Rihanna can add another accolade to her ever-growing collection. The Work singer is now in fourth place for the most top 10 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in history thanks to her latest collaboration with EDM king Calvin Harris.
The chart-toppers, who last worked together on the 2011 club hit We Found Love, released their new single This Is What You Came For on 29 April 2016. The dance track peaked at number nine on the Billboard singles chart making it RiRi's 28th single to reach the top 10. Currently, RiRi, 28, ties with legendary soul singer Stevie Wonder but if she achieves one more hit, she will equal late Michael Jackson's record who notched up 29 top 10 singles.
In second place on the Hot 100 list are The Beatles who amassed 34 while queen of pop Madonna reigns at number one after clocking up a staggering 38 top 10 hits. It is entirely possible that Rihanna will make it into third place with a song from her latest album Anti, which was released in January 2016 and features her number one collaboration with Drake titled Work.
After launching the Anti world tour, Rihanna released the sultry album track Kiss It Better in March but it failed to set the charts on fire only managing a lowly 67. The third single lifted off Anti, Needed Me, garnered attention due to the violent music video but the song narrowly missed out on the top 10 peaking at number 13. There is still a good chance that the track could slip into a higher position given its popularity.
This Is What You Came For, which reached number two in the UK, is expected to feature on Harris' forthcoming album. Details are yet to be announced for the record but it is expected to arrive later in 2016 featuring the hit single How Deep Is Your Love.