A day after it was revealed that Young Thug's So Much Fun is his first ever No. 1 album on the Billboard 200, it is now being reported that he's also landed 11 songs on Billboard's Hot 100 (for the week of August 31), with 10 of those spots being occupied by music from his most recent release.
Out of those 11, nine have debuted on the latest edition of the list. As for the two songs that were already on there, those would be "The London" (featuring J. Cole and Travis Scott) at the 21st spot, and "Goodbyes," which he was featured on with Post Malone, at No. 9.
As for the new entires, those include:
26.) "Hot," featuring Gunna
32.) "Bad Bad Bad," featuring Lil Baby
55.) "What's the Move," featuring Lil Uzi Vert
60.) "Just How It Is"
61.) "Surf," featuring Gunna
70.) "Sup Mate," featuring Future
82.) "Light It Up"
84.) "Lil Baby"
This bevy of debuts now gives Thug a career total of 42 in the Hot 100, which puts him in a tie with some seriously big name acts, including: Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, Snoop Dogg, and Johnny Cash. Additionally he's done this in a relatively short period of time as his first charting song ever came in March 2014 with "Stoner," which debuted at the No. 47 spot in that month of that year.