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Every single one of The Weeknd's 'Starboy' tracks has charted on the Billboard Hot 100

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The Weeknd is having quite the week.

Upon earning 348,000 equivalent album units in the week since its release, his new LP Starboy has debuted at No.1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.

But the good news doesn't stop there.

All 18 of the album's tracks have nabbed a spot on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, as well.

Beyoncé achieved the same feat with all of her Lemonade cuts back in May. And Drake nearly did the same that month as well with all of his Views tracks, save for an interlude ("Summer's Over") and "Hotline Bling" which, to be fair, was released last year and shot to No.2 on its own anyway.

Here's how the cards fell for all the Starboy cuts:

No. 2, "Starboy," feat. Daft Punk

No. 16, "Party Monster"

No. 22, "I Feel It Coming," feat. Daft Punk

No. 27, "Sidewalks," feat. Kendrick Lamar

No. 31, "Reminder"

No. 34, "Six Feet Under"

No. 43, "Die for You"

No. 44, "Rockin'"

No. 46, "All I Know," feat. Future

No. 47, "Secrets"

No. 48, "True Colors"

No. 55, "False Alarm"

No. 61, "Stargirl Interlude," feat. Lana Del Rey

No. 67, "Attention"

No. 68, "Nothing Without You"

No. 69, "A Lonely Night"

No. 71, "Love to Lay"

No. 72, "Ordinary Life"

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