In an article reported by Gary Trust, Billboard.com, Justin Bieber has become the youngest solo artist to reach 100 career entries on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart. The 100th entry was on the July 24-dated list as “Stay,” with The Kid LAROI, launches at No. 3. You can stream “The Best of Justin Bieber” now by clicking here.
Bieber become the youngest solo artist to reach the feat as he reaches the mark at 27 years, four months and three weeks of age, spanning from his March 1, 1994, birth to the date of the latest Hot 100. He passed Drake, who achieved the 100th entries on the chart when he was 28 years, 11 months and two weeks old in 2015.
Bieber’s first entry on the chart was 12 years ago with “One Time” debuted on the 25th July, 2009-dated ranking when he was just 15 years, four months and three weeks old at the time.
Here’s a look at the top 6 Universal Music acts with the most Hot 100 appearances, dating to the chart’s Aug. 4, 1958, inception.
Most Billboard Hot 100 Hits:
- 235. Drake
- 174. Lil Wayne
- 137. Taylor Swift
- 109. Kanye West
- 102. Jay-Z
- 100. Justin Bieber
If you want to learn more about the list Most Billboard Hot 100 Hits, head over to Gary Trust from Billboard.com’s article.
Sourced and credited to: Gary Trust, Billboard.com and Universal Music Malaysia