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The Weeknd Charts Entire 'Starboy' Album on Hot 100

The Weeknd 2016
Nabil Elderkin

The Weeknd

All of the new set's 18 songs appear on the chart, the second-best total of simultaneous Hot 100 entries after Drake's 20 in May.

As his new album Starboy shoots in at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 (dated Dec. 17), The Weeknd charts all 18 songs on the set on the Billboard Hot 100. With 18 tracks on the Hot 100 at once, The Weeknd boasts the second-most simultaneous entries, after Drake charted 20 at the same time on the Hot 100 dated May 21, the same week that his album Views debuted atop the Billboard 200. (Drake also charted 18 titles on the June 4 Hot 100.)

Notably, The Weeknd ties Drake for the most simultaneously charted Hot 100 titles from a single album, as the week that Drake charted 20, 18 were from Views.

As previously reported, the Starboy title cut, featuring Daft Punk, rebounds from No. 3 for a sixth week at its No. 2 peak on the Hot 100. "Party Monster" ranks second-highest among the album's tracks, surging 39-16, followed by "I Feel It Coming" (also featuring Daft Punk; 48-22), the set's second radio single, which additionally debuts on the Pop Songs airplay chart at No. 33.

Here is a look at all 18 Starboy songs that The Weeknd places on the latest Hot 100:

No. 2, "Starboy," feat. Daft Punk (up from No. 3)
No. 16, "Party Monster" (up from No. 39)
No. 22, "I Feel It Coming," feat. Daft Punk (up from No. 48)
No. 27, "Sidewalks," feat. Kendrick Lamar (new)
No. 31, "Reminder" (new)
No. 34, "Six Feet Under" (new)
No. 43, "Die for You" (new)
No. 44, "Rockin' " (new)
No. 46, "All I Know," feat. Future (new)
No. 47, "Secrets" (new)
No. 48, "True Colors" (new)
No. 55, "False Alarm" (re-entry)
No. 61, "Stargirl Interlude," feat. Lana Del Rey (new)
No. 67, "Attention" (new)
No. 68, "Nothing Without You" (new)
No. 69, "A Lonely Night" (new)
No. 71, "Love to Lay" (new)
No. 72, "Ordinary Life" (new)

Streaming is the main driver for the bulk of Starboy's Hot 100-charted songs (the title track lead single also boasts hefty airplay and sales; 125 million in audience and 53,000 sold, respectively, according to Nielsen Music). Six of the set's cuts each drew more than 10 million U.S. streams in the tracking week (ending Dec. 1): "Starboy" (33.4 million), "Party Monster" (16 million), "I Feel It Coming" (11.2 million), "Reminder" (10.6 million), "Sidewalks" (10.3 million) and "Six Feet Under" (10.1 million).

As previously noted, Starboy's arrival received a jolt from streaming equivalent album units, as a whopping 117,000 of its total unit sum were driven by streaming units (equaling 175.2 million streams of Starboy's songs in the week). That's the second-largest debut streaming week ever, following that of Drake's Views, which clocked 163,000 streaming units in its opening frame (equating to 245.1 million streams of songs from the album that week).

The Hot 100, and all Billboard charts, will update tomorrow (Dec. 6) on