"FeFe," her collaboration with 6ix9ine, has pushed Nicki ahead of Kanye with 93 total entries.
"FeFe" has become Nicki Minaj's highest-charting single of 2018 with its debut at No. 4 on the Hot 100 this week. The track, which is led by controversial rapper 6ix9ine and features Nicki, is her 93rd Hot 100 entry, pushing her ahead of Kanye West's 92 total placements, according to Billboard. This puts her behind only 5 artists: Glee Cast (207), Drake (186), Lil Wayne (138), Elvis Presley (108) and JAY-Z (98).
The 6ix9ine collab is also Nicki Minaj's highest debut on the chart. Previously, "Bang Bang," Jessie J's single that debuted at No. 6, held that title for Minaj. Her highest-charting song of all time remains "Anaconda," which peaked at No. 2 in 2014, followed by "Super Bass," which peaked at No. 3 in 2011. "FeFe" is her 17th top ten, extending her lead for women in rap. Missy Elliott is just behind her with 9.
The song is 6ix9ine's highest-charting song yet. His previous high came with "Gummo," which peaked at No. 12 in December 2017.
Nicki's long-awaited fourth studio album Queen is scheduled for an August 10th release. Her new single from the album "Bed," with Ariana Grande, peaked at 42 before falling to 52 on last week's chart. "Chun-Li" peaked at No. 10 earlier in the year. If many of the songs from the album chart upon release, Nicki should be able to move upwards in the Hot 100 entry record books.