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Three-or-More-Female Top 10 Hits: ’34+35′ & More

The first such single to hit the Hot 100’s top 10, as well as the most voluminous in terms of female collaborators, came in 1997, with “Not Tonight” — a No. 6 hit for Lil Kim off the Nothing to Lose soundtrack, also featuring Da Brat, Left Eye, Missy Elliott and Angie Martinez.

Missy is a common element on several of the nine total all-female Hot 100 top 10 hits to feature more than two female artists. Along with “Lady Marmalade” (which she co-produced and provides the intro for, despite not being a credited artist on the song) and “Not Tonight,” she also appears along with Mocha as featured artists on Nicole’s “Make It Hot” (No. 5, 1998) and again with Lil Kim on Keyshia Cole’s “Let It Go” (No. 7, 2007).

The lone top 10 hit to feature a gender-split lineup that nonetheless contains three credit female artists came in 2002, with Irv Gotti Presents The Inc.’s “Down 4 U,” which features Ashanti, Charlie Baltimore and Vita, as well as male rapper Ja Rule. In addition, such all-star charity singles as USA For Africa’s “We Are the World” and Artists Stand Up to Cancer’s “Just Stand Up!” each boasts many female hitmakers — the latter even featuring an all-women lineup — but did not credit any of them individually on their official chart listing.

See a complete breakdown of the all-female Hot 100 top 10 hits with three or more female soloists below, presented chronologically:

Lil Kim feat. Da Brat, Left Eye, Missy Elliott & Angie Martinez, “Not Tonight” (Peak Position: No. 6, Peak Date: 8/9/97)

Nicole feat. Missy Elliott & Mocha, “Make It Hot” (No. 5, 8/1/98)

Whitney Houston feat. Faith Evans & Kelly Price, “Heartbreak Hotel” (No. 2, 3/20/99)

Christina Aguilera, Lil’ Kim, Mya & P!nk, “Lady Marmalade” (No. 1, 6/2/01)

Keyshia Cole feat. Missy Elliott & Lil Kim, “Let It Go” (No. 7, 9/29/07)

Britney Spears feat. Nicki Minaj & Kesha, “Till the World Ends” (No. 3, 5/14/11)

Madonna feat. Nicki Minaj & M.I.A., “Give Me All Your Luvin'” (No. 10, 2/25/12)

Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj, “Bang Bang” (No. 3, 10/4/14)

Ariana Grande feat. Doja Cat & Megan Thee Stallion, “34 + 35” (No. 2, 1/30/21)

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