Migos, who seems to be on a marathon for breaking chart records, just smashed another one.
A total of 15 Culture II tracks are currently hanging out in the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, Billboard reported Thursday. With 15 simultaneous entries on the chart, the trio has now bested their previous record for most concurrently charting tracks by a duo or group with 12 Culture tracks back in February 2017.
Culture II has also led Migos to smash a record previously long-held by the Beatles. With 14 tracks in the Hot 100, Migos tied the Beatles’ decades-long record for most simultaneous entries on the chart by a group. On the non-group side of chart stats, Drake still has the record with 24 simultaneous Hot 100 entries.
"We the biggest group ever," Offset vowed during a recent Big Boy's Neighborhood interview. "Ever in hip-hop, pop, all that because every genre is motivated or structured music, is right now off us."
The "biggest group" assessment isn't too far off. Culture II has already resulted in a slew of hits, including "MotorSport" and the Pharrell-assisted "Stir Fry," and the group is apparently already resting on even more new music. According to Offset, they have a "stash" of unheard sounds with Kanye West. We're also expecting the Glacier Boyz project to drop later this month. The project is believed to involve Gucci Mane, Migos, and Lil Yachty.
Glacier Boyz Tape Otw.. me, guwop, & migos.— king of the youth (@lilyachty) February 4, 2018
Maybe Migos will offer some clarity during their upcoming pair of Saturday Night Live performances.