Teaming up with Taylor Swift might be the absolute safest way to get a number one on the Hot 100, and when it's paired with the hype for the "Bad Blood" video, it's pretty much a guarantee. Not so surprisingly, Kendrick Lamar and Swift's remix of "Bad Blood" jumped to the top spot this week after setting a VEVO record for streams on its first day.

This is Kendrick Lamar's first #1, which ties him with Drake, who got to the top spot through his Rihanna collab, "What's My Name". 

While we're excited that K-Dot has a new claim to fame, we're sad to see Fetty Wap's "Trap Queen" fall to number 3. It'll be tough to oust Taylor from the top spot, but we're hoping the Remy Boy can pull through and get the number one he deserves.