Lil Uzi Vert has continued his hot streak.
This week, 22 of the rapper’s songs have arrived on the newest Billboard Hot 100 chart, including all 14 tracks from the deluxe edition of his new album Eternal Atake/LUV vs. The World 2, Billboard reports. The LP has now taken the No. 1 spot for the second week in a row, thanks to the expanded version garnering 247,000 equivalent album units.
New songs from the deluxe album that debuted on the chart are “Myron” at No. 13; Chief Keef-supported “Bean (Kobe)” at No. 19; “Yessirskiii” f/ 21 Savage at No. 26; “Lotus” at No. 45, and “Wassup” f/ Future at No. 54.
Uzi had 20 songs debut on the Hot 100 during Eternal Atake’s first charting week, a feat only Drake and Lil Wayne have accomplished. Drake has done this three times and is the record holder for the most simultaneous entries, with 27 after Scorpion debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in July 2018. Weezy secured 22 songs on the Hot 100 in October 2018, after Tha Carter V opened at No. 1.
Including the latest 14 song debuts on the Hot 100, Uzi has had a total of 62 songs land on the chart. In just 2020, 34 of his songs have arrived on the Hot 100, the most of any artists this year. In 2019, DaBaby had the most entries, with 22; in 2018, Drake finished with the most, at 35.