Kendrick Lamar has six songs on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart for the week ending April 4.
Each are off of his latest album, To Pimp A Butterfly, which is currently the #1 album in the country.
The highest charting track isn’t even in the Top 50, though.
“King Kunta” entered the charts this week at #61, followed by “The Blacker the Berry” at #66. Kendrick’s next track, “Alright,” is currently at #83 on the chart.
“Wesley’s Theory,” featuring George Clinton and Thundercat is at #91, then “These Walls” is #94, and “Institutionalized” featuring Bilal, Snoop Dogg, and Anna Wise just cracked the Hot 100 at the #99 spot on the weekly chart.
Lamar’s single “i” appeared on the Hot 100 prior to the release of To Pimp A Butterfly. Despite the song’s popularity, it peaked at #39 on the charts.
Kendrick’s highest charting track is “Swimming Pools (Drank)” – off of his debut major label album, good kid, m.A.A.d. city. The alcohol-oriented song spent 12 weeks on the chart and peaked at #26.