Fresh off topping the Billboard 200 with his fifth studio album Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, Kendrick Lamar continued his chart dominance this week, after all the tracks from the LP have debuted on the Billboard Hot 100, per Chart Data.
Also, Kendrick had four songs debut in the Top 10, per Billboard. In doing so, Kendrick becomes the seventh artist to accomplish the feat, joining the likes of Drake, Bad Bunny, Lil Wayne, Future, Juice WRLD, and J. Cole, after “N95” debuted at No. 3, “Die Hard” at No. 5, “Silent Hill” at No. 7, and “United In Grief” at No. 8.
Lamar’s four top 10 entries ups his Hot 100 top 10 total to 12. He previously scored top 10 hits with “Humble” (No. 1), “DNA” (No. 4), “All The Stars” (No. 7), and “Pray For Me” (No. 7). The Compton rapper also appeared as a featured guest on top 10 hits from Lil Wayne (“Mona Lisa”), Taylor Swift (“Bad Blood”), Maroon 5 (“Don’t Wanna Know”), and ASAP Rocky (“Fuckin Problems”)
The news arrives just a week after Kendrick earned his fourth consecutive No. 1 album and the biggest release week of 2022 so far with Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers. The album debuted atop the Billboard 200 chart last week after earning an impressive 295,500 equivalent album units in its first week of availability.