Rihanna makes chart history by earning more Top 40 hits than Jay Z and The Beatles
7 April 2020, 12:47
Singer Rihanna has made chart history, surpassing Jay-Z and The Beatles with her feature on PartNextDoor's track "Believe It".
According to Chart Data, PartyNextDoor's "Believe It" has entered the Billboard Hot 100 at no. 23 on the chart.
PND's new track "Believe It" from his PARTYMOBILE album, features the Bajan princess, RiRi. It was the first track the 32-year-old singer featured on in nearly four years.
It was revealed that the tracks success so far has given the songstress 51 Top 40 hits pushing the "Work" singer past The Beatles.
Rihanna has also surpassed her mentor Jay-Z who also has 50 Top 40 hits, making her the tenth artist in history to have more than 50 top 40 singles.
.@rihanna has now earned more top 40 hits on the Hot 100 than The Beatles and Jay-Z, becoming just the tenth artist in history to earn over 50 top 40 entries.— chart data (@chartdata) April 6, 2020
Although fans are missing Rihanna's music, she delivered a worth while wait with her vocals on PND's track.
With PND'S track"Believe It," RiRi has now had a that has charted in the Hot 100 for three whole decades (2000s, 2010s, 2020s).
.@rihanna has now charted on the Hot 100 in each of the last three decades (2000s, 2010s and 2020s).— chart data (@chartdata) April 6, 2020
Rihanna's appearance on PARTYNEXTDOOR's album doesn't mean that she's straying away from focusing on her new album.
Back in February, RiRi spoke to Entertainment Tonight where she admitted she likes to "antagonise" her fans when it comes to album delays, however new music is coming.