The hip-hop trio lands 14 songs on the Hot 100, as their new album 'Culture II' debuts atop the Billboard 200.
As Migos celebrate their second No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart (dated Feb. 10), with Culture II debuting with 199,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music, they also make Billboard chart history: The trio ties The Beatles for the most simultaneous entries on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart among groups, with 14.
Drake holds the record among all acts, as he landed 24 concurrent songs on the April 8, 2017-dated Hot 100, the week that his album More Life launched atop the Billboard 200.
Beyond The Beatles and now Migos, no other duo, group or multi-member collective has charted more than nine songs on the Hot 100 at once (led by the Glee Cast, which landed nine on Feb. 26, 2011). The Beatles had held the mark among groups all to themselves since April 11, 1964, a staggering, nearly 54-year-old record.