Nicki Minaj has made history as her latest collab with Tyga on “Dip” debuts at No. 83 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart dated Nov. 10, Billboard reports. Her newest entry makes Minaj the first female artist in history to score 100 spots on the chart.
The Grammy-nominated rapper also joins an elite group of only four other artists who have attained at least 100 entries on the chart. The “Glee” cast reportedly earned an impressive 207 Hot 100 entries, while Drake came in second with 191, Lil Wayne scored 160 and the late, great King of Rock and Roll Elvis Presley scored a little more than Minaj at 108.
In achieving this milestone, Minaj falls in fifth place, just above JAY-Z who scored 98 entries. Of 16 artists ranked, two other females appear including Taylor Swift in tenth place with 77 entries and Aretha Franklin tying Eminem for 14th place with 73 entries.
Minaj has notably earned all of her Hot 100 entries since her 2010 debut as a featured artist on “Knockout” by Lil Wayne. Of all her Hot 100 hits, “Anaconda” ranked the highest, coming in at No. 2 back in 2014.
The “Super Bass” songstress is enjoying huge success with her latest studio album, Queen, which dropped back in August. The album peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart and topped the R & B Albums chart in the UK. She won a 2018 MTV Video Music Award for Best Hip Hop Video for the song’s lead single, “Chun-Li.”
Minaj is featured on Little Mix’s new single, “Woman Like Me” and appears in the music video for the track. is currently touring with Future on the Nicki Minaj & Future: NICKIHNDRXX TOUR, which includes a stop at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado on Nov. 6 (Tickets).