There's no question Cash Money has earned itself a spot as one of the most impactful record labels in hip-hop history, and while it may have its own internal issues at times, the imprint is still going strong. Over the years, the label has been the home for some of the top artists in the music game, including Mannie Fresh, Lil Wayne, Drake, Nicki Minaj and plenty other big names.

This week (May 8), Billboard released an interview with Cash Money co-founders Birdman and Slim where they spoke on the incredible legacy of the major label. At the end of the interview, the outlet revealed the label's Top 20 hottest hits of all time since they've been established, and it includes nine songs in total from Drake.

From solo tracks such as "Headlines," "Hotline Bling" and "Best I Ever Had" to some of his biggest hit records with like the No. 1 hit "One Dance," the Future-assisted "Jumpman," "The Motto" with Lil Wayne and more, it's clear Drake has become the label's biggest "numbers" artist. Crazy enough, Drizzy even beats out Weezy, his label head, for most hit songs on the list.

During the rest of the conversation with Birdman and Slim, the two brothers spoke on a slew of topics, including the current status of Birdman's relationship with Lil Wayne, their earliest music memories, getting the attention of Universal to create the Cash Money imprint and more. They even addressed their candid thoughts on the Hot Boys breakup in 2003, Wayne launching Young Money in 2005, and where they see Cash Money heading for the next 10 years.

"Still putting up the most numbers, just steady peaking. Continuously growing, breaking new acts, being ahead of the game. Ain’t nothing going to change, it’s only going to get better," assured Birdman.

See a list of the nine songs by Drake on Cash Money's list of Top 20 biggest records of all time below, and head to Billboard to see the full list.

Drake - "Once Dance" Feat. Wizkid and Kyla
Drake - "Hotline Bling"
Drake & Future - "Jumpman"
Drake - "Hold On, We're Going Home" Feat. Majid Jordan
Drake - "Best I Ever Had"
Drake - "Headlines"
Drake - "The Motto" Feat. Lil Wayne
Drake - "Make Me Proud" Feat. Nicki Minaj
Drake - "Started From The Bottom"

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