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Lil Uzi Vert Lands 22 Songs on Hot 100, Including All New Tracks on ‘Eternal Atake’ Deluxe Edition

Lil Uzi Vert scores another massive week on Billboard‘s charts, as the rapper lands 22 songs on the latest Billboard Hot 100 chart (dated March 28), including all 14 added to the deluxe edition of his new LP, Eternal Atake.

Sparked by the arrival of its expanded version, Eternal Atake logs its second week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 247,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music.

Here’s a look at all 22 of Lil Uzi Vert’s songs on the latest Hot 100, 14 of which debut, encompassing the set’s newly-added tracks.

Rank, Title
No. 13 (debut), “Myron”
No. 19 (debut), “Bean (Kobe),” feat. Chief Keef
No. 26 (debut), “Yessirskiii,” with 21 Savage
No. 27, “Baby Pluto”
No. 37, “P2”
No. 41, “That Way”
No. 42, “Lo Mein”
No. 45 (debut), “Lotus”
No. 52, “Silly Watch”
No. 54 (debut), “Wassup,” feat. Future
No. 60 (debut), “Strawberry Peels,” feat. Young Thug & Gunna
No. 62 (debut), “Moon Relate”
No. 66 (debut), “I Can Show You”
No. 68 (debut), “Trap This Way (This Way)”
No. 72 (debut), “Leaders” feat. NAV
No. 76 (debut), “No Auto” feat. Lil Durk
No. 82, “Homecoming”
No. 83 (debut), “Come This Way”
No. 87 (debut), “Got the Guap,” feat. Young Thug
No. 89 (debut), “Money Spread,” feat. Young Nudy
No. 94, “Futsal Shuffle 2020”
No. 95, “Prices”

Uzi charted 20 songs on last week’s Hot 100 in the first charting week for Eternal Atake. In the 61-year history of the Hot 100, only two other artists have charted at least 22 songs simultaneously. Drake has achieved the feat three times, and holds the record for the most concurrent entries, with 27 on the July 14, 2018 tally, when his album Scorpion debuted atop the Billboard 200. Lil Wayne then landed 22 songs on the Hot 100 at once as his LP Tha Carter V opened atop the Oct. 13, 2018-dated Billboard 200.

With 14 debuts on the latest Hot 100, Lil Uzi Vert has now charted 62 songs on the chart in his career.

In 2020 alone, Lil Uzi Vert has charted 34 songs on the Hot 100, the most among all artists. In 2019, DaBaby finished the year with the most entries, 22. Drake had the most in 2018, with 35.