Chris Brown has become the first R&B artist to accomplish 100 entries on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart. The vocalist is presently the eighth artist with at any rate 100 Hot 100 entries after “Not You Too,” which is his collaboration with Drake, that appeared at No. 25 on the chart.
As a celebrated R&B vocalist, Breezy came into the music scene at age 15. His breakout single “Run It!” crested at No. 1 and his self-titled presentation album crested at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart. Over the range of his 16-year career, Breezy has had three No. 1 albums including Indigo, Fortune and F.A.M.E.
Brown who by and by makes music for himself, but in addition for the people who can identify and mess around with, believes his accomplishments are from God in addition to consistency with good talent.
As per the artist, he generally tries to remain grounded whenever he gets befuddled about what’s moving on around him. He centers around what his motivation is: putting out incredible music – That’s all!
Chris Brown took to Instagram to celebrate his new achievement and also extol Nicki Minaj for receiving her first No. 1 hit with “Say So (Remix).”
“Shout out to @nickiminaj for making HISTORY TODAY TOO!”.
Great artists who have in any event achieved this 100 Hot 100 entries include: Drake, the “Joy” cast, Lil Wayne, Elvis Presley, Nicki Minaj, Kanye West and JAY-Z.