Future's impressive 166-week run on the Billboard Hot 100 chart has come to an end.

For the first time since April 2015, when "Commas" debuted at No. 98, Future doesn't have any tracks on the chart. Over the three year run, his highest-charting single was 2017's "Mask Off," which peaked at No. 5. While he rarely had top 10 hits during the streak, he did boast an impressively consistent presence in the middle tiers of the chart.

The 166-week run ended when the Future-assisted "King's Dead" single from Jay Rock and Kendrick Lamar exited the Hot 100 after charting at No. 68 last week. La di da di da.

Future is not present on the Hot 100 for the first time since April 2015, ending a 166 week streak of continuous charting.

— chart data (@chartdata) June 12, 2018

As impressive as the streak was, it pales in comparison to Drake's 431-week run—which came to an end in August 2017. Lil Wayne (326), Rihanna (216), and Nicki Minaj (207) have also had longer streaks in the past.

Having just dropped a new collection of songs on the Superfly soundtrack last week, Future does have a chance to start a new streak very soon. Watch him perform a Superfly song called "Nowhere" on Jimmy Kimmel Live! below.