Summer officially began this past week, and with it came a whole bevy of huge tracks, most of the biggest ones being collabs. There's something decidedly warm weather about the low-stakes posse cut, and that's mainly what our list consists of this week. All but two of these ten tracks didn't appear on last week's Top Ten, with a bunch of stuff falling off in the past week.

Kanye West and Sampha's "Saint Pablo" falls eleven spots to #12, Drake's "4PM In Calabasas" falls twelve to #15, Logic's "Flexicution" goes 25 spots down to #29, Juicy J and Travi$ Scott's "No English" falls to #16, Tory Lanez's "Luv" falls 30 spots to #36, DJ Mustard, Nicki Minaj, and Jeremih's "Don't Hurt Me" goes 16 spots down to #23, Chief Keef's "According To My Watch" slips a whopping 80 places to #89, and Young Thug's "No Wendy's" falls 23 spots to #33. 

New tracks narrowly missing out on spots are Kid Cudi's "Goodbye," Lil Yachty's "Check Up," Wondagurl and Daxz's remix of Kanye's "Saint Pablo," and Miguel's "Come Thru And Chill." Read on to get the scoop.

10. DJ Khaled Feat. Drake - For Free

Just as "I Got The Keys" drops, DJ Khaled's lead Major Key single falls out of the top two spots for the first time in the four weeks since its release. It has, however, finally eclipsed a million views on HNHH, the first track since "Pop Style" to do so. "For Free" drops 8 spots from #2 to #0 in its fourth week out. 

9. Gucci Mane - All My Children (Prod. By Drumma Boy)

GuWop's made an appearance in every Top Ten since his release from the Feds, but he kicked things into high gear last week with the announcement of his new album and top-tier summit meetings with Drake and Young Thug. Accompanying those major moves was the release of a track that highlights his influence on an entire generation of rappers and trappers, "All My Children." The Drumma Boy-produced track makes its debut at #9.

8. The Game Feat. Jeremih - All Eyez (Prod. By Scott Storch)

If you're playing the drink-every-time-Game-references-2Pac game, take a sip. Game recruited quite the combo in Jeremih and Scott Storch for his latest, "All Eyez," which was included on his soundtrack for the A&E series "Streets Of Compton." It makes its debut at #8.

7. Wiz Khalifa - More And More

The first of two Young Khalifa appearances on this week's list, "More And More" is a psychedelic legalization ballad with some of the most memorable artwork in recent memory. No word on whether or not this is from a future project or just a loosie, but it's certainly not your average 2016 Khalifa track. "More And More" debuts at #7. 

6. Belly Feat. The Weeknd, 2 Chainz & Yo Gotti - Might Not (Remix) [CDQ]

2 Chainz has been a regular fixture in our Top Tracks list this year, killing it with his guest appearances, solo cuts, and collabs with Lil Wayne, but this is the first time he's ever showed up three times in one week (all in the top six, no less). The only other artist who's done that this year is Drake. The remix of Belly's "Might Not" that he's featured on climbs from #8 to #6 in its second week out. 

5. Jeezy Feat. 2 Chainz & Future - Magic City Monday

Until DJ Esco and Future dropped their tape on Friday, this looked like it would be the biggest ATL anthem of the week. Jeezy united two of rap's biggest strip club aficionados, Future and 2 Chainz, for a song that takes its name from Esco's weekly hosting night at what is undoubtedly the most famous club in the A. "Magic City Monday" debuts at #5.  

4. Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Imagine Dragons, Logic & Ty Dolla $ign Feat. X Ambassadors - Sucker For Pain

"Suicide Squad" will bring together an unlikely cast of superheroes for some summer blockbuster action, and that's pretty much what it looks like the soundtrack will do too. "Sucker For Pain" features quite the motley crew of artists, throwing pop-rock bands Imagine Dragons and X Ambassadors into the mix with some of the game's biggest rappers. "Sucker For Pain" debuts at #4. 

3. Tyga - 1 Of 1

Young Thug's usually the artist with the simultaneously most-viewed and most-disliked songs of the week, but this time around, Tyga takes the award from him. His dancehall-inflected cut "1 Of 1" garnered a paltry 46% user rating, but clearly piqued a ton of peoples' interest. It debuted just before we released last week's top tracks list, so in its second week it moves up 27 spots from #30 to #3.

2. Logic Feat. Pusha T - Wrist

Logic's "Flexicution" became his biggest hit in quite some time a few weeks back, going all the way up to #4 last week, and just as that track's popularity wanes, he's back with an even bigger cut. "Wrist" features none other than Pusha T, and the two stars' presence is enough to propel the track to #2 in its first week out. 

1. Future Feat. Drake & 2 Chainz - 100it Racks (Prod. By DJ Esco & Southside)

2 Chainz's last appearance on this list is on the biggest song yet. "100it Racks" may not have the highest approval rating of these tracks (69% currently), but it beat out the second place track by just about 50,000 views. When three of the hottest in the game link up, you've gotta tune in. "100it Racks" debuts at #1 after just three days of eligibility.