That song begins at No. 61, followed by "Changed It", which also features Lil Wayne, at No. 71. She takes the title from Aretha Franklin, who she was previously tied with as of March 18, when they both had 73 entries each.
Overall, if you have a sweet tooth, then watch Jason Durulo's fun and freaky "Swalla" video. The tracks also sport first-week totals of 12.1 million, 4.4 million and 4.8 million USA streams, respectively, in the tracking week.
With this trio of releases, Minaj boasts 76 overall entries while Franklin slides to second with 73.
Minaj first hit the Hot 100 dated February 20, 2010, as featured on Lil Wayne's No. 44-peaking "Knockout". "Your Love" was her first entry with lead billing, and she peaked at No. 14 in August of the same year.
The hip-hop star has debuted three tracks on the new chart, giving her a total of 76 mentions on the Hot 100 - three more than the Queen of Soul.
Franklin's span on the Hot 100 stretches from 1961 to 1998.
After weeks of inching closer and closer to claiming the top prize, Nicki Minaj has finally passed the one person standing between her and the No. 1 spot when it comes to females with the most Hot 100 hits. Minaj is currently in ninth place on this list, after passing Ray Charles, who now sits at No. 10 with 75 entries.