The song is the latest rare chart monster to boast twice the weekly Hot 100 points the runner-up title.

As Drake's “God's Plan” spends a fifth week atop the Billboard Hot 100 (dated March 3), the colossal hit joins rarefied air, becoming a smash so big that it flaunts more than twice as many Hot 100 chart points as its nearest competitor, the current No. 2, “Perfect” by Ed Sheeran. In essence, “Plan” is twice as popular as the No. 2 song the week.

Yup, we're getting deep into the numbers in this one.

First, though, there's some fine print to explain: The Hot 100 ranks the most popular songs the week in the U.S. based on a blend streaming, airplay and sales data. The chart, which launched on Aug. 4, 1958, began using Nielsen Music's electronically-measured point–sale and radio airplay information on the list dated Nov. 30, 1991, which is when our research for this post begins. Since that date, only 20 songs have run away with enough sales, airplay and, since 2012, streaming activity to rule with at least a two-to-one points lead. With 311 No. 1s in that span (beginning with P.M. Dawn's “Set Adrift on Memory Bliss”), a mere 6 percent all leaders have ballooned to such heights.

Unsurprisingly, the list contains enduring megahits such as Whitney Houston's “I Will Always Love You,” which recorded the first two-to-one points lead. The ballad blasted the competition with a lead that ratio (or more) for nine its 14 weeks at No. 1, the most for song in the past 25-plus years.

Elton John's “Candle in the Wind 1997″/”Something About the Way You Look Tonight,” meanwhile, claims the biggest ratio lead over a No. 2 song: It debuted at No. 1 on Oct. 11, 1997, with a massive points lead 17 times the amount the No. 2 challenger (Boyz II Men's “4 Seasons Loneliness”).

How did John score the most lopsided lead? “Candle,” his tribute to the then-recently deceased Diana, Princess Wales, sold a Nielsen-record 3.4 million physical singles in its first week tracking. (And remember! This occurred in 1997, before the dawn more consumer-friendly options such as YouTube and digital downloads. At the time, the only way to access a Hot 100 hit on-demand was to go to a physical retail venue and buy a commercially-released single on CD, cassette tape or even 7-inch vinyl.)

With “God's Plan” achieving such double-dominance on the Hot 100, Drake secures his place as the latest all-star to have outscored his competition by at least a two-to-one points margin. Here's the full roster:

“I Will Always Love You,” Whitney Houston
Nine weeks with 2x points as No. 2: Dec. 12, 1992-Feb. 6, 1993
Six weeks above No. 2 “If I Ever Fall in Love” by Shai; three weeks above No. 2 “Rump Shaker” by Wreckx-n-Effect

“I'll Make Love to You,” Boyz II Men
Three weeks with 2x points as No. 2: Sept. 10-24, 1994
All above No. 2 “Stay (I Missed You)” by Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories

“Tha Crossroads,” Bone Thugs-n-Harmony
Three weeks with 2x points as No. 2: June 8-22, 1996
Two weeks above No. 2 “Always Be My Baby” by Mariah Carey; one week above No. 2 “You're Makin' Me High”/”Let It Flow” by Toni Braxton

“I'll Be Missing You,” Puff Daddy & Faith Evans featuring 112
Two weeks with 2x points as No. 2: July 5-12, 1997
One week above No. 2 “Mmmbop” by Hanson; one week above No. 2 “Bitch” by Meredith Brooks

“Candle in the Wind 1997″/”Something About the Way You Look Tonight,” Elton John
Five weeks with 2x points as No. 2: Oct. 11-Nov. 8, 1997
Two weeks above No. 2 “4 Seasons Loneliness” by Boyz II Men; three weeks above No. 2 “You Make Me Wanna…” by Usher

“My Heart Will Go On,” Celine Dion
One week with 2x points as No. 2: Feb. 28, 1998
Above No. 2 “Nice and Slow” by Usher

“All My Life,” K-Ci & JoJo
One week with 2x points as No. 2: April 4, 1998
Above No. 2 “Frozen” by Madonna

“The Boy Is Mine,” Brandy & Monica
Two weeks with 2x points as No. 2: June 20-27, 1998
Both above No. 2 “You're Still the One” by Shania Twain

“I Don't Want to Miss a Thing,” Aerosmith
One week with 2x points as No. 2: Sept. 5, 1998
Above No. 2 “The First Night” by Monica

“Heartbreaker,” Mariah Carey featuring Jay-Z
One week with 2x points as No. 2: Oct. 9, 1999
Above No. 2 “Smooth” by Santana featuring Rob Thomas

“All for You,” Janet Jackson
One week with 2x points as No. 2: April 14, 2001
Above No. 2 “Survivor” by Destiny's Child

“Hips Don't Lie,” Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean
One week with 2x points as No. 2: June 17, 2006
Above No. 2 “Ridin” by Chamillionaire featuring Krayzie Bone

“SexyBack,” Justin Timberlake
Two weeks with 2x points as No. 2: Sept. 9-16, 2006
Both above No. 2 “London Bridge” by Fergie

“Right Round,” Flo Rida
One week with 2x points as No. 2: Feb. 28, 2009
Above No. 2 “Dead and Gone” by T.I. featuring Justin Timberlake

“Harlem Shake,” Baauer
Four weeks with 2x points as No. 2: March 2-March 23, 2013
All above No. 2 “Thrift Shop” by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz

“Blurred Lines,” Robin Thicke featuring T.I. + Pharrell
Two weeks with 2x points as No. 2: Aug. 17-Aug. 24, 2013
Both above No. 2 “We Can't Stop” by Miley Cyrus

“Hello,” Adele
Three weeks with 2x points as No. 2: Nov. 14-Nov. 28, 2015
All above No. 2 “Sorry” by Justin Bieber

“Shape You,” Ed Sheeran
One week with 2x points as No. 2: March 25, 2017
Above No. 2 “Bad and Boujee” by Migos featuring Lil Uzi Vert

“Look What You Made Me Do,” Taylor Swift
One week with 2x points as No. 2: Sept. 16, 2017
Above No. 2 “Despacito,” by Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber

“God's Plan,” Drake
One week with 2x points as No. 2: March 3, 2018
Above No. 2 “Perfect,” by Ed Sheeran

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