Lil Wayne charts 4 tracks from “Tha Carter V” within the high 10 & 22 from the set on the Hot 100 total.
Maroon 5's "Girls Like You," that includes Cardi B, logs a 3rd week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart (dated Oct. 13).
Meanwhile, Lil Wayne makes historical past as the primary artist to debut two songs within the Hot 100's high 5 concurrently, as "Mona Lisa," that includes Kendrick Lamar, launches at No. 2 and "Don't Cry," that includes XXXTentacion, bows at No. 5. Plus, Lil Wayne joins Drake as the one artists to debut 4 songs within the high 10 in a single week, as "Uproar" enters at No. 7 and "Let It Fly," that includes Travis Scott, begins at No. 10.
Additionally, 22 tracks from Tha Carter V, which debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, enter the Hot 100, as Lil Wayne additional matches Drake as the one acts to chart not less than 22 songs concurrently within the survey's historical past.
Here's a rundown the highest 10 and extra on the most recent Hot 100, which blends all-genre U.S. streaming, radio airplay and digital gross sales knowledge. All charts will replace on Billboard.com tomorrow (Oct. 9).
"Girls" tops the Radio Songs chart for an 11th week, with 125.9 million in viewers, down 2 p.c, within the week ending Oct. 7, in response to Nielsen Music. The observe ties The Chainsmokers' "Closer," that includes Halsey, in 2016, because the longest-leading Radio Songs No. 1 by a duo or group this century; it boasts the longest reign by a duo or group since TLC's "No Scrubs" led for 13 weeks in 1999. "Girls" has logged the longest run atop the chart by any act since Ed Sheeran's "Shape You," which spent 12 weeks at No. 1 in 2017 (and which interpolates "Scrubs"). (Goo Goo Dolls' "Iris" holds the longevity document atop Radio Songs amongst all acts, with 18 weeks at No. 1 in 1998.)
"Girls" drops Three-Eight on Digital Song Sales (18,000 downloads bought, down 26 p.c, within the week ending Oct. Four), after main for six weeks, and 13-19 on Streaming Songs (23.Three million U.S. streams, up 2 p.c, within the week ending Oct. Four), the place it reached No. 5.
As for Lil Wayne's huge week on the Hot 100, let's take a look at 5 his greatest feats associated to the arrival Tha Carter V.
First act with two simultaneous high 5 debuts: Lil Wayne is the primary artist ever to debut two songs within the Hot 100's high 5 concurrently: "Mona Lisa," that includes Kendrick Lamar (No. 2), and "Don't Cry," that includes XXXTentacion (No. 5).
Streaming powers the tracks, as "Lisa" debuts at No. 1 on Streaming Songs, the place it's Lil Wayne's first chief, with 43 million U.S. streams, "Cry" enters at No. 2 with 36 million. The songs additionally debut on Digital Song Sales at No. 5 (22,000) and No. 9 (16,000), respectively.
Record-tying 4 high 10 debuts: Plus, as "Uproar" debuts at No. 7 on the Hot 100 and "Let It Fly," that includes Travis Scott, begins at No. 10, Lil Wayne turns into the fifth act to have debuted a number of songs within the Hot 100's high 10 concurrently, becoming a member of Ed Sheeran, Drake, J. Cole and Scott.
Drake has achieved the feat 3 times, together with launching 4 titles within the high 10 on the July 14-dated chart, a document that Lil Wayne matches:
Drake, July 14, 2018
No. 2, "Nonstop"
No. 6, "In My Feelings"
No. Eight, "Emotionless"
No. 9, "Don't Matter to Me," feat. Michael Jackson
Lil Wayne, Oct. 13, 2018
No. 2, "Mona Lisa," feat. Kendrick Lamar
No. 5, "Don't Cry," feat. XXXTentacion
No. 7, "Uproar"
No. 10, "Let It Fly," feat. Travis Scott
Lil Wayne ups his rely to 24 profession Hot 100 high 10s, passing JAY-Z (21) for the second-most amongst rappers, after Drake's 31. Eminem ranks third within the class with 20 high 10s. Lil Wayne lands his first high 10s in a lead position in over 5 years, since "Love Me," that includes Drake and Future, hit No. 9 in March 2013. He'd final appeared within the area total as featured, with Justin Bieber, Quavo and Chance the Rapper, on DJ Khaled's "I'm the One," which led the May 20, 2017-dated chart.
Record-tying 22 debuts: Twenty-two tracks from The Carter V debut on the Hot 100, as Lil Wayne ties for probably the most simultaneous bows within the chart's historical past. Drake first entered 22 titles on July 14, all from his album Scorpion.
22 complete songs on Hot 100: With these 22 debuts accounting for his complete Hot 100 haul this week, Lil Wayne moreover joins Drake as the one acts to chart not less than 22 songs on the tally concurrently. Drake amassed a document 27 on July 14, when Scorpion debuted atop the Billboard 200, and sports activities two weeks 24 (the next week, July 21; and April Eight, 2017, when his album More Life launched atop the Billboard 200).
160 complete Hot 100 entries: Lil Wayne will increase his profession complete Hot 100 visits to 160. Only the forged Fox's Glee (207) and Drake (188) have earned extra. Elvis Presley is the one different act with a triple-digital complete (108, together with his profession predating the Hot 100's Aug. Four, 1958, inception).
Beyond the Hot 100, "Lisa" launches at No. 1 on each the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs charts, marking Lil Wayne's 11th and seventh chief on every listing.
Elsewhere within the Hot 100's high 10 this week, Juice WRLD's "Lucid Dreams" drops to No. Three from its No. 2 peak; Post Malone's "Better Now" likewise slips a spot from its peak (Three-Four); Travis Scott's "Sicko Mode" is regular at No. 6, after hitting No. Four; 5 Seconds Summer's first Hot 100 high 10, "Youngblood," rises from No. 10 to a brand new No. Eight excessive; and, Drake's "In My Feelings" falls Four-9, after 10 weeks at No. 1.
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