NBA YoungBoy has surpassed JAY-Z for having the most Billboard 200 entries.

The news comes after YoungBoy dropped off his latest project Ma’ I Got a Family on Friday (October 28), which debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard 200 this week, moving 37,000 album-equivalent units. The latest placement for the Baton Rouge rapper brings his grand total on the chart up to 25, surpassing Hov, who has 24. It should be noted that Billboard does not consider the Beyoncé and JAY-Z collab album EVERYTHING IS LOVE as part of either artist’s solo discography.

In a tweet further outlining the placements, NBA YoungBoy can also be seen surpassing 2PAc, Nas, Lil Wayne, Future and a slew of other A-list rappers. However, JAY-Z still has the highest number of No. 1 placements on the Billboard 200 with 14, while YoungBoy only sports 3.

JAY-Z = 24 entries on Billboard 200
• Reasonable Doubt (1996) – #23
• In My Lifetime, Vol. 1 (1997) – #3
• Vol. 2… Hard Knock Life (1998) – #1
• Vol. 3… Life and Times of S. Carter (1999) – #1
• The Dynasty: Roc La Familia (2000) – #1
• The Blueprint (2001) – #1
• JAY-Z: Unplugged (2001) – #31
• The Blueprint 2 (2002) – #1
• The Blueprint 2.1 (2002) – #17
• The Best of Both Worlds w/ R. Kelly (2002) – #2
• The Black Album (2003) – #1
• Unfinished Business (2004) – #1
• Collision Course w/ Linkin Park (2004) – #1
• The Black Album: Acappella (2004) – #106
• Kingdom Come (2006) – #1
• American Gangster (2007) – #1
• The Blueprint 3 (2009) – #1
• The Blueprint: Collector’s Edition (2009) – #30
• The Hits Collection: Volume 1 (2010) – #43
• Watch the Throne w/ Kanye West (2011) – #1
• Live In Brooklyn (2012) – #36
• Magna Carta… Holy Grial (2013) – #1
• 4:44 (2017) – #1
• Everything Is Love w/ Beyonce (2018) – #1

NBA YoungBoy = 25 entries on Billboard 200
• AI YoungBoy (2017) – #24
• Ain’t Too Long (2017) – #173
• Fed Baby’s w/ Moneybagg Yo (2017) – #21
• Until Death Call My Name (2018) – #7
• Master the Day of Judgement (2018) – #139
• Decided (2018) – #41
• Realer (2018) – #15
• 4Respect (2018) – #19
• 4Freedom (2018) – #100
• 4Loyalty (2018) – #97
• 4Respect 4Freedom 4Loyalty 4WhatImportant (2018) – #14
• AI YoungBoy 2 (2019) – #1
• Top (2020) – #1
• Still Flexin, Still Steppin (2020) – #2
• 38 Baby 2 (2020) – #2
• Until I Return (2020) – #10
• Nobody Safe w/ Rich the Kid (2020) – #43
• Sincerely, Kentrell (2021) – #1
• From the Bayou w/ Birdman (2021) – #19
• Colors (2022) – #2
• Better Than You w/ DaBaby (2022) – #10
• The Last Slimeto (2022) – #2
• Realer 2 (2022) – #6
• 3800 Degrees (2022) – #12
• Ma I Got A Family (2022) – #7

This monumental achievement comes after NBA YoungBoy said he plans to release 10 mixtapes in a single year, with Ma’ I Got a Family being his sixth project of 2022.

“Fun challenge ’10 tapes 1 year ??’” read a screenshot of an iPhone Note on NBA YoungBoy’s Instagram, which he captioned: “I’m finna be on 6 you think I can do it?”

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The Top rapper has given his fans a plethora of new music since beating a federal gun case in Los Angeles earlier this year, dropping off Colors in January, Better than You with DaBaby in March, The Last Slimeto in August, Realer 2 in September, and 3800 Degrees earlier in October.

If YoungBoy keeps up this pace, the 23-year-old will surpass the output of mixtape legends like Lil Wayne, Curren$y and Gucci Mane. Regardless, the record for most projects released in a single year still belongs to Lil B, who dropped 16 tapes in 2012.