With his 2018 album 'Scorpion', the 'Going Bad' rapper has surpassed the record set by the Paul McCartney-fronted band for most songs simultaneously listed in Billboard Hot 100's Top 10.
Drake cheekily commemorated beating a record previously held by The Beatles with a new tattoo.
The rapper and producer surpassed the band's record for most songs simultaneously listed in America's Billboard Hot 100's Top 10, with seven tracks from his 2018 album "Scorpion".
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."
And now, Drake has John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr in their iconic pose from their 1969 "Abbey Road" album cover inked permanently on his arm.
However, he's cheekily added himself at the front of the Beatles' procession, smiling and waving.
This isn't the 32-year-old's first tattoo tribute, as he's branded himself with singer Sade, the late Aaliyah and actor Denzel Washington.