Thanks to Jay-Z’s “Holy Grail,” Justin Timberlake has nabbed his 16th Top 10 on Mainstream Top 40.
The track ties Timberlake with Usher for the most Top 10s among males, in that category.
Rihanna leads all artists with 23 Top 10s.
Timberlake achieved a total of nine top 10s from 1998-2002 as a member of the pop group ’N SYNC. As both a solo artist and as a member of ’N SYNC, Timberlake has scored an 25 top 10s on Billboard’s BDS-based Mainstream Top 40 chart, a figure that puts him on the top of the list.
With “Holy Grail,” Jay-Z snags his seventh Mainstream Top 40 top 10.
Jay-Z has dropped the music video for his popular track, “Holy Grail,” featuring Justin TImberlake.
To the surprise of many, the video is pieced together different from the original song. The album version has Timberlake starting off the track, but in the video Jay-Z’s verse is positioned first.
Many thought the original song format made it seem like it was actually Timberlake’s song. Additionally, it appears as though Jay-Z decided to slow down certain parts of the song to match with the video.
“Holy Grail” is one of the many tracks off of Jay-Z’s new album, Magna Carta Holy Grail. Check it out below.