Blue Ivy Carter Makes Her Debut on the Billboard Hot 100!

JAY-Z Makes History with 100 Solo Hot 100 Appearances

JAY-Z Makes History with 100 Solo Hot 100 Appearances

The song that became his 100th on the chart is "Mood 4 Eva", which is a Beyonce and Childish Gambino-featured song from the Queen Bey-curated Lion King movie soundtrack, Lion King: The Gift.

The Lion King remake itself is also in the process of making history, as it this week already joined the growing list of 2019 film releases to cross the $1B line in global gross.

In the 60-year history of the Hot 100, only five other acts have earned over 100 entries on the chart. The "Glee" cast leads with 207 total appearances, followed by Drake (196), Lil Wayne (163), Elvis Presley (109), and Nicki Minaj (103).

Of his 100 solo entries, he's topped the chart four times, starting with Mariah Carey's "Heartbreaker" in 1999. Twenty-one of his 100 entries have reached the top 10. Jay-Z's first appearance on the Hot 100 chart was in April 1996 with the classic bangers "Ain't No Nigga" (featuring Foxy Brown) b/w "Dead Presidents".

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Beyonce had dropped the 'Lion King"-inspired album on July 19 - featuring Wizkid, Blue Ivy Carter, her first daughter with Jay-Z, and Saint JHN in "Brown Skin Girl' - a track that became an instant hit on social media, spurring the hashtag #BrownSkinGirlChallenge".

Dated for the week of August 3, the track, which also features Beyoncé, Wizkid, and Saint Jhn, has debuted at No. 76, with the album itself debuting at No. 2 as of July 25.

"Brown skin girl/ your skin just like pearls/ the best thing in the world / I'd never trade you for anybody else", Beyonce sings on the chorus.

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