Now with 113, she passes Nicki Minaj, with 110.
Taylor Swift breaks the account for essentially the most Billboard Hot 100 entries amongst females within the chart’s 62-one 12 months historical past. Now with 113, as of the chart dated Aug. 8, she passes Nicki Minaj, with 110.
Swift’s “Cardigan” launches at No. 1 on the Hot 100, as all 16 songs on the customary model of guardian albumFolkloredebut on the chart, lifting her whole from 97 to 113 occupation charted titles.
That’s an up to date quiz on the females with essentially the most Hot 100 appearances, relationship to the chart’s Aug. 4, 1958, inception.
Most Hot 100 Entries Among Females
113, Taylor Swift
110, Nicki Minaj
73, Aretha Franklin
56, Dionne Warwick
53, Connie Francis
52, Ariana Grande
49, Miley Cyrus
48, Mariah Carey
48, Brenda Lee
41, Mary J. Blige
41, Janet Jackson
41, Barbra Streisand
Minaj had held the mark for essentially the most Hot 100 entries amongst females all to herself since April 1, 2017, when she handed Franklin’s sum of 73. (The 2 had been tied the outdated two weeks.) Before that, Franklin totally boasted the account for practically 40 years, beginning June 18, 1977 (when “Spoil It to Me Gently” debuted as her 54th entry, pushing her forward of the prior account-holder amongst females, Connie Francis).
Swift has scored the fourth-most Hot 100 entries amongst all acts, whereas Minaj now ranks sixth. The leaders total: Drake (224);GleeStable (207); Lil Wayne (169); Swift (113); Future (111); and Minaj (110).
Now with 28 Hot 100prime 10s, as she provides three (“Cardigan,” at No. 1; “The 1,” at No. 4; and “Exile,” that includes Bon Iver, at No. 6), Swift ties for the third-most prime 10s amongst females and the sixth-most total. The acts with essentially the most prime 10s: Drake (40); Madonna (38); The Beatles (34); Rihanna (31); Michael Jackson (30); Mariah Carey and Swift (28 every).
Plus, Swift collects 10 newprime 40Hot 100 hits, extending her account amongst females to 73. She stays in fourth area total, after Drake (113), Lil Wayne (83) and Elvis Presley (81).
All charts dated Aug. Eight will change day after at present (Aug. 4) on Billboard.com.