While it may be more common that full albums are making the Billboard Streaming Songs Chart it’s still an impressive feat.
With 17 entries into the Top 200 however, Scott broke the 17-song threshold for just the 9th week in the chart’s history. Drizzy was able to put up 22 of his tracks from Scorpion into the Top 200 in the second-to-last week of July.
Travis Scott also holds the top spot on Billboard’s On-Demand Streaming Songs, which is described as full albums that are more accessible with a single click.
Congrats to Travis Scott! Where’s the party at?