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Migos Tie The Beatles For Most Simultaneous Hot 100 Entries By A Group

Migos Tie The Beatles For Most Simultaneous Hot 100 Entries By A Group

by | 8th February 2018
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Hip-Hop group the Migos have made history, tying The Beatles for the most simultaneous entries on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart among groups with 14.

 

According to Billboard the rap trio made up of Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff managed to reach this feat mostly with songs from their 24-track album Culture II, which bowed at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 199,000 equivalent album units. Thirteen of the songs came from the album, while the 14th was their Gucci Mane collaboration “I Get the Bag”.

 

Three of these songs reached the top 20. Featuring Nicki Minaj and Cardi B, “MotorSport” is the highest Migos song on the chart this week at No. 8. “Stir Fry” follows at No. 12 and the Drake-assisted “Walk It Talk It” arrives at No. 18.

 

The Beatles were alone with the record for almost 54 years. The closest any multi-member collective has been to that record was the cast of “Glee,” which scored nine songs on the Hot 100 in 2011.

 

Drake still holds the record for most simultaneous tracks on the Hot 100 among all artists with 24, thanks to songs off his More Life playlist.