Nav and Lil Uzi Vert's second collab, "Wanted You," tops our chart this week.
One of the songs that received the most attention off of Nav and Metro Boomin's Perfect Timing, released back in July, was "A$AP Ferg," a collaboration with fellow Metro devotee Lil Uzi Vert. We haven't heard much from Nav since then, but this past week, he shared second collaboration with the "XO Tour Life" rapper, entitled "Wanted You." Almost needless to say at this point, it rocketed to the top of our TOP 100 chart.
As was also the case last week, 21 Savage notches multiple appearances this week, clocking in at two. Ty Dolla $ign is also on the board with two of his own. New tracks barely missing out on spots this week include G-Eazy's "The Plan" (#11), N.E.R.D and André 3000's "Rollinem 7's" (#13), Wiz Khalifa's "No Dirt" (#14), and 88GLAM and Nav's "Bali" (#16).
Rich Chigga makes his first top ten appearance by calling upon the ever-popping 21 Savage for a (surprisingly dextrous) guest verse. Dropping last Thursday, "Crisis" bolted up the chart for a quick turnaround and a #10 debut.
Ashanti back? The veteran R&B singer hasn't been on our radars for a while, but appears to be making a comeback. "Say Less," which makes use of the potent Dolla $ign/DJ Mustard team, is an excellent choice for a lead single. It debuts at #9.
This Bright soundtrack is going to be weird. The first track we've heard from the OST of the new Netflix movie starring Will Smith isn't that strange— after all, Kiiara's collaborated with rappers before— but just wait until Tom Morello/A$AP Rocky and D.R.A.M./Neil Young collaborations surface. This one, "Darkside," debuts at #8.
OVO's Roy Woods has remained pretty quiet since the release of last December's Nocturnal EP, but now he's gearing up for a new project entitled Say Less. The lead single, "Afterparty" nabs Lil Yachty and Swae Lee for high-profile guest vocals, and it debuts at #7.
Just one day before dropping his Laugh Now, Fly Later tape, Wiz previewed the project with this new one. "Letterman" is the only track from the project to appear in Top Tracks this week, although "No Dirt" finished just outside the top ten. The lead single debuts at #6.
The time-honored practice of pitting female NYC rappers against each other rolls on with this team-up between two elder stateswomen, Remy Ma and Lil Kim. "Wake Me Up" probably disses Nicki Minaj, and maybe Cardi B as well. Perhaps because of that attention-grabbing premise, the song debuts at #5.
The only repeat track from last week's Top Ten, "Pull Up N Wreck" comes on the heels of a big month for Metro, and has already started to receive some radio play. In its second week out, the track is down three spots from #1 to #4.
Considering this track's rare star power, it's a little surprising it didn't debut at #1. Then again, "Walk On Water" only dropped on Friday, so there wasn't much time for it to rack up views before we tallied our totals for the past week. For the time being, it sits at #3.
CyHi The Prynce's long-awaited debut album, No Dope on Sundays, is FINALLY available to stream. The ATL rapper geared up to the release of the new project by dropping two huge singles in the past two weeks. The Kanye West-featuring "Dat Side" debuted at #2 last week, and now the Travis Scott-assisted "I'm Fine" has done the same in its first week out.
This duo of youngsters can often be divisive on their own, but with "Wanted You," they're now 2-for-2 on collabs. This one garners an 81% user rating, which especially for Nav, is a huge triumph. "Wanted You" debuts at #1.