Both the official and unofficial version of Lil Baby and Drake's "Yes Indeed" make the top ten this week.
It's not terribly surprising at this point in his career, but Drake is absolutely dominating the charts, no matter which chart you're talking about. He currently occupies two of the top three slots on the Hot 100, with another entry at #7. On Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs chart, he's got three of the top five and four of the top ten. On our weekly chart, he occupies both top spots with the same song— or rather, his new Lil Baby collab "Yes Indeed" and the unofficial version entitled "Pikachu (No Keys" that leaked under a week earlier.
Outside of Drizzy and Baby, André 3000 is the only other artist with multiple appearances this week. New tracks barely missing out on spots include Kevin Gates' "Change Lanes" (#11), Nav and Travis Scott's "Champion" (#12), Diplo, Lil Pump, French Montana, and Zhavia Ward's "Welcome to the Party" (#13), and Ty Dolla $ign, Quavo, and French Montana's "South Beach" (#14).
10. Future Feat. Chance The Rapper & King Louie - My Peak
"No Peak" was taken down shortly after arriving a couple of weeks back, and that's a real shame. Featuring the talents of two previously-unconnected Chicago rappers, the Future-led track was a step out of the comfort zone for everyone involved. In its second week out, it goes from #1 to #10, dropping nine places.
9. Lil Peep - 4 Gold Chains
Since we lost Lil Peep, he's only appeared in our top ten via a guest spot on a Juicy J song, but now he's gotten his first posthumous solo entry into our chart. The Clams Casino-produced "4 Gold Chains" didn't fare well as far as the user opinion goes, only tallying 44%, but it nevertheless debuts at #9.
8. Jacquees Feat. Trey Songz - Inside
Jacquees has a new album by the name of 4275 due out on June 15th, and to promote it he's dropped a single featuring someone who's recently been accused of assault by three women, Trey Songz (although there are reports stating he won't be charged). "Inside" debuts at #8.
7. Jay Rock - Win
Jay Rock's got a new one by the name of Redemption in the works, and last week we got a first taste of it in the form of lead single "Win." The track, which features ad-libs from Kendrick Lamar, debuts at #7.
6. Kodak Black Feat. Jadakiss & TXS - Mama
The first of three Mother's Day offerings in our top ten this week, Kodak Black's "Mama" is, quite clearly, a tribute to his mom. The cut, which includes features from Jadakiss and TXS, debuts at #6.
5. André 3000 Feat. James Blake - Look Ma No Hands
Even when André 3000 doesn't rap, he pleases most of his fans. On paper, you'd expect an instrumental, improvisation-heavy jazz track to not sate Three Stacks stans, but lo and behold, this thing has 70% user approval. The James Blake-assisted "Look Ma No Hands" debuts at #5.
4. André 3000 - Me&My (To Bury Your Parents)
Accompanying "Look Ma No Hands" in André 3000's two-track Mother's Day dump was "Me&My (To Bury Your Parents)," a piano-led ballad that finds Three Stacks mourning his parents, who died within a year of each other in 2013-2014. This one, which features vocals, debuts at #4.
3. Tyga Feat. Offset - Taste
Earlier this year, Tyga dropped his album Kyoto, and now he's ready to get back to this new music shit. "Taste" features Offset, and this first glimpse of new material since the mot recent album debuts at #3.
2. Lil Baby Feat. Drake - Yes Indeed
So here's the story: OVO Radio debuted a then-untitled track by Lil Baby and Drake two weekends ago. That unofficial version quickly rose up to #5 by the time we tallied last week's top ten, and it currently sits at number one by virtue of arriving first. The official version, officially entitled "Yes Indeed," arrived last week and debuts at #2.
1. Drake & Lil Baby - Pikachu (No Keys)
Here's the unofficial, sub-CDQ, mis-titled version that debuted on OVO Sound Radio. 'Nuff said. In its second week out, it's up four places from #5 to #1.