Chris Brown Dominates, Top Tracks On Hustle Gang Tops
The road to Chris Brown’s upcoming album Heartbreak on a Full Moon has been a rocky one, with the prospect of a 45-track album leading to its fair share of delays, but it’s finally set to drop on Halloween. With that announcement made a few weeks back, Breezy’s been relentlessly dropping tracks ever since. The three that arrived last week, as well as the one that was shared a week prior, all make this week’s top ten.
Behind Breezy’s four appearances sit Young Thug, Future, ASAP Rocky and Ty Dolla Sign, each with two appearances apiece. New tracks barely missing out on spots this week include Future, Young Thug, and Offset’s “Patek Water” (#11), Dreezy, 6LACK, and Kodak Black’s “Spar” (#12), Rick Ross’ “TipToe’N” (#13), and Maroon 5 and ASAP Rocky’s “Whiskey” (#15).
10. Chris Brown – Tempo
The first of Breezy’s three new songs on the list is “Tempo,” a song he’d been teasing for quite some time. The mid-tempo R&B track is the lowest-charting of all of his songs this week, but it still garners a strong 92% user rating and a #10 debut.
9. Gucci Mane Feat. ASAP Rocky – Jumped Out the Whip
Two Fridays ago, Gucci Mane dropped his mega album Mr. Davis, and over that weekend, we posted the ASAP Rocky-featuring “Jumped Out the Whip” as a standalone track. Only given a few days of eligibility for last week’s chart, it debuted at #29, and in its second week out, it’s up 20 spots to finish at #9.
8. Young Dolph – While U Here
Young Dolph dropped his third project of the year, Thinking Out Loud, on Friday, and a few days prior, he shared one more pre-release single, “While U Here.” Although probably recorded before the murder attempt that left him in the hospital, the powerful song has gained poignancy in the wake of the incident, as Dolph reminds us to cherish our loved ones while we’ve still got them. The track debuts at #8.
7. Chris Brown Feat. Ty Dolla Sign & Verse Simmonds – Only 4 Me
The next three Breezy tracks are all consecutive on the chart, starting with this guest-heavy Heartbreak on a Full Moon cut. “Only 4 Me” finds him, Ty Dolla, and Verse Simmonds waxing poetic about bringing a stripper home with you. The track debuts at #7.
6. Chris Brown – Confidence
The next Breezy song is named for an attribute you definitely must posses when you decide to release an album that’s 45 songs long. “Confidence” is the danciest of his newest tracks, and it makes its debut at #6.
5. Chris Brown Feat. Future & Young Thug – High End
The one remnant from last week’s chart is— guess what— a Chris Brown track. “High End” features the SuperSlimey boys themselves, Future and Young Thug, and after debuting at #2 last week, it’s down three spots to finish at #5 in its second week out.
4. dvsn – Weekend (Remix)
dvsn put out their second album, Morning After, two weeks ago, and just a few days later, shared a remix of a track from SZA’s most recent album. This version of “Weekend” is written as a response to the original, from the perspective of the dude in the love triangle. dvsn’s remix debuts at #4.
3. Famous Dex Feat. ASAP Rocky – Pick It Up
Up-and-comer and known woman-beater Famous Dex got a huge look last week when ASAP Rocky lent an assist on his latest single, “Pick It Up.” This is definitely Dex’s highest-charting song as a lead artist to date, as the new single debuts at #3.
2. Ty Dolla Sign Feat. Swae Lee & Future – Don’t Judge Me
For the latest single from Ty’s hotly-anticipated Beach House 3 (out this Friday), he reunited the team behind his last album’s biggest hit, “Blasé.” This time, Swae Lee’s big enough to be billed under his own name and not “Rae Sremmurd.” “Don’t Judge Me” may not eclipse the success of “Blasé,” but it’s off to a good start, debuting at #2.
1. Hustle Gang Feat. T.I., Young Thug, Young Dro & Trev Case – That Bag
True T.I./Thugger fans know that the supergroup they created together, Bankroll Mafia, far outshone the revolving door that’s been Hustle Gang since it started a few years back. Even still, a Hustle Gang song featuring Thugger and Young Dro is about as good of a consolation prize as we could hope for in the absence of another Bankroll Mafia project. HG’s new track, “That Bag,” debuts at #1.