YoungBoy Never Broke Again Is the Youngest Artist Ever to Secure 100 Entries on Billboard Hot 100

NBA YoungBoy makes history as he becomes the youngest artist ever to land 100 entries on the Billboard Hot 100, following the release of his sixth studio album.

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NEW ORLEANS, LA - AUGUST 25: NBA YoungBoy performs during Lil WeezyAna at Champions Square on August 25, 2018 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Erika Goldring/Getty Images)

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YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s reign continues as he breaks a major record. 

The 23-year-old made his 100th entry on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming the youngest artist to do so.  

“Big Truck” entered No. 100 on Sunday, with 6.6 million U.S. streams between April 21-27, per Billboard. The news comes after YoungBoy’s 33-track Don’t Try This at Home album debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200. His sixth studio full-length moved 60,000 album-equivalent units, marking his 14th project to make the top 10. 

The Baton Rouge native is the 13th performer to notch 100 or more entries on the Hot 100. Lil Baby was the latest to accomplish the feat, in April of last year at 27 years old, following Justin Bieber in 2021 and—all in 2020—Chris Brown, Future, and Taylor Swift

Drake currently holds the throne with 294. The Her Loss MC was welcomed into the high-achieving group in 2015 at 28 years old.

For the release of Don’t Try This at Home, YoungBoy Never Broke Again held a party for celebrities and fans at Los Angeles’ Elevate Lounge on April 20. The star was in attendance virtually as he serves out his house arrest sentence over a 2020 gun possession charge. According to TMZ, his team spent $200,000 on the occasion.

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