Rihanna continues to flex her muscle on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
According to the publication, the singer has become the only artist to have earned at least one number-one single on the chart from seven consecutive studio albums. Her latest topper, “Work” with Drake, pushes Rihanna past Mariah Carey who has to nab number-one singles from six consecutive, non-seasonal studio albums.
Last week, Rihanna learned that she broke a chart tie with Michael Jackson and she’s now is alone with the third-most number-ones in the history of the Hot 100, following Mariah and The Beatles, though not all of Rihanna’s chart-toppers involved her as a lead artist.
Here’s a list of Rihanna’s albums and Hot 100 chart-toppers they contained:
A Girl Like Me (2006): “SOS”
Good Girl Gone Bad (2007): “Umbrella,” “Take a Bow,” “Disturbia”
Rated R (2009): “Rude Boy”
Loud (2010): “What’s My Name?,” “Only Girl (in the World),” “S&M”
Talk That Talk (2011): “We Found Love”
Unapologetic (2012): “Diamonds”
Anti (2016): “Work”
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