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Migos Tie The Beatles For Most Simultaneous Billboard Hot 100 Entries

Just a little over a year after Childish Gambino declared Migos their generation’s version of The Beatles, Quavo, Offset and Takeoff continue to make his words seem prophetic.

On Monday (Feb. 5), the folks at Billboard revealed that the Atlanta rap trio tied the iconic British group for most simultaneous entries into the Billboard Hot 100 chart among groups after getting 14 singles on the list. The Beatles accomplished the feat well over half a century ago, on April 11, 1964.

Leading Migos group of songs is “Motorsport,” which features Nicki Minaj and Cardi B. The track is currently holding down the No. 8 spot. Other entries include “Stir Fry” (No. 12), the Drake-assisted “Walk It Talk It” (No. 18), “Narcos” (No. 36) and obviously, several others. The one song that doesn’t belong to Migos is Gucci Mane’s “I Get the Bag,” a track on which the group is featured.

Check out the list of Migos’ 14 Billboard Hot 100 chart entries below. Peep The Beatles’ list of 14 Billboard Hot 100 chart entries beneath that.

Migos’ 14 Simultaneous Billboard Hot 100 Chart Entries

No. 8, “Motorsport,” Migos Feat/ Nicki Minaj and Cardi B,
No. 12, “Stir Fry”
No. 18, “Walk It Talk It,” Feat. Drake
No. 36, “Narcos”
No. 37, “I Get the Bag,” Gucci Mane Feat. Migos
No. 48, “BBO (Bad Bitches Only),” Feat. 21 Savage
No. 52, “Notice Me,” Feat. Post Malone
No. 53, “Supastars”
No. 64, “White Sand,” Feat. Travis Scott, Ty Dolla $ign & Big Sean
No. 73, “Gang Gang”
No. 83, “Higher We Go (Intro)”
No. 85, “Auto Pilot”
No. 87, “Emoji a Chain”
No. 96, “CC,” Feat. Gucci Mane

The Beatles’ 14 Simultaneous Billboard Hot 100 Chart Entries 

No. 1, “Can’t Buy Me Love”
No. 2, “Twist and Shout”
No. 4, “She Loves You”
No. 7, “I Want to Hold Your Hand”
No. 9, “Please Please Me”
No. 14, “Do You Want to Know a Secret”
No. 38, “I Saw Her Standing There”
No. 48, “You Can’t Do That”
No. 50, “All My Loving,”
No. 52, “From Me to You”
No. 61, “Thank You Girl”
No. 74, “There’s a Place”
No. 78, “Roll Over Beethoven”
No. 81, “Love Me Do”

Source: XXL Magazine

Featured Image: HipHopDX

Inset Image: Dia Dipasupil / Terry Disney, Getty Images (2)

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