Post Malone is enjoying a banner week on the U.S. pop charts – all 17 tracks from his new number one album, Hollywood’s Bleeding, have hit the Billboard Hot 100 countdown.
Four of the songs have landed in the top 10 – a feat matched by only five other acts.
The rapper has now scored 44 mentions on the U.S. singles chart, matching the totals of J. Cole, Pitbull, and Frank Sinatra, according to Billboard.
Post’s highest debut on this week’s countdown, Take What You Want, gives collaborator Ozzy Osbourne his first U.S. top 10 hit in three decades. The track, which also features Travis Scott, bows at eight.