Ab-Soul, a member of the legendary TDE roster, has finally achieved a significant milestone in his career by hitting the Billboard Hot 100 for the first time. This achievement was made possible thanks to his feature on J. Cole’s track “Pi,” which also features Daylyt. The song reached No. 63 on the chart for the week ending April 20, with 8.1 million official U.S. streams. Additionally, “Pi” also reached No. 29 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, showcasing the widespread popularity of the track.

While this may be Ab-Soul’s first appearance on the Hot 100, it is not the first time he has collaborated with hip-hop legends. In a recent video that surfaced online, Ab-Soul was seen in the studio with Nas, Hit-Boy, and his father, Big Hit, along with DaBaby. This collaboration with such esteemed artists further solidifies Ab-Soul’s position in the hip-hop industry and showcases his talent and versatility as an artist.

Moreover, Ab-Soul’s involvement in teaching a course at Mickey Factz’s Pendulum Ink Academy demonstrates his commitment to sharing his knowledge and expertise with aspiring artists. By sharing his writing techniques and discussing how he balances traditional and contemporary styles, Ab-Soul is contributing to the growth and development of the next generation of hip-hop artists.

Overall, Ab-Soul’s recent success on the Billboard Hot 100 is a testament to his talent, dedication, and ability to collaborate with some of the biggest names in the industry. As he continues to make waves in the hip-hop scene and connect with fans through his music, there is no doubt that Ab-Soul will cement his legacy as a hip-hop icon for years to come.

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