So far this year he has at least 10 singles peaking in the top ten on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Quavo year just keep getting better and better and the numbers on Billboard Hot 100 don’t lie. After starting off the year with the Migos single “Bad & Boujee” peaking at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, Quavo went on to earn himself a well established solo career with streaming numbers rivaling that of Drake and Kendrick Lamar. Perhaps the Migos rapper should top the year off by remaking the US national anthem. He scored another number one single with DJ Khaled‘s “I’m The One” which also peaked at number one on the chart. Of every artists active this year including pop stars, Quavo has the most entries on the Hot 100 top 10 this year. His single “Strip That Down” with Liam Payne peaked at number ten and could climb higher since it’s still trending upwards. He is featured on Drake‘s More Life single “Portland” which peaked at number eight on the chart and also on Post Malone’s track “Congratulations” which also climb as high as number eight. So if you’re a rapper who is looking to score a big hit then get Quavo to do a verse for you. Quavo is not done ruling the charts yet because Nicki Minaj has a pending single coming out soon that is tentatively titled “For Keeps” featuring the Atlanta rapper. There is currently a petition out for Quavo to redo the national anthem and he said he would do it as long as it is inclusive of every race. Both artists are hot commodities for features this year and have been very visible on the chart. Quavo is currently one of the most sought after rappers in the game currently is is featured on almost every collaborative hit singles this year. The only thing next for the Migos rapper is to drop a solo album because it will sure debut at number one on Billboard.