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5 songs from "FUTURE" and 3 collaborations.

Future has released two albums within the last two weeks, but it's only now that we're getting to see how the first of the projects, FUTURE, impacted the singles charts.

As pointed out by Forbes, 5 songs from the project have debuted on the Hot 100 this week, starting with "Draco" at 46. "Mask Off," another early fan favorite, shows up at 49, while "Rent Money," "Super Trapper," and "Zoom," arrive at 54, 67, and 91 respectively.

On top of the new entries, Future also has three collaborations on the charts. Maroon 5's "Cold," which he is a featured artist on, has moved up from 42 to 23 in its second week on the charts, making it Future's highest charting song at the moment. Meanwhile, "Used To This," his collaboration with Drake which has been charting for 16 weeks falls from 60 to 67. Ariana Grande's "Everyday," which he contributes vocals to, has climbed from 85 to 78 in its second week on the charts. The video for the single was released Monday.

FUTURE debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 this week, making it Future's 4th album to do so. His quick follow-up, HNDRXX, is expected to debut at #1 next week.

Future Now Has 8 Songs On The Billboard Hot 100

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5 songs from "FUTURE" and 3 collaborations.

Future has released two albums within the last two weeks, but it's only now that we're getting to see how the first of the projects, FUTURE, impacted the singles charts.

As pointed out by Forbes, 5 songs from the project have debuted on the Hot 100 this week, starting with "Draco" at 46. "Mask Off," another early fan favorite, shows up at 49, while "Rent Money," "Super Trapper," and "Zoom," arrive at 54, 67, and 91 respectively.

On top of the new entries, Future also has three collaborations on the charts. Maroon 5's "Cold," which he is a featured artist on, has moved up from 42 to 23 in its second week on the charts, making it Future's highest charting song at the moment. Meanwhile, "Used To This," his collaboration with Drake which has been charting for 16 weeks falls from 60 to 67. Ariana Grande's "Everyday," which he contributes vocals to, has climbed from 85 to 78 in its second week on the charts. The video for the single was released Monday.

FUTURE debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 this week, making it Future's 4th album to do so. His quick follow-up, HNDRXX, is expected to debut at #1 next week.

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