Across the positioning, it looks like the most important information of the previous week was the discharge of the now-incarcerated Tekashi 6ix9ine’s album DUMMY BOY. That definitely reveals on this version of Top Tracks, the place the Brooklyn rapper owns 30 p.c of the highest ten. Despite that, he could not safe the highest spot, which belongs to the ever-potent combo of Offset and Metro Boomin.
Tekashi leads all artists with three appearances within the prime ten this week. Kanye West, Nicki Minaj, and Lil Wayne all clock in with two to their names. New tracks barely lacking out on spots this week embody Meek Mill, Rick Ross, and Jay-Z’s “What’s Free” (#11), Skrillex’s remix of —-
10. Kodak Black – Calling My Spirit
It’s been months since Kodak’s launch from jail with out a full size, however that’ll finish on December 14 when he releases Dying To Live. Accompanying the announcement of the date was a brand new single, “Calling My Spirit,” which debuts at #10.
9. Boosie Badazz Feat. Big Pokey Bear – Devil in My Room
Boosie’s gritty Louisiana twang has lengthy been in comparison with the bluesmen of years previous, and for his most up-to-date album, he determined to go all-in and makes an precise blues album. “Devil in My Room” is a spotlight off of the accurately-named Boosie Blues Cafe, and in its second week out, it is up 14 locations from #23 to #9.
7. Nicki Minaj Feat. Lil Wayne – Good Form (Remix)
Nicki undoubtedly hasn’t had essentially the most sleek yr of her profession, however she’s nonetheless assured to dominate our newsfeeds. Her newest entreaty is that this remix of Queen‘s “Good Form” that includes her longtime mentor, Lil Wayne. It debuts at #7.
6. Tekashi 6ix9ine Feat. Kanye West & Nicki Minaj – MAMA
Tekashi discovered his two most high-profile supporters this yr in Nicki and Kanye, two individuals who apparently haven’t any qualms about him sexually exploiting a 13-year-old. All three be part of up for “MAMA,” which debuts at #6.
5. Meek Mill Feat. Drake – Going Bad
As everyone knows by now, beefs are a surefire recipe for chart success on HNHH, however what about squashing beefs? Meek Mill and Drake’s “Going Bad,” their first collab since 2015’s “R.I.C.O.” and their ensuing fallout over ghostwriting allegations, debuts at #5.
four. Mysonne – “Litty / ZEZE” Freestyle
Hey look, somebody utterly unrelated to a beef jumped in for an opportunity at boosting their sign, and it labored! Mysonne, for some purpose, threw his hat into the Joyner Lucas vs. Tory Lanez ring with this freestyle, and gave himself his first prime ten spot in years. His “Litty / ZEZE” freestyle debuts at #four.
three. Tory Lanez Feat. Lil Wayne & Rich The Kid – Talk To Me (Remix)
While indirectly associated to the continuing Joyner Lucas beef, Tory Lanez’s “Talk To Me” remix definitely advantages from the timing of its launch. The Rich The Kid and Lil Wayne-assisted lower debuts at #three.
2. Tekashi 6ix9ine Feat. Kanye West – KANGA
A couple of months again, Kanye introduced that Tekashi could be on his new album Yandhi, then repeatedly opted to push the challenge again. “KANGA,” most likely one of many tracks initially meant for Ye himself, debuts at #2.
1. Offset – Red Room
Boosted by its now-unavailable standing (having been faraway from streaming providers shortly after its launch), the primary lower from Offset’s forthcoming solo album rocketed to the highest of our chart after being launched on Friday. It simply debuts at #1. Will it have the ability to return to its place when it is launched as soon as once more?