On this day: J Cole debuts, Lil Wayne beats Elvis, and Danny Brown gets atrocious

Jumping back to 2011, and J Cole released his debut album, ‘Cole World: The Sideline Story’ on September 27. The platinum-selling album had plenty of high profile guest appearances, including Jay Z, Drake, and Missy Elliott, while bringing four singles including the platinum-selling ‘Work Out.’

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In other news, it was on this day in 2012 that Lil Wayne made some music history by beating Elvis Presley for the most appearances on the Billboard Hot 100 for a single artist. The record came with the release of The Game’s single, ‘Celebration,’ which Weezy guested on:

Finally for today, hopping back to 2016 saw Danny Brown release his critically-acclaimed fourth album, ‘Atrocity Exhibition.’ The album included the track ‘Really Doe’ – which featured Earl Sweatshirt, Ab-Soul, and Kendrick Lamar:

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