Minaj makes a big appearance as included on Major Lazer’s “Keep running Up,” denoting her 71st section, one more than Swift’s aggregate. Among ladies, just Aretha Franklin has more: 73.
Nicki Minaj breaks a tie with Taylor Swift for the second-most Billboard Hot 100 appearances among ladies, as she makes a big appearance as highlighted (with PARTYNEXTDOOR) on Major Lazer’s “Keep running Up” at No. 66 (on the diagram dated Feb. 18). Presently with 71 Hot 100 passages, Minaj one-ups Swift, who has made 70 visits.
Minaj and Swift trail just Aretha Franklin for the most Hot 100 hits among ladies, as the Queen of Soul gloats 73.
Here is an overhauled tally of the female soloists with the most outlined Hot 100 sections dating to the positioning’s Aug. 4, 1958, commencement (however the diagram dated Feb. 18):
Most Hot 100 Entries Among Women All-Time
73, Aretha Franklin
71, Nicki Minaj
70, Taylor Swift
56, Dionne Warwick
53, Connie Francis
48, Brenda Lee
47, Mariah Carey
43, Miley Cyrus
41, Barbra Streisand
40, Mary J. Blige
40, Janet Jackson
40, Diana Ross
Outstandingly, and in accordance with the synergistic way of hip-bounce, Minaj has been credited as a lead craftsman on 27 of her Hot 100 sections and included on 44; Swift has been the lead on 67 of her 70 diagram passages; and Franklin has bragged lead charging on every one of the 73 of her Hot 100 hits (with quite a bit of her profession originating before years in which highlighted credits got to be distinctly normal).
Among all demonstrations, the cast of Fox’s Glee leads with 207 diagrammed Hot 100 titles, trailed by Lil Wayne (133) and Drake (132). Franklin is in tenth place among all represents the most noteworthy aggregate and Minaj ties The Beatles for eleventh (with her 70th Hot 100 hit, “Dark Barbies,” with Mike WiLL Made-It, a reimagination of Rae Sremmurd’s “Dark Beatles,” highlighting Gucci Mane).
Quick, in the mean time, appreciates her very own amazing week with her Zayn collab “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever (Fifty Shades Darker),” which hits another high on the Hot 100, rising 5-3.