This previous Friday, after years delays, authorized setbacks, and label in-fighting, Lil Wayne lastly launched his long-awaited album Tha Carter V. It’s a momentous event for a quantity causes, together with Wayne gaining independence from Cash Money Records, setting some streaming information, and linking up with an entire host expertise younger and outdated. Top Tracks is just not proof against the Weezy onslaught, as this week’s high two tracks are each Carter V album cuts.
Wayne is the one artist with a number of songs within the Top Ten this week. New songs barely lacking out on spots embrace Young Thug and 6LACK’s “Climax” (#11), Desto Dubb, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Pump, Smokepurpp, and 03 Greedo’s “Bank Teller” (#12), Kevin Gates’ “Adding Up” (#13), and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s “Retaliation” (#14).
10. Dave East – Yes Indeed (East Mix)
IN the previous, Dave East tackled songs by artists like The Weeknd and Jay-Z in his “East Mix” sequence, and his newest addition is available in over a sizzling monitor from earlier this yr, Drake and Lil Baby’s “Yes Indeed.” His tackle the Harder Than Ever single debuts at #10.
9. Lil Durk Feat. Young Dolph & Lil Baby – Downfall
Speaking Lil Baby, the Atlanta rapper company (together with Memphis’ Young Dolph) on Lil Durk’s newest monitor, “Downfall.” One a small handful tracks Durk’s dropped since getting out his Def Jam deal, this one debuts at #9.
eight. Jacquees – Trip (Quemix)
Here on Top Tracks, we largely see tracks of their first week launch. Sometimes, in the event that they’re actually massive, we see second-week tracks. But fourth-week tracks? Almost by no means. Jacquees’ tackle Ella Mai’s sleeper hit “Boo’d Up” initially debuted throughout the Top Ten when it was launched in early September, however has seen a resurgence in searches because it was taken down a few week in the past. In its fourth week out, “Trip” is up 12 locations from #20 to #eight.
7. Kodak Black – If I am Lyin I am Flyin
Outside a collaborative monitor with Gucci Mane and Bruno Mars, Kodak Black hadn’t launched any new music since getting out jail this summer season till “If I am Lyin I am Flyin.” This one, presumably taken from his upcoming album, debuts at #7.
6. DJ Snake Feat. Selena Gomez, Ozuna & Cardi B – Taki Taki
For his newest single, DJ Snake collected three the most well liked artists Latin descent on the planet. “Taki Taki” options American sensations Selna Gomez and Cardi B, in addition to Puerto Rican hotshot Ozuna. It debuts at #6.
5. Logic Feat. Method Man, RZA, GZA, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, Masta Killa, Cappadonna & Jackpot Scotty Wotty – Wu-Tang Forever
Back within the run-up to his album Nothing Was the Same, Drake claimed to have a tune that includes each residing authentic Wu-Tang Clan member known as “Wu-Tang Forever.” When the album surfaced, they had been nowhere to be discovered. Logic determined to really carry by way of on that promise, grabbing 9 members the Staten Island collective. His “Wu-Tang Forever” debuts at #5.
four. T.I. Feat. Young Thug – The Weekend
T.I. and Young Thug have a number of collaborations below their belts at this level, together with early single “About The Money” and several other Bankroll Mafia cuts, however it’s been some time since they linked up on a tune. “The Weekend” is a single from Tip’s upcoming album The Dime Trap, and it debuts at #four.
three. Juicy J Feat. Travis Scott – Neighbor
Juicy J and Travis Scott even have fairly a fruitful previous working collectively, and never solely that, however the Juiceman additionally has a monitor file nice songs about neighbors. He kills two birds with one stone on his newest tune, “Neighbor,” which debuts at #three.
2. Lil Wayne Feat. Kendrick Lamar – Mona Lisa
One the extra noteworthy Carter V tracks on first look is that this collab with Kendrick Lamar. “Mona Lisa” finds each the top-tier lyricists on the high their video games, and it debuts at #2.
1. Lil Wayne Feat. XXXTentacion – Don’t Cry
It’s actually a bit stunning that this XXXTentacion collab acquired extra views than “Mona Lisa,” however then once more, each bit posthumous music that is trickled out since his demise has been met with an absurd quantity hype. “Don’t Cry” debuts at #1.