Lil Baby and Lil Durk’s collaborative album The Voice of the Heroes may have topped the Billboard 200 chart this week, but they’ve also scored big across the Hot 100.
The duo have landed an impressive 16 songs on the Hot 100, with “Hats Off” featuring Travis Scott debuting the highest at No. 16. Elsewhere in the top 50, “Voice of the Heroes” is No. 21, “2040” is No. 31, “How It Feels” is No. 34, “Still Runnin” featuring Meek Mill is No. 43 and “Who I Want” is No. 46.
After that, “Still Hood” comes in at No. 56, “Okay” is No. 58, “Man of My Word” is No. 60, “Medical” is No. 67, “Rich Off Pain” featuring Rod Wave is No. 68, “Lying” is No. 70, “That’s Facts” is No. 73, “Please” is No. 79 and “Up the Side” featuring Young Thug is No. 80.
The last to place is “If You Want To” at No. 99.
Lil Baby is only 26 years old but he’s already moved up to eighth in the list of rappers with the most Hot 100 entries of all time. He’s achieved 90 songs on the chart behind only Drake, Lil Wayne, Future, Nicki Minaj, Kanye West, JAY-Z and Eminem.
Lil Durk also has more Hot 100 songs in 2021 than any other artist with 33 entries, with the help of his The Voice album dropping late December 2020 and the deluxe edition arriving in January.
The Voice of the Heroes debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with roughly 150,000 total album-equivalent units in its first week. It could be the start of many albums between Lil Baby and Lil Durk, with Baby revealing they’d recorded more than one album during a March interview.
“We got songs where we just bars, we got songs where we got the vibe, we got songs with other people that’s just remakes of other songs,” he said. “It’s gonna be one of the craziest albums to ever come out … We got more than one album recorded. We’ve been locked in with each other. This shit easy.”
Stream The Voice of the Heroes below.