Thanks to a recent spike in listeners of DJ Khaled's "Top Off" featuring Jay-Z, Future, and Beyoncé, Queen B has dethroned Nicki Minaj's previous record on the Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Billboard chart. Marking her 30th top 10 release, "Top Off" has resulted in Nicki losing her spot as the female artist with the most entries on the chart's top 10. Billboard reports that "Top Off" jumped from No. 13 on the chart to No. 9, with a 14 percent increase in plays from the previous chart week.
Of the songs of hers that have entered the top 10, 12 of them managed to reach the No. 1 spot, making her the only female artist to do so. Beyoncé is now seventh on the all-time list, over 15 years out from her first entry on the chart back in 2002 with her Jay-Z collaboration "03 Bonnie and Clyde."
The only artists with more top 10 hits are Drake with 56, Lil Wayne with 54, Chris Brown with 48, Jay-Z with 35, Usher with 32, and T.I. with 31. Meanwhile, "Top Off" is DJ Khaled's 14th entry on the top 10, and Future's 24th. Elsewhere on the chart, SZA scored her fourth entry on the chart's top 10 with "Broken Clocks."