Our weekly Top Tracks feature highlights songs that got the most clicks on HNHH in the past week, which is admittedly a skewed formula. Young Thug and 2 Chainz arguably dominated the conversation the most with their new releases this past week, but here, ASAP Ferg handily beats them with a few new tracks that didn't drum up a ton of buzz on social media. Loosies, remixes, and pre-album singles inherently have a leg-up over album tracks, because say you're a Young Thug fan-- you're already listening to Beautiful Thugger Girls, so you're probably not going to click on an album cut on our tracks list (unless you're there to comment or upvote it). 

Like I said, Ferg dominated this week, appearing three times in the top ten. Behind him are Quavo, DJ Khaled, Future, and Young Thug with two apiece. New tracks barely missing the cut include PnB Rock's "Feelins" (#12), 2 Chainz & Nicki Minaj's "Realize" (#13), Steve Aoki, Migos & Lil Yachty's "Night Call" (#14), and Majid Jordan & PartyNextDoor's "One I Want" (#15). 

10. PnB Rock - Time

After being selected for XXL's 2017 freshman class last week, Philly's PnB Rock came through with two new tracks to celebrate. "Time fared just a bit better than "Feelins," which debuted two spots below at #12. In its first week out, "Time" sits at #10.

9. ASAP Ferg Feat. Lil Yachty - Aw Yeah

Ferg blessed us with a Trap God Tuesday last week, and among four new tracks was "Aw Yeah" featuring Lil Yachty. Somewhat surprisingly, considering that it was the only one with a guest (and a high-profile one at that), this track finishes the second-lowest of any of Ferg's new material. "Aw Yeah" debuts at #9. 

8. Young Thug Feat. Quavo, Duke & Rich The Kid - WTF U Doin

The biggest Young Thug-related story of the week was obviously the release of Beautiful Thugger Girls, but a track that he recorded for a new Digital Trapstars compilation is also still hanging around. "WTF U Doin" also features fellow ATLiens Quavo, Duke, and Rich The Kid, and although it'll probably be overshadowed by BTG in the long run, it's still done well for itself on the charts. In its second week out, it's down six spots from #2 to #8. 

7. DJ Khaled Feat. Drake - To The Max

The only other repeat performance from last week is DJ Khaled and Drake's new single, which hit #1 last week, but don't get too excited on its behalf. "To The Max" has racked up an abysmal 42% user rating, almost certainly an all-time low for Drizzy. In its second week out, the track falls six places from #1 to #7.  

6. Kodak Black - First Day Out

Kodak Black's been plagued by legal problems for the entirety of his short career, and the latest of those was a probation violation that landed him in jail last month. He got out last week and promptly added his own "First Day Out" to the continuum of "First Day Out"s that already exist. This track debuts at #6. 

5. ASAP Ferg - Plain Jane

Although there's one more track that Ferg dropped off last week that finished ahead of "Plain Jane," the "Slob on My Knob"-referencing track got the highest user rating, landing at 91%. The Kirk Knight-produced banger debuts at #5. 

4. Young Thug Feat. Future - Relationship

Beautiful THugger Girls is Young Thug's poppiest project to date, and of all of its tracks, "Relationship" is the one that seems like it has the most potential to be a hit. Not only is it catchy as fuck, but it also has the album's highest-profile guest in Future, whose recent visit to the Top Ten with "Mask Off" certainly doesn't hurt this track's chances. "Relationship" debuts at #4.  

3. ASAP Ferg - Nia Long

While the rest of Ferg's recent offerings featured collaborations with known entities like Lil Yachty and Kirk Knight, oddly enough the one that finished the highest was produced by a virtually unknown dude by the name of HighDefRazjah. Nevertheless, it's a banger. "Nia Long" debuts at #3. 

2. DJ Khaled Feat. Rihanna & Bryson Tiller - Wild Thoughts

Who could've ever guessed that Rihanna would one day sing over a Santana sample? Well if there was ever a man to make that happen it's DJ Khaled, the brains behind her new collab with Bryson Tiller, "Wild Thoughts." The track debuts at #2. 

1. Post Malone Feat. Quavo & Future - Congratulations (Remix)

Post Malone's Stoney hit "Congratulations" just became his second-ever platinum song (after "White Iverson") and to celebrate, the singer shared a new remix. Already featuring Quavo, the song's now been fleshed out to include a Future verse, which is quite a grab by Post. The "Congratulations" remix debuts at #1.