Just three months ago, Drake was being celebrated for becoming the first artist to stay on Billboard’s Hot 100 for eight straight years.

That impressive run came to an end this week after the OVO Sound leader fell off the chart for the first time since 2009.

The Toronto native’s “Passionfruit” charted at #81 last week, but the More Life song does not appear on the latest tally.

“Signs” is no longer on the chart either after dipping to #100 the previous week.

Drake’s 8-year presence on the Hot 100 began when “Best I Ever Had” entered at #92 and eventually peaked at #2.

The biggest lead-artist chart entry of his career was 2016’s “One Dance” which spent 10 nonconsecutive weeks at #1.