Nicki Minaj scored another Hot 100 hit with her Mazor Lazer and PARTYNEXTDOOR collab, "Run Up," which places her one visit ahead of Taylor Swift's 70 entries on the weekly Billboard chart.

The Young Money raptress is now only two songs behind Aretha Franklin for the most Hot 100 hits among female artists. Granted, it's worth noting that Minaj is only credited as the lead act on 27 of the entries and appears as a feature artist on 44 of the remaining cuts. Swift, on the other hand, appears as lead on 67 out of her 70 chart entries. Meanwhile, Franklin appears as the lead act on all 73 of her hits.

See below for an updated list of female soloists with the most Hot 100 entries dating back to the chart's August 4, 1958 ranking.

Most Hot 100 Entries Among Women All-Time

73, Aretha Franklin

71, Nicki Minaj

70, Taylor Swift

57, Madonna

57, Rihanna

56, Dionne Warwick

53, Beyonce

53, Connie Francis

48, Brenda Lee

47, Mariah Carey

43, Miley Cyrus

41, Barbra Streisand

40, Mary J. Blige

40, Janet Jackson

40, Diana Ross

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