Future, Metro Boomin & Kendrick Lamar’s “Like That” Return To No. 1 On Billboard Hot 100 Chart

Future and Metro Boomin’s collaboration on their latest project, “We Don’t Trust You,” has remained in conversations regarding diss and overtaken the music and hip-hop communities. The sequel, “We Still Don’t Trust You,” has raised tension among the feuding parties. However, the project’s standout song, “Like That,” featuring Kendrick Lamar, has been breaking records since its release. For the third week in a row, the track has remained in the top positions, especially at the number-one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, making it one of the year’s most successful songs.

The song’s continued success is thanks to its impressive streaming numbers, which continue to break records. In its first week alone, the song received 40 million streams, making it the most-streamed song in the country. This is an achievement that has never been seen before, and it speaks to the power of Future and Metro Boomin’s collaboration and the incredible impact that the song has had on the music industry. The track “Like That” has been making headlines due to Kendrick Lamar’s verse, which features a diss aimed at J. Cole and Drake. This has sparked many reactions and beefs across the hip-hop community, including an alleged leaked Drake diss response. Rick Ross, who was dissed on the alleged Drake track, claimed that Drake got a nose job in response.

The success of “Like That” goes beyond its numbers and statistics. The song has given artists a platform to express themselves and has sparked discussions across the board. J. Cole’s latest offering, “7 Minute Drill,” debuted at No. 6 on the Hot 100 charts in response to Lamar’s apparent disses directed at himself and Drake in “Like That.” J. Cole later apologized for it. “Like That” continues to dominate the charts, a testament to the music industry’s power of collaboration and creativity. Only time will tell if “Like That” will maintain its top spot on the Billboard Hot 100. Still, one thing remains certain: Future, Metro Boomin, and Kendrick Lamar’s “Like That” have significantly impacted the music industry and the hip-hop community.

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