Lil Wayne has reached the century mark on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. The Young Money boss is a featured artist on French Montana’s single “Pop That,” which bows this week at number 57. With his 100th entry on the tally that dates back to 1942, Weezy becomes just the third artist and second rapper to achieve the feat. Jay-Z is sitting at number two with 108 chart titles, while James Brown leads the way with 111. Moreover, Brown lived up to his title as the “hardest working man in show business” by making all of his appearances as the lead artist. Wayne was the lead act on 31 titles, while Jay-Z topped the bill on 69.