One day after bringing home two prizes from 2018 MTV EMAs, the ‘Super Bass’ hitmaker learns she becomes the first woman to score 100 appearances on the Billboard Hot 100.
Nicki Minaj has made U.S. chart history by becoming the first woman to score 100 appearances on the Billboard Hot 100.
She managed the feat by debuting her new Tyga collaboration, “Dip”, at 83 on the new countdown on Monday, November 05.
Only the “Glee” cast, Drake, Lil Wayne, and Elvis Presley have notched up more mentions on the Hot 100, while Minaj now has two hits on Jay-Z.
The “Super Bass” hitmaker scored her first Billboard Hot 100 hit as a featured artist on Lil Wayne’s “Knockout” in February 2010. During her run, she enjoyed 17 top 10s and her biggest hit was “Anaconda”, which reached number two in 2014.
The new chart feat comes a day after Minaj became a double winner at the MTV European Music Awards in Spain.
Meanwhile, Maroon 5 and Nicki’s rap rival Cardi B‘s “Girls Like You” has notched up a seventh week at the top of America’s Billboard Hot 100 chart. The track has narrowly beaten Travis Scott (II)‘s “Sicko Mode” to the top spot, while Marshmello and Bastille‘s “Happier” rises a spot to three.
Juice WRLD‘s “Lucid Dreams” and Post Malone‘s “Better Now” complete the new top five.