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The Weeknd Has Now Charted More Than 100 Songs on the Hot 100 Thanks to Future & Metro Boomin Collabs

The Weeknd has achieved numerous Billboard chart achievements, including seven No. 1 songs on the Billboard Hot 100 and four No. 1 albums on the Billboard 200. Now he marks his latest milestone by becoming the 18th artist to chart at least 100 career hits on the Hot 100.

The superstar ups his total from 99 to 101 Hot 100 entries, thanks to a pair of guest appearances on Future and Metro Boomin’s new Billboard 200 No. 1 album We Still Don’t Trust You: the set’s title track, which debuts at No. 22, and “All to Myself,” which starts at No. 67.

The Weeknd is the third artist to pass 100 Hot 100 hits in 2024, after 21 Savage, who reached the sum in January thanks to tracks from his album American Dream, and Beyoncé, who did so two weeks ago via songs from her LP Cowboy Carter.

Here’s a look at all 18 artists in the 100 Hot 100 hits club, as of the chart dated April 27, 2024.

Most Billboard Hot 100 Hits

  • 329, Drake
  • 232, Taylor Swift
  • 207, Glee cast
  • 199, Future
  • 186, Lil Wayne
  • 157, Kanye West
  • 148, Nicki Minaj
  • 139, Lil Baby
  • 117, Chris Brown
  • 115, Travis Scott
  • 109, Elvis Presley (whose career start predated the Hot 100’s inception)
  • 108, Lil Uzi Vert
  • 107, Beyoncé
  • 105, Justin Bieber
  • 105, Jay-Z
  • 104, YoungBoy Never Broke Again
  • 103, 21 Savage
  • 101, The Weeknd

Of The Weeknd’s 101 career Hot 100 entries, seven have hit No. 1, 18 have reached the top 10 and 50 have peaked in the top 40.

Concurrently, Future ups his career total to 199 Hot 100 hits, thanks to 14 debuts from We Still Don’t Trust You. He surpasses Lil Wayne for the fourth-most appearances in history, after Drake, Taylor Swift and the Glee cast. Metro Boomin, who is also credited on all 14 debuts, pushes his count to 87.

As for who might be next in line to reach triple-digit Hot 100 hits, the acts closest are Eminem, currently with 96, Bad Bunny (93), Young Thug (93), Lil Durk (92), the late James Brown (91), J. Cole (87), Metro Boomin (87), Ariana Grande (84) and the late Juice WRLD (80).

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