After debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with his seventh studio album, Future adds another accolade to his collection.

According to a report Billboard published today (Jan. 30), eight songs from the Atlanta rapper's The Wizrd LP are currently sitting on Billboard's Hot 100 chart. Future's "Crushed Up," which recently helped him tie a Taylor Swift record, leads the way at No. 43 as it peaks after its third week on the chart. Future's other new single "Jumpin on a Jet" is currently holding down the No. 57 spot after previously landing at No. 80.

Meanwhile, six other songs make their debut on the chart including Future's Travis Scott-assisted "First Off"  (No. 47), "Never Stop" (No. 65), "Temptation" (No. 76), "Rocket Ship" (No. 79), "F&N" (No. 83) and "Call the Coroner," which closes out the list at No. 100.

As of now, Future has a grand total of 84 songs to to hit Billboard Hot 100, which makes is the 10th highest amount from an artist in the chart's 60-year history.

As we mentioned up top, The Wizrd debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart moved 126,000 equivalent album units in its first week out. The LP also generated 143.6 million on-demand audio streams, which marks Future’s largest streaming week for an album.

Future's new album has become his sixth studio album to top the charts after DS2 (2015), What a Time to Be Alive (2015), Evol (2016), his self-titled album (2017) and Hndrxx (2017).

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