Migos has had no shortage of popular records. "Versace," “Hannah Montana,” “Fight Night," "Pipe It Up." But their biggest hit ever is "Bad and Boujee," which has risen 22 spots from #76 to #54 in the last week on the Billboard Hot 100.
With new albums at occupying the top three spots (Green Day, Norah Jones and OneRepublic in descending order) on the Billboard 200 chart, Drake is displaced to the #4 position, where he is later joined by the Suicide Squad soundtrack and Solange's surpris
With a new album at #1 on Billboard's 200 chart (Shawn Mendes' Illuminate if you're curious), Drake recedes back to the #2 spot this week, where he's followed by the Suicide Squad soundtrack, Travis Scott and Rihanna to represent hip hop in the top 1
After reporting on the initial projections earlier this week (Aug. 22), the final sales numbers for Frank Ocean's Blonde as well as Tory Lanez' I Told You are in. As expected, Blonde will debut at No.
Last week we had a new #1 album in the form of DJ Khaled's Major Key. This week, Major Key has been dethroned by newcomer Suicide Squad: The Album. Drake, who was at #1 for two months straight, sticks around at #2 as Khaled d
Gucci Mane is making his comeback Billboard official this week, coming in at the #2 overall spot with his latest album Everybody Looking, which also has a couple tracks debuting on the Hot 100.
Drake spent nine weeks at #1 before being dethroned, this time around, by Blink-182, whose record California now holds the top spot. R&B superstar Maxwell debuts at the #3 spot with blackSUMMERS'night, his first record since '09.
Almost every release listed below actually moved up on Billboard 200 this past week, an impressive statistic that bodes well for the likes of Bryson Tiller and Kanye West, who both jumped up at least 15 spots over the 4th of July weekend.
It's a good week for hip hop records that have all-caps titles. VIEWS, LEMONADE, ANTI, and ISLAH hold down the top four spots in our feature, and each of the releases fall within the top 20 spots on Billboard's 200 chart.
Once again, Drake snags the #1 spot this week with VIEWS, his fourth studio album that continues to beat out the competition. Beyonce moves into #3 after an appearance at #4 last week (it should be noted that she also just went Platinum with Lemonade, alo
Drake's VIEWS will spend a fourth consecutive week at No. 1 on the albums chart, reports Billboard. As the album sits at No. 1 for the latest June 11-dated chart, VIEWS has already spent more weeks at No.
It's been a crazy month as Drake, Desiigner, and Justin Timberlake have duked it out for the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100. Desiigner's "Panda" took the top spot and held off Drake's "One Dance" for two weeks before inevitably succumbing.
This week the charts are all about Drake, who has both the #1 album and (for the first time ever) #1 song in the country. VIEWS did nearly a million copies sold in its first week, which is virtually unheard of for an artist in 2016.
Desiigner completed his improbably ascent to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 last week. Billboard reports that he has maintained his hold on the top spot for a second week, fending off a charge from Drake's "One Dance."