Drake is the King of Hot 100 this week in almost every conceivable way. He claims one new leader, nine top 10 hits, more than half of the top 40 regions as a whole, and one-fifth of the ranking itself. He has proved to be one of the most popular acts to date, promoting a historic lead over all other acts in terms of the total number of placements in all regions of the list.
Drake may be a big topic this week, but this time he’s not the only one turning his head to make history.
Let’s take a look at the five most important moves on this week’s Hot 100 singles chart.
No.1-Drake-“Way 2 Sexy (ft. Young Thug & Future)”
Drake dominates both the Hot 100 and the Billboard 200 at the same time as his new album Certified lover boy The first single on the set, “Way 2 Sexy,” starts with a song-only ranking at number one. This track is Drake’s ninth leader in the United States’ most important single roster and his record fifth leader. Chart topping debut. Cut is also Young Thug’s third champion, Future’s first champion, and eventually reaches its peak position.
He’s certainly celebrating Way 2 Sexy’s No. 1 debut, but one track shows just a few of the rapper’s successes this week.Drake won nine spots in the top 10 of the first Hot 100 in history, with all 21 tracks Certified lover boy Find the space in the top 40 of the aggregate.
No. 6-The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber-“Stay”
This week, only songs that didn’t trust Drake were in the Top 10 of the Hot 100, without which it could have been Tally’s top-level comprehensive dominance. Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber have seen former leader “Stay” drop from 2nd to 6th, but could easily return to the summit in the next frame.
Last week, BTS again controlled the Hot 100. This is because the single “Butter” bolted back to the summit following the release of a new updated version, including a poem by Lap by Megan Thee Stallion. Now, the tune crater when Drake breaks into the highest part of the chart.
“Butter” falls from 1st to 17th, making history in two ways. First, the track broke out of the tie as the fourth longest chart song in a Korean musical and won the 16th stay on the list. The cut also suffers the fifth-largest dip from its peak position, comparable to the same fall experienced by the weekend’Heartless’in 2019.
No.87-Meek Mill-“Blue Note $ II (ft. LilUziVert)”
One of the only unconnected songs to debut at this week’s Hot 100 Certified lover boy Meek Mill’s “Blue Note $ II” rushes into the 87th tally. This cut seems to be the second single on the rapper’s next album. Expensive pain, Scheduled for the second half of this fall. Just recently, we’ll be arriving soon from a “shared place” that peaked at 22nd place on the same list.
“Blue Note $ II” is due to Lil Uzi Vert, who added another Hot 100 appearance to his career. Mill landed on Tally on 56 tracks, but Veil has 81 wins on his discography.