Aretha Franklin becomes the first female, and just the fourth artist overall, to place 100 career titles on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart (since it became a multi-metric ranking in 1958), as "Rolling in the Deep (The Aretha Version)" debuts at No. 47.
Franklin trails only Lil Wayne (135 entries), Jay Z (127) and James Brown (111) among all acts during that span. The Queen of Soul first hit the list 54 years ago this month, when "Today I Sing the Blues" entered the Oct. 24, 1960, chart on its way to a No. 10 peak. She had last graced the ranking with "How Long I've Been Waiting," which reached No. 91 in February 2012.