First the internet lost their minds after Beyoncé jumped on Megan Thee Stallion‘s “Savage” remix at the end of April. Then, that same week, Nicki Minaj linked up with Doja Cat for the official remix of “Say So”. Both of the original songs were already doing well by themselves, but after Nicki & Beyoncé joined them, both fanbases made it a mission to make one of these records #1 this week.
Doja Cat and Nicki Minaj took the top spot with “Say So” remix on the Top 100, and Meg and Bey grabbing the number two spot. This is the first time in history that a collab between two female rappers reached the top of the charts, and the first time both top slots are taken up by female-fronted rap songs.
This is also Nicki’s 109th charted title and shattered her own record for “the longest wait for a first Ho 100 No. 1 by total career entries,” according to Billboard. With Beyoncé securing a Top 10 spot, she joines Mariah Carey as the only other woman to have hits in four different decades!
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Because She “Say So”: Doja Cat, Nicki Minaj, Beyoncé, & Megan Thee Stallion Make History was originally published on themorninghustle.com