And the good times just keep on rolling for The Weeknd. Starboy, his synth-pop opus that dropped at the tail-end of November, has been smashing records harder and faster than the singer does himself in the title track’s music video. The album just hit the top of the charts, giving The Weeknd his second number one, but now an even more impressive statistic has emerged. Every single one of the album’s 18 tracks is currently charting in the Hot 100.

Funnily enough, this puts him in yet another position of almost breaking a record only to be superseded by his fellow Toronto native Drake. Earlier this year, Drizzy achieved the milestone of most tracks in the Hot 100 when all 20 songs from his expansive new album VIEWS hit the charts. And though Starboy may have recently earned the most streams in a single day on Spotify, the streaming service revealed that Drake’s VIEWS and lead single “One Dance” were respectively the most-streamed album and song in the platform’s history. Close, but no cigar, Weeknd.

Be sure to watch the music video for “Starboy” featuring Daft Punk below:

In other music news, J. Cole has shared the tracklist for his upcoming album 4 Your Eyez Only. Read it in full right here.

Music Editor