Nicki Minaj has made history yet again by becoming the first woman in history to land 100 entries on the Billboard Hot 100 Charts.

The 100th entry comes courtesy of her feature on Tyga's new track "Dip," which entered the charts at no.83. Earlier this year, she reached no. 3 on the 6ix9ine single, "FEFE," her highest chart position since her 2014 smash hit, Anaconda.

This will be a welcome win for Minaj who has had a tumultuous year. Her album, Queen, was expected to land her a no.1 album but was ultimately trounced by Travis Scott's Astroworld. She has regularly trended online with her Queen Radio show, where fans and critics alike flock to the show to await her "c*cksucker of the week" award.

Minaj currently boasts 17 Hot 100 top 10s, the most for any female rappers. 

Of course, fans of Minaj will use this as an opportunity to shade her rival, Cardi B, but we should remember that Minaj is a decade older than Cardi and Cardi is still a fledgling in the game. Time will tell whether she will be able to land as many entries on the chart.