Future Now Has Seven Songs Charting in the Hot 100, Including Future Hit “Selfish"

The Future is looking bright—pun intended.

The Future is looking bright—pun intended.

After scoring the first set of back-to-back No. 1 albums in consecutive weeks in music history with FUTURE and HNDRXX, Future woke up Tuesday morning to find he now has a total of seven records on this week's newly-updated Billboard Hot 100.

That number includes Maroon 5's "Cold" (No. 32) and Ariana Grande's "Everyday" (No. 58)—which both feature a guest contribution from Future—as well as "Selfish" featuring Rihanna (No. 37), "Mask Off" (No. 46), "Coming Out Strong" featuring The Weeknd (No. 48), "Draco" (No. 64) and "Used to This" featuring Drake (No. 76).

In February, after the release of their No. 1 album C U L T U R E, Migos accomplished the same feat, charting a total of seven records.

While none Future's chart entries from the last two weeks have yet to crack the top 20, the most likely contenders are "Selfish," which was the No. 1 most added song at urban radio last week, and "Mask Off," which is currently No. 2 on the iTunes Top 100 Hip-Hop & Rap Songs chart.

Future is currently occupying the top two spots on the Billboard 200, but if Drake indeed releases More Lifethis coming weekend, his quest to remain in the No. 1 position for a third straight week will come to an abrupt end.


By Z, who loves to argue with you on Twitter.

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