Nicki Minaj Becomes First Female Artist With 100 Entries on Billboard Hot 100
Nicki Minaj adds another major accomplishment to her storied career. On Monday afternoon (Nov. 5), the folks at Billboard revealed that she is officially the first female artist with 100 entries in the Billboard's Hot 100 chart.
According to the outlet, it was Tyga's, "Dip," which includes a Nicki feature, debuting at No. 83 on the Hot 100 that gave Nicki her 100th entry into the chart.
Nicki will join the likes of the Glee Cast, Drake, Lil Wayne and Elvis Presley who have also appeared on the Hot 100 chart 100 times or more. Back in March of 2017, the Queen rapper surpassed Aretha Franklin's record for Most Billboard Hot 100 Hits of Any Female Artist.
In addition to reaching another gigantic milestone, Nicki won big at the 2018 MTV Europe Music Awards last night. At the star-studded awards show, Nicki was awarded Best Look and Best Hip-Hop. She also performed her track "Good Form" and "Woman Like Me" with Little Mix.
When she hasn't been breaking records or collecting a couple wins at the EMAs, The Pinkprint rapper has been very busy. She's also set to appear on Kanye West's Yandhi album where she's on a track that addresses the issue of body shaming.
Congratulations to Nicki Minaj on her latest achievement.
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