DaBaby and Roddy Ricch are staying put at the No.1 spot on this week’s Hot 100 with their international smash “Rockstar.” This year, this powerhouse pair has now dominated the all-genre tally for seven times.
Behind DaBaby and Ricch, three tracks step into top 10 for the first time. Two out of these three are debuting on the list while the other has climbed to its current spot after weeks of trying. Jack Harlow’s “What’s Poppin,” is also a powerful entry in the tally, landing the No.2 spot for several weeks now. The track became an instant hit even before a new remix version featuring Tory Lanez, Lil Wayne, and DaBaby was dropped, but immediately after that version was released, the track skyrocketed up the Hot 100.
“Popstar,” is a new contender at No.3, one of two new singles released by mainstream music moguls DJ Khaled and Drake. The highly popular track ranks third, and it was found that streams- and a sizable sales count at that – launched the song to its current success.
The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” stays at No. 4, and we doubt that it’s going to drop to lower ranks being a streaming favorite. Saint Jhn’s “Roses,” landed at No.5 and it stays hovering over the competition thanks to a successful remix by electronic producer Imanbek. The tune peaked at the No.4 spot and it’s not impossible that it may reach that status again – or even higher.
Megan Thee Stallion and Beyoncé’s “Savage” comes right after the top 5 tracks with their No. 6 hit, which itself lands just one step away from Harry Styles’ “Watermelon Sugar” which regains its rightful place in the top 10 and lands on No.7.
Khaled and Drake earn another place in the top 10 with “Greece” at No.8. The track was dropped at the same time as “Popstar,” did not receive the same amount of attention, but remains to be a hit.
After debuting in second place last week, Juice WRLD and Marshmello’s “Come & Go,” the highest-charting track from the late rapper’s first posthumous release Legends Never Die (which is itself steady at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 for a second consecutive turn), dips from No. 2 to No. 9.Finally, on the 10th spot on this week’s Hot 100 is “Go Crazy,” a collaboration between Chris Brown and Young Thug. The track is featured on their joint project Slime & B, a welcome surprise for their fans this year. The track launched itself to No. 10 from No. 29 thanks to its official music video that proves to be a hit just as well.