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HNHH's top 10 tracks, according to our Top 100 chart.

Drake's reign is collapsing.

Let's get to it.

10) Omelly - Back To Back Freestyle (AR-AB Diss)

The Meek-Drake beef has already cooled into near non-existence, but that hasn’t stopped the foot soldiers of OVO and Dreamchasers from joining in.

First, AR-AB jumped on “Back To Back” to reignite his longstanding rivalry with Meek. Now, Meek’s cousin Omelly has responded to AR-AB, claiming that the rapper is nowhere near as tough as he claims.

The track is a fairly decent diss (even if Omelly made the questionable decision to use “Back To Back” as the basis for his track), but that didn’t stop DrakeHive from bashing it. Still, Omelly garnered enough interest to come in at the #10 spot in its first week.

9) 2 Chains ft. The-Dream - Goat

2 Chainz dropped Trapaveli Tre this week, and the return of Tity Boi finally shook some of the OVO Sound hangers-on from the Top 10.

“Goat” finds Chainz doing something we’ve rarely seen from him, slowing down.  The novelty brought the track to #9 in its first week on the chart.

 8) Drake - Hotline Bling (Cha Cha Remix)

Of course, it wouldn’t be a Top 10 if Drake was gone entirely.

And if any song has to hold on to two spots, it should be this pretty great D.R.A.M. remix.

7) Ace Hood ft. Ty Dolla $ign - I Know How It Feel

Ace Hood is a long way from “Get ‘Em” and “Bugatti.”

The South Florida rapper is gearing up for a new album, and he knows if he wants to sell he needs to smooth his songs out a bit. There’s almost no better guarantee of crossover success than a Ty$ hook, so Hood recruited the crooner for his latest.

It must have worked, because “Feel” landed at #7 in its first week.

6) 2 Chainz ft. Wiz Khalifa - A Milli Billi Trilli

The second-most successful track from Trapaveli Tre is more of what we expect from Chainz, and Wiz Khalifa manages not to spoil the track’s mood. “Milli” came in at #6 in its debut week.

 

5) 2 Chainz - Everything I Know

2 Chainz consistently comes with the same level of goofball, dad-joke groaners on pretty much every track. So, most Chainz songs live and die by their production and “Everything I Know” is a classic trap banger from Nard and B.

In any case, it was good enough for #5 in its first week.

 

4) 50 Cent - 9 Shots

Fiddy in the Top 10? What year is it?

“9 Shots” is the second single off of 50’s upcoming album Street King Immortal and it details the infamous 2000 incident where 50 was shot 9 times. True to the subject matter, the production is a throwback to the sound of 50’s early albums.

Nostalgia pushed this track to #4 in its first week.

3) Drake - Back To Back

Yes, this is still here.

But it finally dropped out of first. It’s down two spots to #3 in its third week on the charts.

 

2) Drake - Hotline Bling

This is too. “Hotline Bling” climbed two spots in third week on the charts.

1) Chief Keef ft. A$AP Rocky - Superheroes

Well, this is unexpected. Chief Keef at the very top of the charts is absolutely wild, considering all the hate he gets from the HNHH base. “Superheroes” jumped up from the #3 spot to take the gold this week, its third on the charts.

Top Tracks: August 10 - August 16

HNHH's top 10 tracks, according to our Top 100 chart.


Drake's reign is collapsing.

Let's get to it.

10) Omelly - Back To Back Freestyle (AR-AB Diss)

The Meek-Drake beef has already cooled into near non-existence, but that hasn’t stopped the foot soldiers of OVO and Dreamchasers from joining in.

First, AR-AB jumped on “Back To Back” to reignite his longstanding rivalry with Meek. Now, Meek’s cousin Omelly has responded to AR-AB, claiming that the rapper is nowhere near as tough as he claims.

The track is a fairly decent diss (even if Omelly made the questionable decision to use “Back To Back” as the basis for his track), but that didn’t stop DrakeHive from bashing it. Still, Omelly garnered enough interest to come in at the #10 spot in its first week.

9) 2 Chains ft. The-Dream - Goat

2 Chainz dropped Trapaveli Tre this week, and the return of Tity Boi finally shook some of the OVO Sound hangers-on from the Top 10.

“Goat” finds Chainz doing something we’ve rarely seen from him, slowing down.  The novelty brought the track to #9 in its first week on the chart.

 8) Drake - Hotline Bling (Cha Cha Remix)

Of course, it wouldn’t be a Top 10 if Drake was gone entirely.

And if any song has to hold on to two spots, it should be this pretty great D.R.A.M. remix.

7) Ace Hood ft. Ty Dolla $ign - I Know How It Feel

Ace Hood is a long way from “Get ‘Em” and “Bugatti.”

The South Florida rapper is gearing up for a new album, and he knows if he wants to sell he needs to smooth his songs out a bit. There’s almost no better guarantee of crossover success than a Ty$ hook, so Hood recruited the crooner for his latest.

It must have worked, because “Feel” landed at #7 in its first week.

6) 2 Chainz ft. Wiz Khalifa - A Milli Billi Trilli

The second-most successful track from Trapaveli Tre is more of what we expect from Chainz, and Wiz Khalifa manages not to spoil the track’s mood. “Milli” came in at #6 in its debut week.

 

5) 2 Chainz - Everything I Know

2 Chainz consistently comes with the same level of goofball, dad-joke groaners on pretty much every track. So, most Chainz songs live and die by their production and “Everything I Know” is a classic trap banger from Nard and B.

In any case, it was good enough for #5 in its first week.

 

4) 50 Cent - 9 Shots

Fiddy in the Top 10? What year is it?

“9 Shots” is the second single off of 50’s upcoming album Street King Immortal and it details the infamous 2000 incident where 50 was shot 9 times. True to the subject matter, the production is a throwback to the sound of 50’s early albums.

Nostalgia pushed this track to #4 in its first week.

3) Drake - Back To Back

Yes, this is still here.

But it finally dropped out of first. It’s down two spots to #3 in its third week on the charts.

 

2) Drake - Hotline Bling

This is too. “Hotline Bling” climbed two spots in third week on the charts.

1) Chief Keef ft. A$AP Rocky - Superheroes

Well, this is unexpected. Chief Keef at the very top of the charts is absolutely wild, considering all the hate he gets from the HNHH base. “Superheroes” jumped up from the #3 spot to take the gold this week, its third on the charts.

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