Juice WRLD Charts 17 Songs From 'Legends Never Die' on Billboard Hot 100

He joins the Beatles and Drake as the only acts with at least 5 simultaneous top 10s.

As Juice WRLD's posthumous LP Legends Never Die soars in at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart (dated July 25) with 497,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data, the largest weekly this sum this year, the late singer/rapper lands 17 tracks, all from the set, on the Billboard Hot 100.

Five of the 17 songs chart in the Hot 100's top 10, as Juice WRLD becomes just the third act in the chart's 62-year history to score at least that many songs in the region simultaneously, joining only The Beatles and Drake.

Juice WRLD's "Come & Go," with Marshmello, leads his total at No. 2, matching his breakthrough 2018 hit "Lucid Dreams" for his best rank.

Here's a look at all 17 of Juice WRLD's songs on the latest Hot 100; all are debuts except where noted:

Rank, Title
No. 2, "Come & Go," with Marshmello
No. 5, "Wishing Well"
No. 7, "Conversations"
No. 9, "Life's a Mess," with Halsey (new peak; up from No. 74)
No. 10, "Hate the Other Side," with Marshmello, feat. Polo G & The Kid LAROI
No. 12, "Blood on My Jeans"
No. 14, "Titanic"
No. 15, "Righteous" (re-entry; peaked at No. 11 in May)
No. 16, "Bad Energy"
No. 34, "Stay High"
No. 35, "Fighting Demons"
No. 38, "Tell Me U Luv Me," with Trippie Redd (re-entry; new peak)
No. 42, "Up Up and Away"
No. 46, "Screw Juice"
No. 47, "I Want It"
No. 50, "Can't Die"
No. 51, "Man of the Year"

Juice WRLD has now charted 25 total songs on the Hot 100 in 2020, the fourth-most among all artists, after Lil Uzi Vert (36), Lil Baby (30) and DaBaby (27). With 14 debuts, he ups his career count to 48 Hot 100 entries, matching the sums of Paul Anka, Brook Benton, Mariah Carey, Kendrick Lamar and Brenda Lee. (Drake leads all artists with 222 appearances.)

Juice WRLD died at age 21 on Dec. 8, 2019, with the cause of death announced in January.

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