YoungBoy Never Broke Again Sets Record as Youngest Artist to Score 100 Career Hot 100 Hits on Billboard

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Rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again has made history on the Billboard Hot 100, dated May 6, 2023. He has become the youngest artist ever to achieve 100 career Hot 100 hits, an impressive milestone for the 23-year-old artist.

The talented rapper has added his 100th total entry with his latest single, "Big Truck," which debuts at No. 100 on the chart. The song was released through Never Broke Again/Motown/Capitol Records and garnered 6.6 million official U.S. streams from April 21-27, according to Luminate.

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"Big Truck" is included on YoungBoy’s new album, "Don’t Try This at Home", which debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 chart with 60,000 equivalent album units, marking his 14th top 10.

YoungBoy is now the 13th artist in the nearly 65-year history of the Hot 100 to chart 100 or more entries, and the youngest to achieve this impressive feat.

He joins the ranks of esteemed musicians like Justin Bieber, Chris Brown, Future, and Taylor Swift. The most recent artist to join this exclusive club was Lil Baby in April 2022.

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At 23 years, six months, and two weeks old, YoungBoy has surpassed Lil Baby as the youngest artist to score 100 entries on the Hot 100 chart. Before Lil Baby, Justin Bieber held this record, achieving the milestone at 27 years, four months, and three weeks.

YoungBoy's remarkable achievement highlights his immense talent and his ability to captivate audiences worldwide.

His historic milestone proves that he is one of the most prominent and influential artists of his generation, and he continues to inspire and influence countless aspiring musicians across the world.

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