Drake tied Elvis Presley's number of top-10 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 this week after his latest release, "Nice For What," hit No. 1 on the chart, dethroning his previous No. 1 single, "God's Plan."

The rapper has now earned 25 top-10 singles on Billboard's chart, matching the mark Presley set with 1972's "Burning Love."

Billboard notes that Drake has also added to his previously established record for the most Hot 100 entries among solo acts, with "Nice For What" being his 162nd single on the chart.

But Drake still has ground to make up on the list of artists with the most top-10 singles. His contemporary Rihanna ranks third with 31 — behind The Beatles and Madonna.

Here are the 14 bands and solo artists with the most Billboard Hot 100 top-10 singles:

Jay-Z — 21

Whitney Houston — 23

Paul McCartney — 23

The Rolling Stones — 23

Elvis Presley — 25

Drake — 25

Mariah Carey — 27

Janet Jackson — 27

Elton John — 27

Stevie Wonder — 28

Michael Jackson — 29

Rihanna — 31

The Beatles — 34

Madonna — 38