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Lil Uzi Vert Becomes Third Act With at Least 50 Streaming Songs Chart Hits

The rapper’s deluxe version of Eternal Atake pushes him to 51 entries, 30 of which have come in the three most recent chart weeks.

Prior to Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart dated March 28, just two artists -- Drake and Future -- had landed at least 50 entries on the tally in its seven-year history.

Now, make that three, courtesy of Lil Uzi Vert.

The rapper lands 12 debuts on the Streaming Songs survey dated March 28 from the newly-released deluxe version of his new album Eternal Atake, giving him 51 entries on the list.

His 12-song onslaught comes one week after he debuted 16 additional songs on the list upon the release of the standard version of Eternal Atake, as well as two weeks after Eternal Atake bonus track “That Way” and Lil Baby’s “Commercial,” on which Uzi is featured, debuted -- meaning Uzi’s overall Streaming Songs count has risen by 30 over the past three Streaming Songs charts.

Most Entries, Streaming Songs
139, Drake
58, Future
51, Lil Uzi Vert
46, Nicki Minaj
44, The Weeknd
43, Kanye West
42, Lil Wayne
41, Post Malone
41, Travis Scott
35, Lil Baby

The March 28 ranking sees Uzi’s new appearances paced by “Myron,” which bows at No. 2 with 25.6 million U.S. streams in its first week (tracking frame ending March 19), according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. “Bean (Kobe),” with 20.9 million streams, also debuts within the top 10 (No. 4), as does “Yessirskiii,” with 21 Savage (No. 7, 17.2 million).

Uzi now has 18 Streaming Songs top 10s, a mark that also puts him third all time, behind Drake and Post Malone. 12 of those 18 have come via the last three Streaming Songs charts.

Most Top 10s, Streaming Songs
40, Drake
19, Post Malone
18, Lil Uzi Vert
16, Ariana Grande
15, Justin Bieber
15, Kanye West

As previously reported, Eternal Atake spends a second week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 dated March 28, with 247,000 equivalent album units earned in its second frame.


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