The songs that received the most attention last week in our Hot 100.  

10. Tory Lanez Feat. Nyce - Traphouse

Tory Lanez brought back Fargo Fridays with a melodic banger in which he closes the doors of his traphouse to all females who don't understand the rules of the game. We gonna get that debut album in 2016? 

9. YG Feat. Mozzy - City Mad (Prod. by P-Lo)

Though it wasn't as massive as the single he dropped off Still Krazy, YG showed mad Cali love on "City Mad," bringing along HBK producer P-Lo and rising Sacramento star Mozzy for a straight-up blapper. 

8. Migos & Young Thug Feat. Skippa da Flippa - Crime Stoppers (Prod. by London on da Track)

God bless, Migos Thuggin is real, and we couldn't have asked for a better Christmas gift (assuming Dabbin' Santa comes through, of course). The lineup is unstoppable here -- YRN's Skippa holds his own, and, damn, that boy Offset is going HARD since getting out of the joint. 

7. Chris Brown - Little More

Chris Breezy dropped off a heartwarming tribute to his daughter, after whom his new album -- which is expected to do big first-week numbers -- is named. She really has been a blessing for the R&B superstar, and you can hear it in his new music. 

6. Fetty Wap Feat. Monty - Merry Xmas

I had preemptively declared D.R.A.M. & The Social Experiment's "#1HappyHoliday" as the best Christmas song of the year, but I had to change my mind after the Remy Boyz came through with an interpolation of the Mariah Carey classic. 

5. J. Cole - Folgers Crystals 

Cole slides down to No. 5 after taking the top spot last week. Aside from his remix of K-Dot's "Alright," "Folgers Crystals" was Cole's only solo track of the year. We have a feeling he's got plenty more to come soon into next year. 

4. Chance the Rapper Feat. Jeremih & R. Kelly - Somewhere In Paradise 

To commemorate becoming the first independent artist to ever perform on Saturday Night Live, Chance the Rapper premiered a delightful new track, "Somewhere in Paradise," that also served as a tribute to his hometown of Chicago, bringing along two of the city's premier R&B talents. It's no wonder he was recently named Chicagoan of the Year

3. A$AP Ferg Feat. Future - New Level (Prod. by Honorable C-Note)

Ferg is back with a vengeance. After directing Future's "I Thought It Was a Drought" video, which should be out very soon, he teamed up with the FBG leader for a booming turn-up joint produced by the almighty C-Note. Always Strive and Prosper is 'bout to be something scary. 

2. YG Feat. Nipsey Hussle & 50 Cent - I Wanna Benz (Prod. by London on da Track)

Now this is what the game's been missing. No brand of gangsta rap is more authentic than that of YG, and when's the last time 50 sounded this hard? Or Nipsey, for that matter? And how 'bout young London coming through with a masterfully innovative take on the g-funk sound. 

1. Pusha T Feat. Kanye West, A$AP Rocky & The-Dream - M.P.A. (Prod. by J. Cole) 

Just look that lineup. It's no surprise "M.P.A.," off Push's new album, Darkest Before Dawn, has gone No. 1 on its first week on the chart. The song is a nuanced look at life's three most powerful vices, money, pussy & alcohol -- at once our best friends and worst enemies.