Billboard’s weekly tracking of Top 40 hits—which now takes into account the amount of radio play, online streaming, and physical and digital sales each song gets—began in 1958, and is considered the music industry standard in the US for singles.

For emerging artists, breaking into the Top 40 one time alone is a career milestone; for more established or mainstream artists, getting multiple singles into the ranking is a testament to one’s staying power in the entertainment scene.

With West’s new achievement, the list of male artists with the most top 40 hits skews just a bit further away from classic acts like Elton John and Stevie Wonder. Modern artists such as Lil Wayne and Drake have inched their way to the top of the chart—though Elvis Presley, with 80 songs that’ve made it into the ranks, remains at the moment undefeated.

One song that wasn’t part of the always humble West’s stable of Top 40 hits that he’ll probably be singing after finding out his new status? “I am a God.”

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