As his collaboration with DJ Khaled and Jeremih open at No. 100 on the chart.
“[I]t’s impossible not to be obsessed, infatuated, impressed, whatever.”
Citing “Drizzy Drake” as his number one.
Marking the first Young Money project since 2014’s ‘Rise of an Empire.’
Released shortly after being pardoned by former U.S. President Donald Trump.
Also pardoning Lil Wayne and granting commutation to Death Row Records’ Michael “Harry-O” Harris.
Following up his 2011 offering for the NFL team.
Sampling cuts like Jack Harlow’s “Tyler Herro,” SZA’s “Hit Different,” Lil Baby’s “Sum 2 Prove” and more.
The famed rapper laments for a love lost.
20 selections curated by the HYPEBEAST editorial team.