The departure of "King’s Dead" completes a run that began in April 2015.
Future wraps the fifth-longest charting streak ever on the Billboard Hot 100 as he departs the list dated June 16, his first absence after 166 consecutive weeks of boasting at least one song on the ranking.
The superstar rapper’s run began back on April 18, 2015, when “Commas” debuted at No. 98, and lasted through the Black Panther soundtrack cut “King’s Dead,” with Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar and James Blake, which peaked at No. 21 in March and left the chart after 20 weeks (last ranking on the chart dated June 9). In that span, Future landed 53 hits on the Hot 100 and pushed his career total to 68 charting entries.