Lil Wayne keeps on verifying his vocation’s life span as he enters the current week’s Billboard Hot 100 — denoting the seventeenth sequential year that he’s shown up on the outline.
As per Hip-Hop All Day, the track that opened at No. 100 this week is “Grateful,” Weezy’s joint effort with DJ Khaled and Jeremih from the maker’s most recent record, KHALED. The cut is his first outline section of 2021, implying that the craftsman has showed up on the Billboard Hot 100 at any rate once since 2004.
Also, the passage gives Lil Wayne his 21st diagramming year generally since 1999; the solitary year he didn’t enter the outline was in 2003. That year denoted the hole between 500 Degreez and Tha Carter, and just saw him discharge mixtapes Da Drought and SQ5, SQ6, SQ6: Tha Remix and SQ7 with Sqad Up.
Lil Wayne is set to deliver another Young Money assemblage interestingly since 2014’s Rise of an Empire. “We going to assemble the assemblage with every one of the craftsmen together on one collection,” Tunechi said in a past meet. “That sets up everything for everyone so they could begin coming out with their performance projects too.”