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BILLBOARD HOT 100

Week ending March 20, 2021 | Tracking periods: sales/streaming — 3/5–3/11, airplay — 3/8–3/14


TW LW PP WC Artist – Song

01 ** 01 01 Drake ‒ What's Next (HOT SHOT DEBUT)
02 ** 02 01 Drake feat. Lil Baby ‒ Wants And Needs
03 ** 03 01 Drake feat. Rick Ross ‒ Lemon Pepper Freestyle
04 ** 04 01 Silk Sonic ‒ Leave The Door Open

05 01 01 09 Olivia Rodrigo ‒ Drivers License
06 02 02 05 Cardi B ‒ Up (BIGGEST AIRPLAY GAIN)
07 06 04 13 The Weeknd ‒ Save Your Tears
08 03 01 66 The Weeknd ‒ Blinding Lights
09 04 02 19 Ariana Grande ‒ 34+35
10 07 01 31 24kGoldn feat. iann dior ‒ Mood

11 05 03 44 Chris Brown & Young Thug ‒ Go Crazy
12 09 09 27 Pop Smoke ‒ What You Know Bout Love
13 10 05 23 Dua Lipa feat. DaBaby ‒ Levitating
14 08 03 04 Lil Tjay feat. 6LACK ‒ Calling My Phone
15 11 01 20 Ariana Grande ‒ Positions
16 13 13 10 Pooh Shiesty feat. Lil Durk ‒ Back In Blood
17 12 02 18 Billie Eilish ‒ Therefore I Am
18 26 18 09 Doja Cat ‒ Streets (BIGGEST STREAMING GAIN)
19 23 09 11 SZA ‒ Good Days
20 17 17 29 Tate McRae ‒ You Broke Me First.

21 19 19 14 Yung Bleu feat. Drake ‒ You're Mines Still
22 22 22 09 Saweetie feat. Doja Cat ‒ Best Friend
23 16 05 19 Bad Bunny & Jhay Cortez ‒ Dakiti
24 14 06 36 Pop Smoke feat. Lil Baby & DaBaby ‒ For The Night
25 15 15 08 SpotemGottem feat. Pooh Shiesty or DaBaby ‒ Beat Box
26 ** 26 01 Justin Bieber ‒ Hold On
27 25 23 14 Lil Baby ‒ On Me
28 21 21 30 Machine Gun Kelly x blackbear ‒ My Ex's Best Friend
29 18 10 18 CJ ‒ Whoopty
30 44 30 12 Thomas Rhett ‒ What's Your Country Song

31 33 31 11 Parmalee x Blanco Brown ‒ Just The Way
32 40 32 11 Gabby Barrett ‒ The Good Ones
33 20 20 23 Niko Moon ‒ Good Time
34 ** 34 01 Lil Baby feat. EST Gee ‒ Real As It Gets
35 30 30 21 Ritt Momney ‒ Put Your Records On
36 27 15 23 Luke Combs ‒ Better Together
37 49 37 04 Masked Wolf ‒ Astronaut In The Ocean
38 31 06 10 Justin Bieber ‒ Anyone
39 37 32 05 Coi Leray feat. Lil Durk ‒ No More Parties
40 39 39 03 Kali Uchis ‒ Telepatia

41 48 25 28 Chris Stapleton ‒ Starting Over
42 32 01 13 Taylor Swift ‒ Willow
43 43 01 29 BTS ‒ Dynamite (BIGGEST SALES GAIN)
44 34 34 14 The Kid LAROI ‒ Without You
45 42 28 14 Megan Thee Stallion feat. DaBaby ‒ Cry Baby
46 28 24 21 BRS Kash ‒ Throat Baby (Go Baby)
47 45 45 05 Ava Max ‒ My Head And My Heart
48 36 36 11 Luke Bryan ‒ Down To One
49 29 03 25 Justin Bieber feat. Chance The Rapper ‒ Holy
50 46 44 13 H.E.R. ‒ Damage

51 52 48 10 Florida Georgia Line ‒ Long Live
52 54 52 04 Giveon ‒ Heartbreak Anniversary
53 50 37 05 Moneybagg Yo ‒ Time Today
54 ** 54 01 Maroon 5 feat. Megan Thee Stallion ‒ Beautiful Mistakes
55 60 55 09 Brett Young ‒ Lady
56 51 49 04 Dua Lipa ‒ We're Good
57 61 57 08 Glass Animals ‒ Heat Waves

58 58 56 08 Travis Scott & HVME ‒ Goosebumps
59 55 55 11 All Time Low feat. Demi Lovato & blackbear ‒ Monsters
60 66 60 03 Mooski ‒ Track Star

61 57 47 09 Erica Banks ‒ Buss It
62 67 62 09 Dustin Lynch ‒ Momma's House
63 56 12 16 Megan Thee Stallion ‒ Body
64 62 09 09 Morgan Wallen ‒ Wasted On You
65 59 57 20 Harry Styles ‒ Golden
66 63 53 07 Bad Bunny & Rosalia ‒ La Noche de Anoche
67 65 02 20 Luke Combs ‒ Forever After All
68 70 68 09 Eric Church ‒ Hell Of A View
69 53 42 13 Darius Rucker ‒ Beers And Sunshine
70 69 67 09 Black Eyed Peas x Shakira ‒ Girl Like Me

71 73 71 08 Tenille Arts ‒ Somebody Like That
72 68 32 09 Morgan Wallen ‒ Sand In My Boots
73 72 55 07 DaBaby ‒ Masterpiece
74 ** 74 01 Lil Durk ‒ Hellcats & Trackhawks
75 77 75 11 VEDO ‒ You Got It
76 75 62 13 Keith Urban & P!nk ‒ One Too Many
77 81 77 03 Tiesto ‒ The Business
78 84 78 07 Jordan Davis ‒ Almost Maybes
79 83 79 05 Morray ‒ Quicksand
80 88 80 03 Jake Owen ‒ Made For You

81 71 71 05 Jason Derulo feat. Adam Levine ‒ Lifestyle
82 92 82 02 Sam Hunt ‒ Breaking Up Was Easy In The 90's
83 82 82 05 Myke Towers & Juhn ‒ Bandido
84 85 84 03 Pop Smoke feat. A Boogie Wit da Hoodie ‒ Hello
85 95 85 07 Jazmine Sullivan ‒ Pick Up Your Feelings
86 80 78 05 YBN Nahmir feat. 21 Savage ‒ Opp Stoppa
87 76 51 05 Pooh Shiesty feat. BIG30 ‒ Neighbors
88 91 63 05 Dan + Shay ‒ Glad You Exist
89 96 89 02 Dylan Scott ‒ Nobody
90 94 31 08 Future & Lil Uzi Vert ‒ Drankin N Smokin

91 79 39 06 Lil Durk feat. Lil Baby ‒ Finesse Out The Gang Way
92 86 53 11 Lil Durk & King Von ‒ Still Trappin'
93 87 81 11 DDG ‒ Moonwalking In Calabasas
94 78 34 20 Jack Harlow ‒ Tyler Herro
95 93 25 13 Morgan Wallen ‒ Somebody's Problem
96 97 52 10 Morgan Wallen ‒ Cover Me Up
97 ** 97 01 Juice WRLD, Clever & Post Malone ‒ Life's A Mess II
98 99 98 02 Dierks Bentley ‒ Gone
99 64 99 02 Pop Smoke ‒ AP
100 ** 100 01 Nelly & Florida Georgia Line ‒ Lil Bit

OUT 24 03 62 Gabby Barrett feat. Charlie Puth ‒ I Hope
OUT 35 08 35 AJR ‒ Bang!
OUT 38 06 29 Internet Money & Gunna feat. Don Toliver & NAV ‒ Lemonade
OUT 41 12 20 Justin Bieber & benny blanco ‒ Lonely
OUT 47 02 29 Drake feat. Lil Durk ‒ Laugh Now Cry Later
OUT 74 74 01 Post Malone ‒ Only Wanna Be With You
OUT 89 39 20 Kelsea Ballerini ‒ Hole In The Bottle
OUT 90 90 01 Elle King & Miranda Lambert ‒ Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home)
OUT 98 95 03 Giveon ‒ Like I Want You
OUT 100 72 13 Karol G ‒ Bichota

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TW LW Artist – Song

01 04 Chris Young + Kane Brown ‒ Famous Friends
02 03 Miranda Lambert ‒ Settling Down
03 06 Fredo Bang ‒ Top
04 05 Blake Shelton ‒ Minimum Wage
05 ** DJ Snake & Selena Gomez ‒ Selfish Love
06 18 LPB Poody ‒ Batman
07 01 Duncan Laurence ‒ Arcade
08 02 DUSTY LOCANE ‒ Rollxn N Controllxn Freestyle
09 09 Elevation Worship feat. Brandon Lake ‒ Graves Into Gardens
10 13 Kevo Muney ‒ Leave Some Day
11 10 Toosii & Summer Walker ‒ Love Cycle
12 19 Matthew West ‒ Truth Be Told
13 12 DJ Nelson Presenta Jay Wheeler & Myke Towers ‒ La Curiosidad
14 25 Sam Fischer & Demi Lovato ‒ What Other People Say
15 20 Jason Aldean ‒ Blame It On You
16 21 Nathan Evans ‒ Wellerman
17 ** Cole Swindell ‒ Single Saturday Night
18 RE Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood ‒ Shallow
19 ** Lil Durk, King Von & Booka600 feat. Memo600 ‒ Jump
20 16 Ella Mai ‒ Not Another Love Song
21 ** Fat Joe feat. Amorphous ‒ Sunshine (The Light)
22 ** YNW Melly & Kodak Black ‒ Thugged Out
23 ** ElyOtto ‒ SugarCrash!
24 ** Rod Wave ‒ Street Runner
25 23 Phil Wickham ‒ Battle Belongs
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Drake Makes Historic Hot 100 Start at Nos. 1, 2 & 3, Led by 'What's Next'
By Gary Trust | 3/15/2021

The lyrics of Drake's new song "What's Next" have proven prophetic, as the track debuts at numero uno on the Billboard Hot 100 (aka, the "Hot one hundo"). He also becomes the first artist to enter the chart at Nos. 1, 2 and 3 simultaneously, as the song is joined by his "Wants and Needs," featuring Lil Baby, new at No. 2, and "Lemon Pepper Freestyle," featuring Rick Ross, new at No. 3.

The tracks were released March 5 on OVO Sound/Republic Records (packaged under the title "Scary Hours 2").

With "What's Next," Drake adds his eighth Hot 100 No. 1, while the three songs up his total to a record-extending 45 top 10s. Drake also joins The Beatles and Ariana Grande as the only acts ever to rank at Nos. 1, 2 and 3 on the Hot 100 simultaneously.

Meanwhile, the week's top four songs on the Hot 100 are all debuts for the first time in the chart's six-decade history -- as, below Drake's three-song launch, Silk Sonic's "Leave the Door Open" enters at No. 4. The duo comprises Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak.

Plus, as it cedes the Hot 100's summit after eight weeks at No. 1, Olivia Rodrigo's "Drivers License" takes over atop the Radio Songs chart.

Here's a look at Drake's unprecedented week with "What's Next," the 1,117th No. 1 in the Hot 100's archives, and his two other new entries. The song is the 49th single to debut at No. 1 (and the second in a row, following Rodrigo's "License").

Streams, Airplay & Sales: "What's Next" opens with 49.1 million U.S. streams and 19,000 downloads sold in the week ending March 11, according to MRC Data. It also drew 11.9 million radio airplay audience impressions in the week ending March 14.

"Wants and Needs" arrives with 41.5 million streams, 17,000 sold and 2.1 million in airplay audience, while "Lemon Pepper Freestyle" starts with 32.1 million streams, 15,000 sold and 869,000 in radio reach.

As on the Hot 100, the tracks start at Nos. 1, 2 and 3, respectively, on the Streaming Songs chart, where Drake widens his lead for the most No. 1s (10) and top 10s (51). On Digital Song Sales, they debut at Nos. 3, 4 and 5, respectively.

Drake's record arrival at Nos. 1, 2 & 3 / Top four all debuts: Drake is the first artist to debut at Nos. 1, 2 and 3 on the Hot 100 in the same week, while the arrival of Silk Sonic's "Leave the Door Open" makes this week's chart the first ever with four simultaneous debuts in the top four.

Previously, songs debuted at Nos. 1 and 2 simultaneously on the Hot 100 three times, and never by the same artist. Most recently, Ariana Grande's "Positions" and Luke Combs' "Forever After All" launched at Nos. 1 and 2, respectively, on the chart dated Nov. 7, 2020. Before that, Adele's "Hello" debuted at No. 1 and Bieber's "Sorry" started at No. 2 on Nov. 14, 2015, while Clay Aiken's "This Is the Night" and Ruben Studdard's "Flying Without Wings" entered at Nos. 1 and 2, respectively (reversing their finishes that season on American Idol), on June 28, 2003.

Beatles, Ariana & Drake: Drake, meanwhile, joins The Beatles and Ariana Grande as the only acts ever to rank at Nos. 1, 2 and 3 on the Hot 100 simultaneously. He's thus the first solo male to earn the honor.

Grande achieved the feat with "7 Rings," "Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored" and "Thank U, Next" on the Hot 100 dated Feb. 23, 2019. No such triple had occurred in 55 years to that point, since The Beatles did so for five weeks in 1964, that March 14, 21 and 28 and April 4 and 25, with "Can't Buy Me Love," "Twist and Shout" and "Do You Want to Know a Secret," respectively, on the last of those dates; on April 4, 1964, the group claimed the entire top five.

Here's a recap of all his leaders:
"What's My Name?," Rihanna feat. Drake (one week at No. 1, beginning Nov. 20, 2010)
"Work," Rihanna feat. Drake (nine weeks, beginning March 5, 2016)
"One Dance," Drake feat. WizKid & Kyla (10 weeks, beginning May 21, 2016)
"God's Plan," Drake (11 weeks, beginning Feb. 3, 2018)
"Nice for What," Drake (eight weeks, beginning April 21, 2018)
"In My Feelings," Drake (10 weeks, beginning July 21, 2018)
"Toosie Slide," Drake (one week, April 18, 2020)
"What's Next," Drake (one week to-date, March 20, 2021)

"Next" is Drake's fourth song to debut at No. 1 on the Hot 100, the most among male artists, following "God's Plan," "Nice for What" and "Toosie Slide." Overall, only Ariana Grande boasts more No. 1 beginnings, with five.

With his three latest entrances, Drake also swells his record total to 30 career debuts in the Hot 100's top 10.

Most weeks at No. 1 among solo males: Drake extends his mark for the most total weeks at No. 1 on the Hot 100 among solo males to 51. Usher ranks second with 47.

Here's an updated leaderboard among all acts:
84, Mariah Carey
60, Rihanna
59, The Beatles
51, Drake
50, Boyz II Men

Drake ups record to 45 top 10s: Drake pads his record total to 45 Hot 100 top 10s, thanks to "What's Next," "Wants and Needs" and "Lemon Pepper Freestyle." Madonna ranks second with 38 top 10s, followed by The Beatles with 34.

Drake further extends his records to 119 top 40 Hot 100 hits and 231 entries overall.

Lil Baby, Ross reach top 10: With "Wants and Needs," Lil Baby adds his sixth Hot 100 top 10.

Thanks to "Lemon Pepper Freestyle," Rick Ross lands his second Hot 100 top 10, and highest placement, following his fellow featured turn on Drake's "Money in the Grave" (No. 7, 2019). Ross earns his 50th total Hot 100 entry, dating to his first in 2006.

Drake extends R&B/hip-hop No. 1 record: "What's Next" concurrently launches at No. 1 on on the multi-metric Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, where Drake achieves his record-extending 22nd leader. Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder share the second-most No. 1s in the chart's history (20 each).

The track likewise debuts atop the multi-metric Hot Rap Songs chart, where it's also Drake's record-furthering 22nd No. 1.

Rounding out the record run of four simultaneous Hot 100 debuts, Silk Sonic's "Leave the Door Open" starts at No. 4. The song by the duo of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak begins with 23.5 million airplay audience impressions, 23.2 million streams and 27,000 sold, as it debuts at No. 2 on Digital Song Sales, No. 4 on Streaming Songs and No. 31 on Radio Songs.

The collab, billed on the Hot 100 as by Silk Sonic (Bruno Mars & Anderson .Paak), contributes to the chart histories of both artists, becoming Mars' 17th top 10 and Anderson .Paak's first (after he charted one prior entry, reaching No. 89 in February 2020 as featured on Eminem's "Lock It Up").

"Door" debuts at No. 1 on the multi-metric Hot R&B Songs chart, where it's Mars' third leader and Anderson .Paak's first.

Olivia Rodrigo's "Drivers License" falls to No. 5 after spending its first eight weeks on the Hot 100 at No. 1. Still, it rises 2-1 on Radio Songs (74.3 million, up 1%). It dips 4-9 on Streaming Songs (17.3 million, down 12%) and 5-11 on Digital Song Sales (7,000, down 23%).

"License," Rodrigo's first Radio Songs entry, hits No. 1 in its eighth week on the chart. It completes the quickest coronation in nearly two years, since Jonas Brothers' "Sucker" took over on top in its seventh week in April 2019. Among acts' first Radio Songs entries (in lead roles), "License" wraps the fastest run to No. 1 since Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass" (seven weeks, 2014).

Cardi B's "Up" drops to No. 6 from its No. 2 Hot 100 high, as it wins the chart's top Airplay Gainer award (32.4 million, up 17%), and

The Weeknd's "Save Your Tears" slips 6-7, after reaching No. 4, and The Weeknd's "Blinding Lights" falls 3-8, after spending four weeks at No. 1 last April-May. "Lights" adds a record-extending 53rd week in the top 10, a week after becoming the first song in the chart's history to total a year in the region.

Ariana Grande's "34+35" slides 4-9 on the Hot 100, after it reached No. 2.

24kGoldn's "Mood," featuring Iann Dior, backtracks 7-10, after eight nonconsecutive weeks at No. 1 in October through mid-January. The latter leads the multi-metric Hot Rock & Alternative Songs and Hot Alternative Songs charts for a 28th week each.
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Some big records leaving this week. ‘I Hope’ by Gaby Barrett was absolutely terrible so good riddance. AJR ‘Bang’ I liked - shame it’s done nothing over here
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I hope left after 62 weeks, very rare nowadays, it's good song Imo....
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