Lil Wayne Charts 22 Songs From 'Tha Carter V' on HipHopMagz Hot 100


He ties Drake with a document 22 debuts in a single week.

As Lil Wayne celebrates his fourth No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart (dated Oct. 13) — due to Tha Carter V opening with 480,000 equal album items, based on Nielsen Music — a hefty 22 tracks from the set debut on the Billboard Hot 100.

"Mona Lisa," that includes Kendrick Lamar, and "Don't Cry," that includes XXXTentacion, cleared the path at Nos. 2 and 5, respectively, as Wayne turns into the first act to ever debut two songs within the Hot 100's high 5 concurrently. Following is "Uproar" at No. 7 and "Let It Fly," that includes Travis Scott, at No. 10, which brings Lil Wayne's complete variety of high 10s to 22, passing JAY-Z for the second-most high 10s on the Hot 100 amongst rappers, after Drake's 31.

Lil Wayne turns into simply the second act to debut 4 songs within the high 10 concurrently, additionally becoming a member of Drake, who achieved the feat with 4 songs from Scorpion on July 14, the week that the set launched atop the Billboard 200.

Lil Wayne additional matches Drake's document 22 debuts in a single week; Drake first set the mark on July 14. Meanwhile, within the Hot 100's 60-year historical past, solely Drake has landed extra songs on the chart concurrently than Lil Wayne (22 complete this week), logging a document 27 general on July 14.

Here's a take a look at all 22 of Lil Wayne's songs on the brand new, Oct. 13-dated Hot 100 (all debuts):

Hot 100 Rank, Title
No. 2, "Mona Lisa," feat. Kendrick Lamar
No. 5, "Don't Cry," feat. XXXTentacion
No. 7, "Uproar"
No. 10, "Let It Fly," feat. Travis Scott
No. 14, "Dedicate"
No. 17, "Can't Be Broken"
No. 24, "What About Me," feat. Sosamann
No. 26, "Dark Side of the Moon," feat. Nicki Minaj
No. 36, "Famous," feat. Reginae Carter
No. 39, "Dope N****z," feat. Snoop Dogg
No. 47, "Open Letter"
No. 57, "Problems"
No. 59, "Hittas"
No. 62, "Open Safe"
No. 65, "Took His Time"
No. 74, "Mess"
No. 75, "Let It All Work Out"
No. 76, "Start This S**t Off Right," feat. Ashanti & Mack Maine
No. 78, "Used 2"
No. 81, "Demon"
No. 86, "Perfect Strangers"
No. 90, "Dope New Gospel," that includes Nivea

Featured acts on Tha Carter V additionally rating notable bows on the Hot 100, together with Sosamann and Lil Wayne's daughter Reginae Carter, who every notch their first entries on the chart, due to "What About Me" and "Famous," respectively.

Plus, Ashanti achieves her first Hot 100 entry since her 2009 featured activate Plies' "Want It, Need It," due to "Start This S**t Off Right"; Nivea earns her sixth complete Hot 100 entry and first since 2005's "Okay,"that includes Lil Jon and Youngbloodz, "Dope New Gospel"; and Nicki Minaj scores her 99th complete entry on the Hot 100, "Dark Side of the Moon," extending her document for probably the most amongst ladies.