Rihanna Just Destroyed The Beatles' Billboard Record

The power of “Work.”

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Rihanna now has yet another record-breaking accomplishment to add under her belt. We’ve already reported on her dominance of the Billboard charts since her most recent album Anti landed, and now it looks like all those Billboard victories have paid off in a huge way. Thanks to the success of her latest LP and its lead single “Work,” Rihanna has earned enough weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart to beat The Beatles’ record. This places her in #2 overall when it comes to weeks on top of the Hot 100, with Mariah Carey the only artist with more No. 1 weeks. Mariah Carey spent 79 weeks with a number one song on the Hot 100, while Rihanna currently has 60 weeks.

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