Drake gets Beatles tattoo after beating their top 10 record

Lawrence Kim
August 14, 2019

He holds a selection of records on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, including the most charted songs for a solo artist, the most simultaneously charted songs on a single week and the highest total time spent in the chart.

Fans took to social media to criticize Drake's tattoo, claiming the artist's choice to compare himself to the group was "tacky and cocky" and that he has only achieved his hit success through collaborations with other artists. To commemorate the feeling, Drizzy Drake added to his collection of somewhat-sus tattoos, inking the iconic Abbey Road sidewalk scene onto his arm and adding himself in front of the boy band.

The new ink, which has been spotted in numerous photos, is inspired by the Beatles' 1969 album, Abbey Road, which shows the four members walking in a line.

The post Drake tops three records long held by The Beatles, celebrates with Abbey Road tattoo appeared first on outcome of Sound. You can see Drake looking back and waving at them.

By now the whole world knows about Drakes huge accomplishment on the Billboard music charts, but it seems like Drake doesn't want anyone to forget, including himself.

He later acknowledged his achievement in his rap on Meek Mill's track Going Bad, which featured the lyric: "I got more slaps than the Beatles".

One person called the tattoo "pathetic", while another called it a "Narcissistic tattoo".

"Drake really thinks he's more influential than THE BEATLES. the clownery".

Another described it as "mad disrespect", while another criticized the ink and Drake's "massive ego".

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