Tory Lanez and Future top the chart again, and their new song even appears twice.
Here's how Tory Lanez and Future's "Real Thing" ended up in our top ten not once, but twice, this week. Two Fridays ago, Lanez shared the track, and it immediately racked up tons of views and a 90+ user rating. Then, due to the fact that it was released on the wrong Friday, he took it down and said that it'd be officially out the following week, October 13th. True to his word, "Real Thing" re-released this past Friday, and our re-post of it also ends up in the top ten.
That gives Tory and Fewtch two appearances apiece, and with Future getting an additional guest spot on a Chris Brown track, he's number one this week with three appearances to his name. Lanez and Ty Dolla $ign finish second with two apiece. New tracks barely missing out on this week's list include Will Smith's "Get Lit" (#11), Desiigner's "Friday the 13th" (#12), Lil Pump and 2 Chainz's "Iced Out" (#13), and Baka Not Nice's "Money in the Bank" (#14).
10. Ty Dolla $ign Feat. YG - Ex
We're now less than two weeks away from Ty Dolla $ign's long-awaited Beach House 3, and for his most recent pre-release single, he linked up with his longtime collaborator YG. In its second week out, "Ex" is down two places, from #8 to #10.
9. Yo Gotti - Juice
Another artist who'll be releasing an album on October 27th is Yo Gotti, who will be continuing his I Am series with I Still Am. He follows up the success of his single "Rake It Up" with the single "Juice," which only garners a 53% approval rating from HNHH users. The song debuts at #9.
8. Zaytoven Feat. Lil Uzi Vert - Alot
This standout cut from ZayTiggy's recent Where Would The Game Be Without Me 2 barely missed the top ten last week, finishing at #11. In its second week out, "Alot" leaps up three spots to finish at #8.
7. Gucci Mane Feat. Ty Dolla $ign - Enormous
After a delay a few weeks back, Gucci Mane released his Mr. Davis album this past Friday (October 13th), featuring the highest concentration of big-name features on any of his post-prison projects, and perhaps the highest of any Gucci project since 2009's The State Vs. Radric Davis. A standout of those is "Enormous," which features an excellent hook from Ty Dolla $ign. It debuts at #7.
6. YG Hootie Feat. Kendrick Lamar - The City
Kendrick Lamar's last two features, both coming in the past month, have been pretty unexpected, but great nonetheless. His last one came through on Rich The Kid's "New Freezer," which debuted at #1, and now it's YG Hootie, a rapper who's been pretty quiet recently. "The City" debuts at #6.
5. Tory Lanez Feat. Future - Real Thing
The first of the two "Real Thing" posts on the chart is the newer, actually active one. Shared this past Friday, the song gained enough views to debut at #5.
4. P!nk Feat. Eminem - Revenge
If this past week has shown us anything about Eminem, it's that his fans are starving for any new verses they can get, whether it's a BET Cypher or a P!nk feature. "Revenge" might be the first time P!nk's ever hit our top ten, and the new single debuts at #4.
3. Ski Mask the Slump God Feat. Offset - With Vengeance
Another first in our top ten is Ski Mask the Slump God getting in as a lead artist for the first time, with his long-awaited collab with Offset and Timbaland finally surfacing. "With Vengeance" lives up to the hype, and Ski Mask continues to be the standout rapper from the recent Soundcloud pack. This one debuts at #3.
2. Chris Brown Feat. Future & Young Thug - High End
After months of uncertainty, Chris Brown finally announced a release date (Halloween) for his mega-album Heartbreak on a Full Moon. In conjunction with the announcement, he shared a new single from the album featuring big-ticket ATL stars Young Thug and Future. "High End" debuts at #2.
1. Tory Lanez Feat. Future - Real Thing
Rounding out the list this week is the original post of "Real Thing," which means Future plays a part in the #1 and #2 tracks of the week. Even though this one was unavailable to stream for the bulk of last week, people were still searching for it. For the second straight week, it holds the #1 spot.