The Weeknd’s Starboy stays hot. Not only is it No. 1 on the Billboard 200, but all 18 tracks on the album have charted on the Hot 100.
This marks the second-most simultaneous entries on the chart since his fellow Canadian Drake had 20 cuts — 18 from Views — on the Hot 100 back in May. In June, Drizzy also had 18 tracks on the chart, according to Billboard.
Of the 18 Starboy tracks, four appear in the top 30: “Starboy” (featuring Daft Punk) at No. 2, “Party Monster” at No. 16, “I Feel It Coming” (also featuring Daft Punk) at No. 22, and “Sidewalks” (with Kendrick Lamar) at No. 27. The rest of the tracks are scattered from “Reminder” at No. 31 to “Ordinary Life” at No. 72.
Much of this success is owed to streaming. In fact, six of the album tracks earned more than 10 million streams in the U.S. alone for the week, including “Starboy” with 33.4 million, “Party Monster” with 16 million, and “I Feel It Coming” with 11.2 million.
As reported earlier this week, Starboy debuted at No. 1 with 348,000 equivalent album units, 117,000 of which were from streams, marking the second-largest opening streaming week of all time, behind Drizzy’s Views.