Weezy is the second rapper to achieve this milestone with “Pop That,” which debuts at No. 57. Jay-Z holds the title of most hits to crack the chart with 108 titles.
The Young Money rapper, who has been the lead act on 31 tracks and featured on 69, first made his appearance on that chart 13 years and one month ago, when he made a cameo on Juvenile’s “Back That Thang Up” on May 31, 1999. He is also currently tied with Ludacris for most top 10 singles on the chart, and has had eight number ones.