PartyNextDoor and Jadakiss' unexpected collab tops our TOP 100 chart this week.
Is Meek Mill that much worse off than he was two and a half years ago, before the Drake beef happened? Admittedly, he had a chance of obtaining mainstream stardom with Dreams Worth More Than Money, but that looked like it wasn't going to happen even before he started singling out Quentin Miller. Nowadays he's back in his lane and his core fanbase seems stronger than ever. This week, he's even got the most appearances in our top ten.
Meek's on here three times, and no one else even appears twice. New tracks barely missing out on spots this week include Kevin Gates' "Had To" (#11), A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie's "Beast Mode" (#12), Kodak Black's "Conditioned" (#13), and K. Michelle and Chris Brown's "Either Way" (#15).
10. dvsn - Mood
Just after releasing the second track from their upcoming sophomore album, Morning After, OVO duo dvsn announced an October 13th release date for the project. "Mood" is a steamy midtempo track that follows "Don't Choose" and promises great things for the upcoming album. "Mood" debuts at #10.
A ton of people continued to gravitate towards our throwback track of choice from two of the 21st Century's greatest MCs, which caused it to enter our TOP 100 chart, in the top ten, no less. In its second week out, it maintains a force on the chart. "No Love" falls seven places from #2 to #9. How long will this TBT song last on the TOP 100?
8. Tee Grizzley Feat Meek Mill - Beef
The first of Meek's three appearances this week comes on a song with Tee Grizzley that also debuted in the top ten last week. "Beef" is a perfect match for the two motor-mouthed spitters. In its second week out, it's down four places from #4 to #8.
For his ode to a common Chicago slang term for lames, Lil Durk surprisingly chose to go with two Atlanta rappers for the feature. Nevertheless, the decision seemed to pay off, as "Goofy" debuts at #7.
6. Lil Dicky Feat. Brain - Could I B Jesus
Dicky's first new joint in quite some time comes with an assist from Brain, his alter ego that's popped up on a few of his tracks in the past. "I Could B Jesus" is a wacky track from the comedic rapper, and one that has earned 86% approval from users. The track debuts at #6.
Kay Slay's recent track brought together the most random assortment of features in recent memory, which seems to be the M.O. for his entire upcoming album, Big Brother. "Cold Summer" is undoubtedly the biggest track on the project, and after debuting at #1 a week ago, it's down four spots to finish at #5 in its second week out.
4. Meek Mill - Team Rich
Meek's second appearance this week is also his only solo one, coming in from the soundtrack of new film True to the Game. "Team Rich" is classic Meek down to the Dreamchasers chains that adorn the single artwork. This one debuts at #4.
After teasing it for months, DJ Carnage finally announced the release date for his and Young Thug's collaborative EP and shared a single from it last week. Young Martha drops later this month, and the organ and horn-led "Homie" arrived alongside one of the year's best videos, so props to Carnage for this one. "Homie' debuts at #3.
This G-Eazy song had Three 6 Mafia's classic "Slob on My Knob" trending on iTunes for a short while last week because of its interpolation of Juicy J's lyrics. It's also notable as Cardi B's first major feature post-"Bodak Yellow," which rose to #2 on the charts today, by the way. "No Limit" debuts at #2.
PND has absolutely dominated our charts with the loosies he's been sharing ahead of his upcoming album Club Atlantis. After hitting #1 two weeks ago and grabbing three spots in the top ten last week, his collab with Jadakiss is good for his second #1 debut in a month's time.