Bronx's A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie has certainly had success on his own, with his 2016 single "My Shit" reaching both the R&B/Hip Hop chart and the Hot 100, but on our site, he always seems to fare better as a featured artist. His single with Kodak Black, "Drowning," made our top ten earlier this year, and this week, two more guest appearances have him making his first multi-appearance week in Top Tracks. 

A Boogie's the only guy with multiple appearances this week. New tracks barely missing the cut include Smokepurpp's "Regrets" (#11), Royce Da 5'9" and Tech N9ne's "Barely Human" (#12), King Los' "Without Me" (#16), and Kid Ink's "Girlfriend" (#17). 

10. PnB Rock & A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie - X Factor

Fellow 2017 XXL Freshmen PnB and A Boogie both hail from the Northeast, and both came up on a style of melodic sing-rapping, so their pairing on recent track "X Factor" makes perfect sense. Ih this one, they address exes and lament the fact that those exes are still in their lives. "X Factor" debuts at #10. 

9. Rae Sremmurd - Perplexing Pegasus

It's only been about a year since the highly underrated Sremmlife 2 impacted, but it would appear that Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi are already crafting a follow-up. "Perplexing Pegasus" might be the strangest title for a lead single that we've ever heard, but surprise, surprise, it's phenomenal. In its second week out, the track is down six places from #3 to #9.

8. The Weeknd Feat. Young Thug & A$AP Rocky - Reminder (Remix)

For the remix of his latest Starboy single, "Reminder," The Weeknd got a really fucking good Young Thug verse, as well as a really fucking good A$AP Rocky verse. Both bookend the track, and honestly the end result is twice as good as the original track. In its second week out, the "Reminder" remix is down seven spots from #1 to #8.

7. Rick Ross Feat. Meek Mill, Young Dolph & Bruno Mali Kidd - She On My Dick (Remix)

On Rather You Than Me, his pretty great album from earlier this year, Rick Ross linked up with Gucci Mane for an "MC Hammer" sequel on a track subtly titled "She On My Dick." This past week, he shared a remix that removed GuWop but adds two known entities, as well as someone named Bruno Mali Kidd, to the song. The remix debuts at #7. 

6. Ace Hood - To Whom it May Concern

We haven't heard much from Ace Hood since his split with DJ Khaled's "We The Best" label, but according to the man himself, he's got a new project coming out later this month. First though, he's shared "To Whom it May Concern," which may or may not end up on that upcoming release. The new track debut at #6. 

5. A$AP Ferg Feat. Migos - Nasty (Who Dat)

This Friday, A$AP Ferg will drop off his contribution to A$AP Mob's AWEGUST string of releases, Still Striving. We've already heard a few tracks from it, the most recent being the Migos-featuring track "Nasty (Who Dat)," which could've been recorded when all four artists were supporting Future on tour earlier this summer. The track debuts at #5. 

4. Chris Brown Feat. Kodak Black, Yo Gotti & A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie - Pills & Automobiles

Well this is odd. With very few details shared on Breezy's Heartbreak on a Full Moon album, it seemed that the release of "Pills & Automobiles" suggested a rollout was beginning, but now the track's been removed from all streaming services. What gives? In its second week out, the song rises one spot from #5 to #4.

3. Wiz Khalifa Feat. Ty Dolla $ign - Something New

Wiz and Ty's "Something New" is a little ironically named, because it's largely based around Zapp & Roger's song "Computer Love," which has been sampled a million times before. Nevertheless, the track (rumored to be from Wiz's long-awaited Rolling Papers 2) is great. "Something New" debuts at #3.  

2. Delivery Boys Feat. Rich The Kid - Pissed Off

People have really been fucking with this new track from Delivery Boys, a Brooklyn collective. The squad had never had a track on the site before "Pissed Off," which makes its chart performance all the more impressive. In its second week out, "Pissed Off" is up four spots from #6 to #2.

1. Lil Wayne - Like A Man

This Weezy track leaked last week, and in a wise move, Wayne headed off the pirates and dropped it himself very shortly afterward. "Like A Man" is rumored to be from Tha Carter V, but like all rumors related to that long-delayed project, you've gotta take it with a grain of salt. "Like A Man" debuts at #1.