Check out the Top 10 tracks on HNHH's Top 100 for the week of November 16 - 22.
There weren't too many big releases this past week, unless you're an Adele fan, but we've got heat coming in December from guys like Curren$y and G-Eazy, who both shared new singles off their upcoming albums. This week's Top 10 also includes two tracks off the soundtrack to "Creed," which will hit theaters on November 25, and three new tracks from Thugger, who is currently prepping his fourth project of the year, Hi-Tunes, his debut album.
Elsewhere, a few unexpected collabs hit the Top 100, including the Alchemist-curated "Jabroni" (#19), featuring Mac Miller and Migos, Freddie Gibbs' "10 Times" (#31), featuring E-40 and Gucci Mane, and Lil Bibby's "Speak to Em" (#15), with a rare veteran feature from Common. Check out all 100 tracks right here.
10. Curren$y Feat. Wiz Khalifa - Winning (Prod. by Purps)
Curren$y has scored a few 808 Mafia beats for his upcoming album, Canal St. Confidential. The Purps-produced "Winning," featuring the How Fly duo of Spitta and Wiz, is a surprisingly understated record, but it properly reflects the spirit that has earned the Jet Life boss his status as an underground king.
9. Tyga - Happy Birthday
On his 26th birthday, Tyga dropped a bday tribute to himself. It was rumored that Kylie Jenner dumped him that same night and pulled a quick rebound with A$AP Rocky, but it now seems that Kyga is back on, so we don't have to take "Happy Birthday" with a grain of salt. It's a promising preview off T-raww's Rawwest N*gga Alive, which drops on Black Friday.
8. Childish Gambino, Jhene Aiko & Vince Staples - Waiting for My Moment
The first of two tracks off the soundtrack to the upcoming "Rocky" spin-off film "Creed" that made this week's Top 10. "Waiting for My Moment" is a totally unexpected collab between Childish Gambino, who we hadn't heard all year, Vince Staples, and Jhene Aiko. It's an ambitious collaboration, with an exhilarating instrumental composition from Ludwig Goransson, and inspirational contributions from everyone involved.
7. Jeremih Feat. Fabolous & Red Cafe - Peace Sign (Prod. by DJ Mustard)
Jeremih has been dropping consistent heat leading up to his long-awaited album, Late Nights. This collab with the two Brooklyn OGs and DJ Mustard won't land on Late Nights, but the raunchy club banger is definitely worth a listen. Unfortunately, the track has been taken down, which makes us think that Def Jam is closely guarding just about everything Jeremih wants to put out.
6. Chief Keef - Jumanji (Prod. by Metro Boomin & Sonny Digital)
Chief Keef's new ATL-dedicated mixtape, Finally Rollin 2 featured remixes to '00s GuWop and Jeezy tracks, but there were a couple of notable original productions, including "Jumanji," a collab with Metro Boomin and Sonny Digital that features one of Sosa's best hooks of the year.
5. Rich Homie Quan & Young Thug - Dead On (Prod. by London on da Track)
Like "Never Made Love," the Rich Gang collab that landed on Slime Season 2, the London-produced "Dead On," likely won't get the recognition it deserves. It's telling, though, that the leaked record landed in the Top 5 in its first week, and should Rich Gang reunite, as Rich Homie Quan recently suggested, their fans haven't gone anywhere.
4. Young Thug - Hercules (Prod. by Metro Boomin)
Who knew a short-lived Twitter beef could lead to one of Thugger's hottest tracks of the year. We hope "Hercules" means Metro Thuggin is on the way. If not, we still got Hi-Tunes, whatever Metro's cooking up with Future, and, last but not least, London Boomin.
3. G-Eazy Feat. Chris Brown & Tory Lanez - Drifting
G-Eazy hopes to make a big end-of-year statement on his upcoming album, When It's Dark Out, and his new collab with Chris Brown and Tory Lanez might be his best single yet. The R&B feel adds some nice variety to Eazy's consistent output, and the Bay spitter manages to relay an all-too-real story of a slowly disintegrating relationship.
2. Young Thug - Magnificent (Prod. by London on da Track)
Thugger's third track in the Top 5, and his second with his main slime, London on da Track. The track shows Thug at his most uninhibited, and there's no one who understands his spontaneous vocal maneuvers like London. Of course, we'll happily enjoy any material that surfaces, leaked or not, and London doesn't seem overly frustrated by the rampant leaks, as he recently told us that not a soul outside of YSL has heard anything on Hi-Tunes, of which he's the executive producer.
1. Future - Last Breath (Prod. by Metro Boomin)
Future and young Metro's addition to the "Creed" soundtrack goes No. 1 for the second week in a row. This collab should do more for the film's box-office numbers than any trailer I've seen thus far. Few rappers could take on the "Rocky" theme song and get away with it, but Future's hustle is so infectious that we want him to try out "Eye of the Tiger" next.