Chart Check [Hot 100]: Drake Earns 70th Top 40 Hit, Migos Ties Beatles Record

Published: Tuesday 6th Feb 2018 by Rashad

Those who complained about the male domination of 2017’s Hot 100 charts may see themselves repeating the complaint in 2018 as the tally is being ruled yet again by men.

As we reported here, last week Drake made Billboard and Spotify history when his latest tune – ‘God’s Plan’ – saw him enter the singles chart at #1.  With this week’s refreshed charts seeing him roosted on the Hot 100 perch for a second consecutive week, the Young Money rapper was greeted with even more news – he’s now earned his 70th top 40 hit (160th Hot 100 entry overall) thanks to a feature on rap trio Migos’ latest hit, ‘Walk It Talk It.’

Found aboard their recent chart-topping album, ‘Culture II,’ the tune is one of 14 to land on the Hot 100 this week.  The accomplishment ties them with legendary rockers The Beatles for most simultaneous entries on the chart.  As we extend our congratz to both Migos and Drake, tuck in to see who join them in the top 40 on this week’s ‘TGJ Chart Check:  Hot 100’ edition:


Hot 100 This Week


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  1. Olusheyi February 6, 2018

    Happy for him. I actually love the “God’s Plan” song

  2. Jasmine February 7, 2018

    Congrats to my men Drake and Bruno and congrats to all the women on the charts. There are more women than men on the charts so why all the whining???????????????????????????????????????????????????? Camilla has heavy radio play on Havana. Cardi B got more than 2 hot song on the charts. Women are running this thing so people need to wake up, stop imagining women are not making money moves, and the b|tches whining about “Me Too” should start saying “we run this” instead.

    • Caleb February 7, 2018

      Tf does this have anything to do with anything other than giving you an excuse to b**** about women?

  3. JOHNVIDAL February 7, 2018

    LOL An absolute joke.

  4. SdotB February 7, 2018

    Kinda sucks how the “charts” work in modern times. It’s not fair to the Beatles or anyone else before the digital era to say Migos ties the Beatles with 14 simultaneous entries. For the Beatles, they had 14 separate “SINGLES” that they released “INDIVIDUALLY”, and the GP were interested enough to make them individually chart, simultaneously. Now in modern days, people can just purchase or stream which songs they like without having to buy the whole album, allowing them to chart at the same time…it feels like cheating. It’s way too easy nowadays. You don’t need to release any singles to chart.

    Music def had way more of an impact before, and artists had to put in way more work, creativity, & time in order to achieve success. Most of these chart achievements just don’t seem to hold the same weight as they used to. Funny though, music isn’t selling nearly as much as it used to, but it’s surely charting faster and easier. Food for thought.

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