Rihanna has had an absolutely incredible year, pulling in milestone after milestone and accomplishments and triumphs at every given moment. The 31-year-old Barbados born singer became the first woman to launch a luxury brand with LVMH, she released and quickly sold out of her own photo book, hosted another successful Savage x Fenty fashion show that exclusively streamed on Amazon and hosted her fifth annual Diamond Ball that raised $5 million for her Clara Lionel Foundation.
The “Stay” singer has now pulled in another congratulatory moment since she’s become the first Black woman to hold a spot on the Billboard 200 chart for 200 weeks. Rihanna’s 2016 Anti album has been sitting pretty on the chart since it initially debuted at No. 27. Considering that Rihanna hasn’t released new solo music since the tape’s release the new milestone is even more impressive proving that her Navy gang can’t get enough of her.
.@rihanna's 'ANTI' has now spent 200 weeks on the Billboard 200.
It's the first album by a black female artist to reach this milestone in the chart's history.
— chart data (@chartdata) December 2, 2019