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As Young Thug celebrates his first career No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart (dated Aug. 31), with So Much Fun arriving with 131,000 equivalent album units earned, according to Nielsen Music, he also lands 11 songs on the Billboard Hot 100, 10 of which are from the set

Nine of the 11 tracks debut on the latest Hot 100, joining  “The London”  with J. Cole and Travis Scott  at No. 21 (after peaking at No. 12 in June), and Post Malone’s “Goodbyes”  on which he’s featured  at No. 9 (following its No. 3 peak in July).

Of the new entries, “Hot,” featuring Gunna, and “Bad Bad Bad,” featuring Lil Baby, lead the way at Nos. 26 and 32, respectively, earning Thug his eighth and ninth top 40 Hot 100 hits.

Here’s a rundown of all 11 of Young Thug’s songs on the Aug. 31-dated Hot 100 (all debuts except where noted):

Hot 100 Rank – Title

  • No. 9 – “Goodbyes,” Post Malone feat. Young Thug (peaked at No. 3)
  • No. 21 – “The London,” with J. Cole and Travis Scott (peaked at No. 12)
  • No. 26 – “Hot,” feat. Gunna
  • No. 32 – “Bad Bad Bad,” feat. Lil Baby
  • No. 55 – “What’s the Move,” feat.  Lil Uzi Vert
  • No. 60 – “Just How It Is”
  • No. 61 – “Surf,” feat. Gunna
  • No. 70 – “Sup Mate,” feat. Future
  • No. 82 – “Light It Up”
  • No. 84 – “Lil Baby”
  • No. 92 – “Ecstasy”

Thug now has 42 career Hot 100-charted songs (the same amount as Johnny Cash, Billy Joel, Kenny Rogers, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, Snoop Dogg, Keith Urban and The 4 Seasons). He first appeared on the tally  dated  March 1, 2014, with “Stoner,” which hit No. 47 the following month. His next entry, Rich Gang’s “Lifestyle,”featuring Rich Homie Quan and Thug, earned him his first top 40 hit, peaking at No. 16 in November 2014.

Young Thug boasts two Hot 100 top 10s, as, prior to “Goodbyes,” he spent a week at No. 1 in January 2018 as featured on Camila Cabello’s “Havana.”

As  previously reported, Cabello and Shawn Mendes ascend to No. 1 on the latest, Aug. 31-dated Hot 100 with “Señorita.”

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