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Lil Wayne Has Now Appeared On The Billboard “Hot 100” Chart For 17 Consecutive Years

Lil Wayne Has Now Appeared On The Billboard Hot 100 Chart For 17 Consecutive Years

DJ Khaled’s “Thankful” song featuring Lil Wayne and Jeremih has just made the Billboard “Hot 100” chart by entering in at the #100 spot.

This marks Tunechi‘s first entry on the chart in 2021, as well as also gives Tune an amazing new achievement, which is that he has now appeared on the “Hot 100” for 17 consecutive years since 2004.

Wayne has actually charted 21 of the last 22 years of his music career, but unfortunately, he missed out on the “Hot 100” chart in the year of 2003.

The only other rapper who has had a longer run than Weezy on this chart is Kanye West, who has entered the “Hot 100” for the last 18 years since 2003!

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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Shares His Favorite Spots In New Orleans

Lil Wayne Shares His Favorite Spots In New Orleans

For #ThrowbackThursday today, here is a full page scan that was dedicated to Lil Wayne from inside the April 2004 issue of Vibe magazine.

Wayne reveals his favorite places to visit in his hometown of New Orleans and why, which includes Canal Street, The Praline Connection, Walmart, and more.

You can check out the scan of this page (click to enlarge) after the jump below! Photography is by Kimberly Morand. Do you own this issue?

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Feature Friday #209: Twin – Face The Nation (Let Me In) (Feat Lil Wayne & John Doe)

Twin Face The Nation Let Me In Feat Lil Wayne & John Doe

The “Feature Friday” installment for this week is a song from Twin called “Face The Nation (Let Me In)” featuring verses from fellow New Orleans natives Lil Wayne and John Doe.

There aren’t too many details about this unreleased track other than the fact it was recorded in 2004 and possibly for a DJ Felli Fel project.

“I’m 5 feet tall, 6 inches or mo’, but I stand like I’m 6’4″; And I been high off the doobie 6 inches ago, I spit that sixth sense 6 sentences flow, you feelin’ that? Vintage Weezy, stingy, greedy, the boy get his pension sweetie; And Felli Fell say Face The Nation, I’m Young Carter I’m a corporation”

You can listen to “Face The Nation (Let Me In)” below.

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Feature Friday #175: Mannie Fresh – We Fresh (Feat Lil Wayne)

Mannie Fresh We Fresh Feat Lil Wayne

It’s that time of the week again! Today’s “Feature Friday” installment is a Mannie Fresh song called “We Fresh” featuring a chorus from Lil Wayne.

This track, which was also produced by Mannie, appears on his debut studio album, The Mind Of Mannie Fresh, that was released back in 2004.

“Dude fell off, then you fell off, then he fell off, and then the weak fell off; But Wayne’s well off and Mannie’s well off, and the family’s well off”

You can listen to “We Fresh” below.

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Feature Friday #158: Pitbull – Dammit Man (Remix) (Feat Lil Wayne, Piccallo & Lil Flip)

Pitbull Dammit Man Remix Feat Lil Wayne, Piccallo & Lil Flip

For this week’s “Feature Friday” edition, I have picked a remix from Pitbull called “Dammit Man” featuring Lil Wayne, Piccallo and Lil Flip.

The original version of this Jim Jonsin-produced song appears on Pitbull‘s debut studio album, M.I.A.M.I., which was released back in 2004.

“But I’m like dammit man; A soldier, I am it man; *hums Destiny Child’s ‘Soldier’ song featuring himself’; Hahahaha”

You can listen to the “Dammit Man” remix below.

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