This marks Drake's 17th top 10 song and the rapper will be looking to his fourth studio album "Views from the 6" which is set to drop on Friday April 29, 2016 to take him as  the lead artiste to the coveted number one slot on the Billboard Hot 100 which he should have made it to with 'Hotline bling'.

The song which features Nigeria’s own Wizkid and Fillipinio R&B singer Kyla was Drake’s first-ever UK number one as a headliner when it topped the charts last week knocking off Mike Posner’s tenure at the top.

Drake previously hit number one as a guest on Rihanna's ‘What's My Name’ in 2010, but ‘One dance’ is his first as a headliner, with a little help from Wizkid and Kyla.

Watch 'Facts Only' on what Wizkid's collaboration with Drake means for the Nigerian music industry.