The hip-hop trio lands 14 songs on the Hot 100, as their new album ‘Culture II’ debuts atop the Billboard 200.

With the debut of Culture II, Migos charts 14 tracks on this week’s Hot 11, tying the Beatles for the most entries ever by a group in a single week (April 1964). According to Nielsen Music, Culture II debuted with 199,000 equivalent album units.

Toronto rapper Drake holds the record among all acts, landing 24 concurrent songs on the April 8, 2017-dated Hot 100, the week that his album More Life launched atop the Billboard 200.

Of Migos’ 14 entries, 13 are from Culture II; the other is as a featured act on Gucci Mane’s “I Get the Bag” (at No. 37 after reaching No. 11).

Here’s a look at all 14 of Migos’ songs on the new, Feb. 10-dated Hot 100:

Rank, Title, Artist billing for titles other than by only Migos
No. 8, “Motorsport,” Migos, Nicki Minaj & Cardi B, No. 8
No. 12, “Stir Fry”
No. 18, “Walk It Talk It,” feat. Drake
No. 36, “Narcos”
No. 37, “I Get the Bag,” Gucci Mane feat. Migos
No. 48, “BBO (Bad Bitches Only),” feat. 21 Savage
No. 52, “Notice Me,” feat. Post Malone
No. 53, “Supastars”
No. 64, “White Sand,” feat. Travis Scott, Ty Dolla $ign & Big Sean
No. 73, “Gang Gang”
No. 83, “Higher We Go (Intro)”
No. 85, “Auto Pilot”
No. 87, “Emoji a Chain”
No. 96, “CC,” feat. Gucci Mane

And here’s a look at all 14 of The Beatles’ songs on the April 11, 1964-dated Hot 100:

Rank, Title
No. 1, “Can’t Buy Me Love”
No. 2, “Twist and Shout”
No. 4, “She Loves You”
No. 7, “I Want to Hold Your Hand”
No. 9, “Please Please Me”
No. 14, “Do You Want to Know a Secret”
No. 38, “I Saw Her Standing There”
No. 48, “You Can’t Do That”
No. 50, “All My Loving,”
No. 52, “From Me to You”
No. 61, “Thank You Girl”
No. 74, “There’s a Place”
No. 78, “Roll Over Beethoven”
No. 81, “Love Me Do”

For years, a recurring discussion among rap music fans and/or gleeful agitators has been “Migos are better than the Beatles.” Now, thanks to Atlanta rap trio’s massive popularity and incredibly long new album, there’s now evidence that they’re at least statistical equals to the Beatles in some respects.

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