We simply obtained XXXTentacion’s first posthumous album, but it surely looks like his followers nonetheless need extra. In the months since X died, he is hit #1 on our charts 4 instances, with the most recent coming on this week an Into The Spider-Verse soundtrack reduce. Following his and Wayne’s “Don’t Cry,” “Arms Around You” and “Bad!,” “Scared the Dark” proves past the shadow a doubt that X is a surefire #1 every time he drops new music.
X makes two appearances within the prime ten this week, as do Offset and Youngboy Never Broke Again. New tracks barely lacking out on spots this week embrace Vince Staples’ “Home” (#11), T-Pain’s “That’s Yo Money” (#13), Curren$y’s “Grand” (#14), and Gucci Mane’s “Father’s Day” (#15).
10. Offset – Red Room
There’s nonetheless no ficial launch date for Offset’s upcoming solo album, but it surely’s clear that individuals are nonetheless clamoring to listen to it. Lead single “Red Room” is now on its third week eligibility on the charts, and it is nonetheless inside the highest ten, which is uncommon. In its third week out, the tune is down eight locations from #2 to #10.
9. TM88 & Southside Feat. Valee & Lil Yachty – Hmmm
808 Mafia experts TM88 and Southside have paired up for lots collaborations previously, and their vocal friends this time round, Valee and Lil Yachty, are previous collaborators as effectively, beforehand linking up on “Wombo.” The 4’s new observe, “Hmmm,” debuts at #9.
eight. Ice Cube – Chase Down the Bully
Ice Cube’s now debuted two straight tracks inside the highest ten, which is actually a bit sudden for him at this level in his profession. The second one, “Chase Down the Bully,” debuts at #eight.
7. Smooky Margielaa Feat. A$AP Rocky, Chris Brown & Juicy J – Flight To Memphis
Last week’s #1, the Smooky Margielaa-led observe “Flight To Memphis,” hangs on for a second week, making it the second an unusually excessive three repeat fenders on this week’s checklist. In its second week out, it is down six locations from #1 to #7.
6. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Feat. Tyga & Offset – Startender
Among this 12 months’s late-December releases, which inevitably trickle out after each publication’s put out their year-end lists, is A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s Hoodie SZN, which is due out this Friday, December 21. Following earlier single “Look Back At It,” new observe “Startender” debuts at #6.
5. Youngboy Never Broke Again – Valuable Pain
Youngboy has simply had one essentially the most prolific launch schedules 2018, dropping an album, three EPs, and numerous loosies. The newest the latter class is “Valuable Pain,” a brand new one which confirmed up on-line final week. It debuts at #5.
four. Kodak Black Feat. Juice WRLD – MoshPit
Kodak Black put out his newest album, Dying To Live, final Friday. Just a few days earlier than that, he dropped f one remaining single, the Juice WRLD-assisted “MoshPit,” earlier than sharing the total undertaking. That observe debuts at #four.
three. XXXTentacion – Guardian Angel
The first two XXX tracks on this week’s checklist is f his current posthumous album, Skins. In its second week out, “Guardian Angel” is up seven locations from #10 to #three.
2. Gucci Mane Feat. Youngboy Never Broke Again – Cold Shoulder
Gucci Mane was oddly absent from a lot 2018, going in opposition to his usually-prolific popularity. But Evil Genius lastly arrived two weeks in the past, and with it got here a number of bangers like “Cold Shoulder.” The Youngboy-assisted jam debuts at #2.
1. Lil Wayne & Ty Dolla $ign Feat. XXXTentacion – Scared the Dark
By himself, Lil Wayne’s often a reasonably protected wager for a #1 debut. Ditto for XXXTentacion. So throw these two collectively, sprinkle some Ty Dolla $ign on prime, and you have got a surefire recipe for achievement. Their contribution to the Spider Man: Into the Spider-Verse soundtrack, “Scared the Dark,” debuts at #1.