Lil Wayne is celebrating some music associated success this weekend.
The Younger Cash rapper’s mixtape No Ceiling debut on the prime of the iTunes chart on Friday. The distinction from YoungBoy’s challenge is that Lil Wayne’s mixtape was first launched eleven years in the past, which suggests most hip hop followers have already heard it in full size. Like most issues Weezy, it was an immediate it on main streaming companies as we speak after being made out there for the primary time.
Wayne reacted on IG to No Ceiling, making it to primary on the iTunes charts by sharing a screenshot from the chart exhibiting his mixtape at primary. Whereas he was humbled by the efficiency of the challenge, Weezy continues to be used to being in these positions, as he’s usually talked about among the many GOATs of hip hop.
Over his 20 years profession, Lil Wayne earned 5 number-one albums on the Billboard 200 chart, together with Tha Carter V in 2008, I Am Not a Human Being in 2010, Tha Carter IV in 2011, and his newest two releases, Tha Carter V and Funeral in 2018 and 2020 respectively.
No Ceiling stays a staple in Lil Wayne’s catalog, so it was no shock when he determined to make it out there on streaming companies. The 21-track challenge noticed visitor options from Gudda Gudda, Drake, Tyga, Shanell, Fre$h, Mack Maine, Birdman, Beyonce, Nicki Minaj, and Lucci Lou. One of the vital iconic singles off the challenge is the bonus monitor “Kobe Bryant.” As of the time of this publication, solely 12 tracks from the album can be found on iTunes. We’re advised that Weezy is actively attempting to get the mandatory clearance to get the remainder of the mixtape out there for streaming.