Lil Wayne Surpasses 25 Billion Streams On Spotify

There’s hardly a rapper like Lil Wayne who adapted and prospered through the evolution of the music industry in the past 30 years. When CDs were at the height of popularity, he was a member of the Hot Boyz, revving for his solo debut. Then, he shifted the mixtape game indefinitely during the mid-aughts. Still, he remains a giant on streaming platforms across the board, especially Spotify. New reports claim that Weezy F. Baby has officially passed 25 billion streams on Spotify across all credits. It’s an impressive feat that goes to show how timeless his catalog is.

Still, Lil Wayne has ways to go before he could become the highest-streaming rapper, a title that belongs to his protegé Drake. Lil Wayne’s reached some phenomenal milestones throughout the streaming era. Tha Carter III, for example, recently reached 1 billion streams on Spotify, contributing to Lil Wayne’s overall streaming success. The rapper currently has 32 million monthly listeners but his most streamed records are those that he features on. DJ Khaled’s “I’m The One” ft. Lil Wayne, Justin BieberChance The Rapper, and Quavo sits at 1,172,372,958. Second to DJ Khaled’s hit record is “Sucker For Pain,” Lil Wayne’s collab with Wiz Khalifa and Imagine Dragons for the Suicide Squad soundtrack that currently has 1,025,032,852 streams.

Lil Wayne’s Reaches New Streaming Heights

Wayne’s massive accomplishment arrives in the midst of his Welcome To Tha Carter tour. In the past month, Wayne’s embarked on a must-see tour in intimate settings where he provides day-one fans with a journey through his catalog. The rapper’s also brought through a series of guests including Drake, Cam’ron and NLE Choppa, who gifted Wayne a gorgeous new chain as a token of his gratitude.

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