Justin Bieber Passes Drake to Set New Billboard Hot 100 Record

Thanks to the new track “Stay” that he’s on with The Kid LAROI, Justin Bieber has broke a Billboard Hot 100 record that was previously held by Drake.


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Justin Bieber has just made history after becoming the youngest solo artist in history to notch 100 entries on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. Bieber reached the milestone at 27-years-old, dethroning Drake, who previously held the record after getting his 100th entry at 28.

.@justinbieber becomes the youngest solo artist in history to earn 100 career entries on the #Hot100, thanks to the debut of "Stay" this week.

He reaches the mark at 27 years and four months old. He passes @Drake, who reached the mark at 28 years and 11 months old in 2015.

— billboard charts (@billboardcharts) July 20, 2021

.@justinbieber has now earned 100 total entries on the Hot 100. He becomes the youngest artist to achieve this milestone.

— chart data (@chartdata) July 19, 2021

According to Billboard, Bieber accomplished this record-breaking feat with the song “Stay” that he’s on with The Kid LAROI. That song currently sits at No. 3 on the charts. Before Bieber passed Drake, the artist who previously sat below Drizzy as the second youngest artist to reach 100 songs on the charts was Lil Wayne, who accomplished the feat at 29.

Bieber also joins a rare company, sitting behind Drake, the cast of Glee, Lil Wayne, Taylor Swift, Future, Nicki Minaj, Elvis Presley, Kanye West, Chris Brown, and Jay-Z as the only artist with triple-figure Hot 100 hits in their career.

Artists with the most career #Hot100-charting hits:

235, @Drake
207, @OfficialGLEEtv
174, @LilTunechi
137, @taylorswift13
123, @1future
109, @ElvisPresley
109, @kanyewest
103, @chrisbrown
102, Jay-Z
100, @justinbieber

— billboard charts (@billboardcharts) July 20, 2021

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