After a new set of artists entered the Top 10 of our Top 100 chart, we're tracking how they're maintaining this week. King Los finally hit #1 with his recent single, while DeJ Loaf's remix falls back a bit, and more.

Check out the past week's Top 10 songs on the HNHH Top 100 below.

10) K Camp feat Fetty Wap – 1Hunnid

Sometimes one up-and-coming artist will team up with another to capitalize on both of their fledgling popularities. This move can have quite the upside if all goes well, exposing fans of each camp to the other’s work, but if the song sucks, people are quick to point out the cynical moves behind the track.

Luckily, K Camp and Fetty Wap’s team-up for a remix of Camp’s “1Hunnid” is good enough to avoid deeper inspection (and good enough to quickly move into our Top 10 in its first week on the charts).

9) Mac Miller – Boo (Interlude)

Mac Miller has been coasting on listener goodwill for a while, so we had no reason to believe “Boo (Interlude)” would be any different. Luckily for us, Miller dusted off his A-game and brought a heavy dose of the oddball lyricism that made him famous to his latest track.

“Boo” rocketed up the charts in its first week to land at #9.

8) DeJ Loaf ft. Lil Wayne – Me U & Hennessy (Remix)

DeJ Loaf doesn't seem to get much love around HNHH, but her new track with chart mainstay Weezy had enough staying power to land in the top 10 for a second consecutive week. “Hennessy” dropped five spots over last week (it was sitting comfy at #3), but still came in at #8.

7) Rich Homie Quan – Throw It Back

At this point, it’s hard to imagine a world where Rich Homie Quan isn’t goin’ in. “Throw It Back” does its best to remind you of Quan before he was a name, however. The new track from his If You Ever Think I Will Stop Goin’ In Ask RR mixtape got a chilly reception from HNHH readers in its first week, but it still garnered enough attention to land the #7 spot shortly after it dropped.

6) Fabolous – All For The Love (Freestyle)

And to think we almost went a week without a Fab freestyle in the top 10.  Fabolous’ take on the Lox’s “All For The Love” breaks his streak of new freestyles at the top of the chart (it came out last week), but keeps up appearances by jumping 12 spots to land at #6.

5) Drake – My Side

We just can’t seem to get rid of this Drake track, no matter how much shade the HNHH users throw at it. “My Side” dropped a paltry three spots in its third week on the countdown, arriving at #5. The If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late bonus track has yet to leave the top half of the top 10. We feel like this Aubrey kid might go places.

4) Young Thug – Dance

Young Thug must be getting hella hate-clicks. Barter 6 got absolutely annihilated by the readers and yet his latest tracks still end up at the top of our charts.

“Dance” got a pitiful 27% and somehow jumped 48 spots to land at #4. If y’all keep propelling Thugger on the back of your absolute hatred, you’re going to turn him into the ATL answer to Emperor Palpatine.

3) Jeremih ft. Chance The Rapper, The Social Experiment – Planes (Remix)

We’re going to be uncovering “Planes” bootlegs in 2050 that have Terry Riley and Kendrick on them (and we’ll still be waiting on that Jeremih album). The Social Experiment teamed up with producer Lido for a truly gonzo take on the track that moved up 22 spots to grab the #3 slot.

2) Raekwon ft. A$AP Rocky – I Got Money

This collaboration off of Raekwon’s new album FILA is steadily climbing the charts. The A$AP assist helped build buzz and push this track up two slots to land at #2. 

1) King Los ft. Ty Dolla $ign – Can’t Fade Us

King Los is following in the Kendrick model. Rather than make a track that’s explicitly for radio, he’s moving radio closer to his own personal style. Los snagged Ty Dolla $ign and  producer DJ Mustard for this track off of his upcoming album God Money War.

It worked. The track leapfrogged the competition to land the top spot in its first week on the charts.