Rihanna probably couldn’t stop winning even if she tried. After making history by becoming the third artist with the most number one hits on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart (eleven as the lead artist and three as a featured artist), the bad gal is breaking records again.
With her DJ Khaled assisted song, “Wild Thoughts,” landing at number four on the charts, Rih Rih ends 12 weeks of no female artist in the top five, which we haven’t seen since 1972. Taylor Swift was the last woman to creep in the top five with “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever (Fifty Shades Darker),” with Zayn, placing at No. 3 (after peaking at No. 2) back on April 8.
That’s Black girl magic. Congrats, Rihanna!