy to unseat fellow Torontonian The Weeknd from the number one slot? Click the picture above to watch the video and comment letting us know on our Facebook wall.