Drake’s dominance has started to slip. While Drizzy’s obviously still around-- it wouldn’t be the Top 10 without him-- we’ve moved away from the ridiculous all-OVO, all-the-time charts of last week. Let’s get to the Top 10 entries on our Top 100.


10) Mac Miller - 100 Grandkids

Mac Miller leaps into our Top 100 with his new single. This Saturday Morning jazz sound is too nice to be denied. Not to mention, that “Bad Boys For Life” reference (tho). 

"100 Grandkids” is the first preview of Mac Miller’s third album. And fans were excited enough about the prospect of new Miller to push it to the #10 slot in its first week on the charts.

9) Kevin Gates - Tomorrow

Meek Mill is gonna be alright, y’all.

If Kevin Gates can recover from Cousingate and Bootyghazi, Meek can come back from “getting bodied” by Drake. “Tomorrow” is a straight-forward and booming track, made to sound good out of a car stereo. And we have to admit it’s pretty excellent.

HNHH readers agreed, launching this track to the #9 spot in its debut week.

8) Meek Mill - Wanna Know

If you couldn’t tell from the memes, Twitter reaction and Drake’s triumphant OVO Fest set, this is all the indication you need that Meek Mill lost.

His track “Wanna Know” sits all the way back at #8 (down five spots from last week), behind several Drake tracks, in spite of being newer than almost all of them. That 33% rating from readers definitely doesn’t help matters.

7) CyHi The Prince - Elephant In The Room

Speaking of disses, Drake and Meek Mill weren’t the only ones taking shots in the last few weeks.

To say CyHi The Prince created this diss to capitalize on the rapper v. rapper zeitgeist isn’t entirely fair, he definitely has a legitimate gripe against Kanye West and G.O.O.D. Music. Nonetheless, it all seems to be a ploy for attention, as days later CyHi announced his new album (L.I.O.N.) and denied he was dissing Yeezy.

The track did the trick though, debuting at #7 in the Top 100 the week it dropped.

6) Chief Keef ft. Mac Miller - I Just Wanna

Miller-mania and thirst for Bang 3 collided to throw this track into the Top 10 from waaaaay back. The track jumped an insane 53 spots to land at #6 in its second week out. Dive in to our review of Bang 3 here.

5) Kid Cudi - Confused

Kid Cudi continues to be sonically interesting and lyrically lacking.

This rock-leaning track from Speedin Bullet To Heaven stands out as the only bubble-grunge track to land on the Top 10 of HNHH.

It came in at #5 after jumping 6 spots in its second week.

4) Drake - Hotline Bling (Cha Cha Remix) [CDQ]

As much as I hate Drake for making the Top 10 less interesting. I have to admit that this remix of D.R.A.M.’s “Cha Cha” is pretty great.

The track climbed two spots to land at #4 in its second week on the charts.

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

Bang bang. Keef’s latest mixtape pushed another single onto the charts. “Superheroes” was another impressive jump for Chief Keef, leaping 23 spots to land at #3 in its second week.

2) Drake - Hotline Bling (Cha Cha Remix)

Y’all remember how good that Drake song was a few paragraphs ago? Well, here it is again. Somehow the CDQ version is charting lower than the radio-ripped version.

1) Drake - Back To Back (Meek Diss)

Though the world has largely moved on from the Drake-Meek beef, “Back To Back” remains at the top of our charts. It didn’t budge in its second week on the charts.