Drake dominates almost everything Billboard This week’s chart as his latest set Certified lover boy The songs that appear in it invade dozens of rankings at once. Rapper has proved to be perhaps the largest musical star in the United States today, and he has won quite a few new No. 1s in his new set. The rapper’s full-length became his tenth ruler on the Billboard 200, and the project’s first single, “Way 2 Sexy,” debuted on the Hot 100, giving Drake the ninth champion on the list.
In addition to taking first place in the Hot 100, Drake filled nine spaces in the Top 10 and set the most co-located new record in Tally’s top tier. Rapper’s new smash onslaught means that almost every other song that existed in the area last week has been pushed down, creating an unlucky history in the process.
Last week, BTS regained control of the Hot 100 when the single “Butter” returned to the peak position of the 10th non-contiguous frame responsible for the list. Thanks to the release of a new remix featuring Megan Thee Stallion, Smash jumped from 7th to 1st and regained interest in cutting. Well, the song slides from the top to number 17. This is a historic drop in ranking.
“Butter” tied another single in the Hot 100’s 1st to 5th largest fall, both dropping from peak to 17th in just a week. Almost two years ago, The Weeknd’s “Heartless” experienced the same downgrade, but are now at the same level as each other.
The record for the biggest drop from No. 1 on the Hot 100 history belongs to Taylor Swift’s “Willow.” It made its debut at the top of the chart and cratered 38th in the next frame. NS Evermore The single was able to rebound afterwards, but still owns this particular history.
The second place in history was “Trollz” by 6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj, retreating from the debut first place to 34th place. Towards the end of 2020, BTS’s third Hot 100 No. 1 “Life Goes On” (sung in its native Korean), played in a language other than English, will be 27 spots from the throne. it fell. The cut started first, but it didn’t last very long.