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Billie Eilish Earns First Hot 100 Top 10, Breaks Record For Most Simultaneous Hits Among Women

Billie Eilish tallies her first top 10 song on the Billboard Hot 100 and breaks the record for the most simultaneously charted Hot 100 titles among women, with 14.

As Billie Eilish celebrates her first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 (dated April 13), as When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? launches with 313,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music, the alt-pop singer-songwriter tallies her first top 10 song on the Billboard Hot 100 and breaks the record for the most simultaneously charted Hot 100 titles among women, with 14.

Of the album’s 13 songs, 12 make the Hot 100 (the set’s final track, “Goodbye,” falls just shy), and are joined by additional tracks “Lovely,” with Khalid, and “Ocean Eyes.”

Encompassing the Hot 100’s 60-year history, Eilish passes Cardi B, who charted 13 songs on the April 21, 2018-dated chart, concurrent with the No. 1 arrival of her debut LP Invasion of Privacy on the Billboard 200. Ariana Grande and Beyoncé both logged 12 simultaneous Hot 100 entries, coinciding with the Billboard 200-topping debuts of Thank U, Next and Lemonade on Feb. 23 this year and May 14, 2016, respectively. Rounding out the category’s top five, Taylor Swift tallied 11 titles at once when Speak Now opened atop the Billboard 200 in 2010.


Drake holds the record for most simultaneous Hot 100 entries among all acts, 27, on July 14, 2018, when Scorpion started at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

Leading the way, Eilish’s “Bad Guy” bounds onto the Hot 100 at No. 7, marking her first top 10 on the chart. She places five songs in the 40; before this week, she scored one top 40 hit, “Bury a Friend,” which reached a No. 14 high in February.

Here’s a look at all 14 of Eilish’s songs on the April 13-dated Hot 100:

Hot 100 Rank, Title
No. 7, “Bad Guy” (debut)
No. 25, “Bury a Friend”
No. 29, “When the Party’s Over” (re-entry, new peak)
No. 31, “Wish You Were Gay”
No. 35, “Xanny” (debut)
No. 41, “You Should See Me in a Crown” (re-entry, new peak)
No. 43, “My Strange Addiction” (debut)
No. 46, “All the Good Girls Go to Hell” (debut)
No. 53, “I Love You” (debut)
No. 62, “Ilomilo” (debut)
No. 63, “Listen Before I Go” (debut)
No. 79, “8” (debut)
No. 85, “Lovely,” with Khalid (peaked at No. 64)
No. 94, “Ocean Eyes” (re-entry; new peak)

With eight debuts on this week’s Hot 100, Eilish has charted 24 songs in 2019, the most of any act. Grande ranks second with 15, followed by Juice WRLD, with 10.

As previously reportedWhen We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? debuts with the second-largest week of 2019 for an album in terms of equivalent album units, after Grande’s Thank U, Next. Plus, Eilish, 17, becomes the youngest woman with a No. 1 album since Demi Lovato, who, at 16, reigned with Here We Go Again in 2009.