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Drake's latest No. 1 single, "Toosie Slide" shot up the charts thanks in large part to TikTok users. Prince Williams/WireImage hide caption

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The 'Genius Move' That Helped Drake's New Song Slide Into No. 1

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Rihanna performs with Pharrell Williams at her fifth annual Diamond Ball on Sept. 12, 2019. This January marks four years since her last full-length release. Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images hide caption

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From Dixie Chicks To Rihanna: Our Music Predictions For 2020

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Drake reacts in the first half during Game 5 of the 2019 NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Toronto Raptors. The rapper dropped new music in celebration of the Raptors championship win. Gregory Shamus/Getty Images hide caption

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Drake won the Best Rap Song Grammy for "God's Plan," which was the No. 1 song in America for 11 weeks in 2018. Speaking to his peers of the award, he said, "You don't need this." Emma McIntyre/Getty Images hide caption

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