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Lil Wayne's feature on Wale's track "Running Back" has earned him one more Hot 100 hit than Drake.

Remember when we told you that Drake had tied Lil Wayne's record for most Billboard Hot 100 hits? Well, Weezy just got the upper hand again. Wale's song "Running Back," which features the New Orleans rapper, has debuted at number 100 on the charts.

It marks the 133rd time a Wayne single has been on Hot 100, a record for soloists. Only the cast of Glee surpass him with 207 entries. Drake now sits third with 132 entries. Billboard shared a list of the top acts in the category's history.

Most Hot 100 Entries All-Time

207, Glee Cast
133, Lil Wayne
132, Drake
108, Elvis Presley
91, James Brown
86, Jay Z
82, Chris Brown
80, Kanye West
75, Ray Charles
73, Aretha Franklin
71, The Beatles
70, Nicki Minaj
70, Taylor Swift

Lil Wayne first hit the charts on July 10, 1999, featuring -- with Mannie Fresh -- on Juvenile's "Back That Thang Up." Nineteen times his songs have been in the top 10, including two No. 1s: "Lollipop," featuring Static Major, and as a guest on Jay Sean's "Down." Both Drake and Weezy have announced new projects this year.

Lil Wayne Passes Drake For Most Billboard Hot 100 Hits

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Feb 3, 2017 at 01:48pm
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Lil Wayne's feature on Wale's track "Running Back" has earned him one more Hot 100 hit than Drake.

Remember when we told you that Drake had tied Lil Wayne's record for most Billboard Hot 100 hits? Well, Weezy just got the upper hand again. Wale's song "Running Back," which features the New Orleans rapper, has debuted at number 100 on the charts.

It marks the 133rd time a Wayne single has been on Hot 100, a record for soloists. Only the cast of Glee surpass him with 207 entries. Drake now sits third with 132 entries. Billboard shared a list of the top acts in the category's history.

Most Hot 100 Entries All-Time

207, Glee Cast
133, Lil Wayne
132, Drake
108, Elvis Presley
91, James Brown
86, Jay Z
82, Chris Brown
80, Kanye West
75, Ray Charles
73, Aretha Franklin
71, The Beatles
70, Nicki Minaj
70, Taylor Swift

Lil Wayne first hit the charts on July 10, 1999, featuring -- with Mannie Fresh -- on Juvenile's "Back That Thang Up." Nineteen times his songs have been in the top 10, including two No. 1s: "Lollipop," featuring Static Major, and as a guest on Jay Sean's "Down." Both Drake and Weezy have announced new projects this year.

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