He’s just the fifth artist to land at least 17 titles on the Hot 100 simultaneously.
As Travis Scott celebrates his second No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart (dated Aug. 18) — thanks to his third LP Astroworld opening with 537,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music — all 17 tracks from the set debut on the Billboard Hot 100.
"Sicko Mode" and "Stargazing" debut at Nos. 4 and 8 on the Hot 100, respectively, earning the rapper his second and third top 10s on the chart. He first reached the region as a featured act (with Quavo) on Drake's "Portland" last year.
As both tracks debut in the Hot 100 top 10, Scott becomes the fourth act to debut multiple songs in the tier simultaneously. Drake has achieved the feat three times and debuted a record four titles in the top 10 on the July 14-dated chart, while Ed Sheeran and J. Cole have also earned the honor.
"Sicko Mode," the third track on Astroworld, sports guest vocals from Drake and Swae Lee (although neither is billed as a credited artist on the track). Nearly all 17 songs on the LP feature notable guest vocals (but no credited artist billings), including 21 Savage, James Blake, Kid Cudi, Frank Ocean, Quavo, The Weeknd and Stevie Wonder.
Scott becomes the seventh act to tally at least 10 songs on the Hot 100 in a single week in 2018, joining Cardi B, J. Cole, Drake, Logic, Migos and Post Malone.
Here is a look at all Scott's songs (all debuts except for "Butterfly Effect") on the new, Aug. 18-dated Hot 100:
"Butterfly Effect," which Scott released in May 2017, first reached No. 51 on the Hot 100 dated Nov. 4, 2017.
In the Hot 100's 60-year history, only four other acts have charted at least 17 entries simultaneously. Drake has logged at least 17 songs six times and holds the record for the most concurrent entries: 27, on the chart dated July 14 when his latest album, Scorpion, debuted atop the Billboard 200 and all 25 its tracks graced the Hot 100. Justin Bieber, Post Malone and The Weeknd have each charted at least 17 songs at once.
With 16 additional Hot 100 entries, Scott brings his career total to 40, tying Mary J. Blige, Bobby Darin, the Isley Brothers, Janet Jackson, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Diana Ross, Snoop Dogg and Andy Williams. The Glee Cast leads all acts with 207 visits, while runner-up Drake holds the record among soloists with 187.