NBA Youngboy has become the youngest artist in history to have over 100 career entries on the Billboard Hot 100 chart — he’s just 23.
According to Billboard, thanks to the release of his latest track, “Big Truck,” NBA Youngboy has now become the youngest artist ever to reach this chart milestone. The track, which appears on his latest album, Don’t Try This at Home.
The rapper’s recent project debuted at No.5 on the Billboard 200 with 60,000 equivalent album units — marking his 14th top 10. Overall, YoungBoy is the 13th act in the Hot 100’s nearly 65-year history to chart 100 or more entries.
Some of the previous artists to reach the milestone include Lil Baby, Drake, Justin Bieber, Chris Brown, Future and Taylor Swift.
In other related news, NBA Youngboy has reportedly welcomed his 11th child.
While YoungBoy has yet to confirm the birth of his 11th child, the rapper’s fanbase identified the mother as Drew Valentina, who previously was suspected to be pregnant with YoungBoy’s baby after she posted a baby bump selfie on Instagram back in November
“thank u for choosing me to be your mommy,” she wrote at the time.
The gender and name of the baby are currently unknown at this time, but this new baby comes after YoungBoy welcomed his tenth child into the world, a baby boy, back in 2022.
The “Top” rapper announced the birth of his son — whose mother is the rapper’s fiancée Jazlyn Mychelle — last September, and posted a photo of him cradling and feeding the new baby on his YouTube channel.
“We got left today for a little but it’s cool,” he captioned the special moment.
YoungBoy reportedly has eight other children with seven different women, including five sons and three daughters.
On the music side of things, the rapper reunited with Nicki Minaj last month for his new song “WTF,” which marks YoungBoy and Nicki’s third joint effort following the Mike WiLL Made-It-assisted “What That Speed Bout,” which cracked the Billboard Hot 100’s Top 40 in 2020.
The pair also linked up for “I Admit,” off YoungBoy’s Ma’ I Got a Family project, which dropped last year