Pusha T Sees Four Songs From 'Daytona' Album Debut On The Hot 100 Chart

The G.O.O.D. Music president earns a career-high solo achievement with "Infrared."

(AllHipHop News) Pusha T's Daytona gave the Virginia spitter his highest charting album ever on the Billboard 200. The third LP from King Push opened at #3 on the tally with 77,000 units.

Over on the Hot 100 chart, he also achieved a career accomplishment. Four records from the seven-track Daytona debuted on the list of the country's most popular songs, and Pusha earned his first three solo entries on the chart.

The beef-sparking "Infrared" came in at #65. "If You Know You Know" (#73), "What Would Meek Do?" featuring Kanye West (#75), and "The Games We Play" (#100) broke into the Top 100 too.

Pusha now has eight total Hot 100 entries. Previously, he made the chart as a collaborator on G.O.O.D Music's "Mercy" and "New God Flow" as well as Kanye West's "Runaway" and Future's "Move That Doh."