Drop the F, people. We'll call Lil Wayne Weezy Billboard Baby now.
Lil Wayne has a guest verse on French Montana’s new hit single, "Pop That." The song, which also features Rick Ross and Drake, recently entered Billboard‘s R&B/Hip-Hop songs chart, debuting at Number 57.
Incredibly, this is the 100th single to feature Wayne that has entered the R&B/Hip-Hop charts. Wayne is the third artist to be featured on 100 charting singles. The legendary James Brown holds the record with 111 singles, and Jay-Z comes in at number two, holding 108 singles.
Those are some good names to be next to, Wayne.
Of those 100 songs, eight have reached number one, including the Lloyd hit, "You,” and Tha Carter III singles "Lollipop" and "A Milli." The first song he was featured on to reach the charts was the Southern Juvenile classic, "Back That Azz Up."
Congrats, Weezy. And watch out James Brown, you have someone coming for your neck.