The ATL producer provided the backdrop for three songs off "DAMN."
His WTT partner Jay Z nixed the idea except for that one huge song about Paris.
Elsewhere, Drake, Joey Bada$$ and Kodak Black slide down the charts.
Then the counselor threatened to call 911 when Kodak refused to go.
Further, the OVO boss' team reportedly said that the pair had never even met.
The Chicago star also has his legal wolves on the prowl to take down anyone selling fake merchandise on the tour.
The children of a concert promoter claim someone who looked like the ATL rapper shot and killed their dad.
The album's tracklist boasts features from Migos, YG, Diplo and more.
Naturally, the Pittsburgh stoner would have a game devoted to his favorite pastime.
The troubled R&B crooner can't seem to shake the negative news.
After weeks at the top, Drizzy finally falls a spot while the Pro Era boss makes a big splash in his debut.
K-Dot's "Humble" hits the top spot while Bruno Mars and The Weeknd spar for second.
The Fayetteville, N.C. star returns to his roots and others cities that inspire his mission in music.
The Weeknd holds strong with the third spot.
The Dipset general was a star high school basketball player alongside Ma$e.
The track is the biggest single so far from the ATL rapper's fifth album.
Alleged drug dealer Harrison Garcia was busted in a lean sting after stunting on Instagram.
No word yet if the songs will have a home on the upcoming "DC 4.5" or studio LP projects.
Three billion plays strong.
The hometown hero posted a photo of the honor on Instagram.
The New York mayor said he intends to close the infamous prison earlier this week.