Migos break their "Culture" record with "Culture II."
Migos' are the hottest group on the planet right now but if you ask them, they'll say they're the biggest group ever. While many have tried to argue the claim, their achievements back it up, especially on the charts. Upon its release, Culture II debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 which marks their second consecutive number one debut. They continue to make major marks with their latest album which has now helped them beat their own record on the Hot R&B and Hip Hop charts.
Billboard reports that fifteen songs off of Culture II have simultaneously charted on the R&B and Hip Hop charts. This marks a new record for most simultaneous records on the Hot R&B and Hip Hop charts by a group or duo which they previously held with Culture. 12 tracks off that album made their way onto the chart in February 2017. Clearly, they still have the hype they've built all of last year hasn't died down one bit.
Last week, the group hit another mark on the Billboard Hot 100 as they tied The Beatles for most simultaneous entries on the charts among groups. They became the first group in 50 years to hit the mark. The group had fourteen songs as the time hit the Hot 100. It made them the only other group aside from the Beatles to have more than nine songs on the chart.
Look at their charting songs below.
No. 4, "MotorSport," with Nicki Minaj & Cardi B
No. 5, "Stir Fry"
No. 11, "Walk It Talk It," feat. Drake
No. 17, "Narcos"
No. 18, "I Get the Bag" Gucci Mane feat. Migos
No. 24, "BBO (Bad Bitches Only)," feat. 21 Savage
No. 26, "Notice Me," feat. Post Malone
No. 27, "Supastars"
No. 31, "White Sand," feat. Travis Scott, Ty Dolla $ign & Big Sean
No. 35, "Gang Gang"
No. 40, "Higher We Go (Intro)"
No. 41, "Auto Pilot"
No. 43, "Emoji a Chain"
No. 45, "CC," feat. Gucci Mane
No. 49, "Too Much Jewelry"