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BILLBOARD HOT 100

Week ending June 30, 2018 | Tracking periods: sales/streaming — 6/15–6/21, airplay — 6/18–6/24


TW LW PP WC Artist – Song

01 52 01 16 XXXTENTACION – Sad!
02 03 02 11 Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin – I Like It
03 01 01 11 Drake – Nice For What
04 06 04 06 Juice WRLD – Lucid Dreams
05 05 04 04 Maroon 5 feat. Cardi B – Girls Like You (AIRPLAY GAINER)
06 02 01 17 Post Malone feat. Ty Dolla $ign – Psycho
07 07 06 12 Ella Mai – Boo'd Up
08 04 01 22 Drake – God's Plan
09 09 03 09 Ariana Grande – No Tears Left To Cry
10 08 05 21 Zedd, Maren Morris & Grey – The Middle

11 10 02 35 Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line – Meant To Be
12 11 06 06 Lil Baby & Drake – Yes Indeed
13 ** 13 01 The Carters – Apes**t (HOT SHOT DEBUT)
14 13 11 19 Marshmello & Anne-Marie – Friends
15 28 15 04 Drake – I'm Upset
16 RE 16 10 XXXTENTACION – Moonlight
17 12 01 07 Childish Gambino – This Is America
18 RE 18 10 XXXTENTACION – Changes
19 RE 19 17 XXXTENTACION – Jocelyn Flores
20 15 11 22 Bazzi – Mine

21 17 01 43 Ed Sheeran – Perfect
22 16 11 14 Shawn Mendes – In My Blood
23 20 07 08 Post Malone – Better Now
24 14 10 21 Migos feat. Drake – Walk It Talk It
25 18 05 19 BlocBoy JB feat. Drake – Look Alive
26 19 06 27 Camila Cabello – Never Be The Same
27 25 25 15 Taylor Swift – Delicate
28 RE 28 20 XXXTENTACION feat. Trippie Redd – F**k Love
29 23 11 12 Cardi B – Be Careful
30 21 12 21 Imagine Dragons – Whatever It Takes

31 24 01 40 Post Malone feat. 21 Savage – Rockstar
32 33 13 19 Rich The Kid – Plug Walk
33 22 22 06 Selena Gomez – Back To You
34 32 32 15 Dan + Shay – Tequila
35 26 15 26 Kane Brown – Heaven
36 34 34 18 Khalid & Normani – Love Lies
37 30 30 11 Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa – One Kiss
38 38 38 04 Tyga feat. Offset – Taste
39 27 01 45 Camila Cabello feat. Young Thug – Havana
40 36 36 09 Casper Magico, Nio Garcia, Darell, Nicky Jam, Ozuna & Bad Bunny – Te Bote

41 35 06 47 Dua Lipa – New Rules
42 RE 42 05 XXXTENTACION – Everybody Dies In Their Nightmares
43 ** 43 01 Nicki Minaj feat. Ariana Grande – Bed
44 29 24 23 Maroon 5 – Wait
45 41 41 06 Juice WRLD – All Girls Are The Same
46 37 08 14 Lil Dicky feat. Chris Brown – Freaky Friday
47 46 46 19 Lauv – I Like Me Better
48 31 11 03 Kanye West – All Mine
49 79 49 03 5 Seconds Of Summer – Youngblood
50 48 48 11 Kenny Chesney – Get Along

51 49 49 13 Morgan Wallen feat. Florida Georgia Line – Up Down
52 43 10 11 Nicki Minaj – Chun-Li
53 ** 53 01 2 Chainz, Drake & Quavo – Bigger > You
54 57 54 03 Florida Georgia Line – Simple
55 ** 55 01 BLACKPINK – DDU-DU DDU-DU
56 51 49 23 Dua Lipa – IDGAF
57 45 34 14 Luke Combs – One Number Away
58 RE 58 03 XXXTENTACION – The Remedy For A Broken Heart (Why Am I So In Love)
59 56 56 14 Foster The People – Sit Next To Me
60 63 60 07 Brett Young – Mercy

61 44 07 20 The Weeknd & Kendrick Lamar – Pray For Me
62 59 16 08 Post Malone feat. Nicki Minaj – Ball For Me
63 76 63 16 Blake Shelton – I Lived It
64 72 28 13 Famous Dex – Japan
65 71 10 05 BTS – Fake Love
66 55 53 07 Charlie Puth feat. Kehlani – Done For Me
67 40 08 03 Kanye West – Yikes
68 50 46 04 6ix9ine feat. DJ SPINKING – TATI
69 58 41 16 Nicky Jam x J Balvin – X
70 64 43 20 Daddy Yankee – Dura

71 65 10 09 J. Cole – KOD
72 66 66 09 David Lee Murphy & Kenny Chesney – Everything's Gonna Be Alright
73 54 04 12 The Weeknd – Call Out My Name
74 ** 74 01 Kygo & Imagine Dragons – Born To Be Yours
75 74 70 10 Halsey feat. Big Sean & Stefflon Don – Alone
76 68 24 10 Lil Pump – Esskeetit
77 ** 77 01 The Carters – Boss
78 ** 78 01 Martin Garrix feat. Khalid – Ocean

79 70 45 04 A$AP Rocky feat. Skepta – Praise The Lord (Da Shine)
80 ** 80 01 XXXTENTACION – Hope

81 78 78 04 Billie Eilish & Khalid – Lovely
82 RE 82 02 XXXTENTACION – Numb
83 75 28 16 Rae Sremmurd & Juicy J – Powerglide
84 ** 84 01 The Carters – Summer
85 ** 85 01 Jason Aldean feat. Miranda Lambert – Drowns The Whiskey

86 89 74 05 Lil Baby feat. Gunna & Lil Uzi Vert – Life Goes On
87 100 78 04 Diplo, French Montana & Lil Pump feat. Zhavia Ward – Welcome To The Party
88 53 53 11 Dierks Bentley – Woman, Amen
89 80 36 09 El Chombo feat. Cutty Ranks – Dame Tu Cosita
90 77 42 08 YoungBoy Never Broke Again – Overdose

91 39 39 02 KIDS SEE GHOSTS – Reborn
92 90 90 02 Lil Skies feat. Yung Pinch – I Know You
93 82 54 15 Bad Wolves – Zombie
94 86 86 04 Jake Owen – I Was Jack (You Were Diane)
95 ** 95 01 The Carters – Nice
96 ** 96 01 Nas feat. Kanye West – Cop Shot The Kid
97 81 57 09 Khalid, Ty Dolla $ign & 6LACK – OTW
98 87 74 15 Jhene Aiko feat. Swae Lee Or Rae Sremmurd – Sativa
99 ** 99 01 The Carters – Friends
100 RE 45 03 Queen Naija – Medicine

OUT 42 42 01 KIDS SEE GHOSTS feat. Louis Prima – 4th Dimension
OUT 47 47 01 KIDS SEE GHOSTS – Feel The Love
OUT 60 16 02 Kanye West feat. PARTYNEXTDOOR – Ghost Town
OUT 61 28 20 Jason Aldean – You Make It Easy
OUT 62 62 01 KIDS SEE GHOSTS – Freeee (Ghost Town, Pt. 2)
OUT 67 67 01 KIDS SEE GHOSTS – Fire
OUT 69 69 01 KIDS SEE GHOSTS – Cudi Montage
OUT 73 73 01 KIDS SEE GHOSTS – KIDS SEE GHOSTS
OUT 83 83 02 Reik feat. Ozuna & Wisin – Me Niego
OUT 84 84 01 Kane Brown – Lose It
OUT 85 27 02 Kanye West – Violent Crimes
OUT 88 88 01 Nicki Minaj feat. Lil Wayne – Rich Sex
OUT 91 49 20 Ozuna & Romeo Santos – El Farsante
OUT 92 24 02 Kanye West feat. PARTYNEXTDOOR – Wouldn't Leave
OUT 93 58 04 Luke Combs – Beautiful Crazy
OUT 94 94 02 Becky G + Natti Natasha – Sin Pijama
OUT 95 72 02 Sugarland feat. Taylor Swift – Babe
OUT 96 21 10 Cardi B feat. Migos – Drip
OUT 97 66 03 YG feat. 2 Chainz, Big Sean & Nicki Minaj – Big Bank
OUT 98 50 19 Jordan Davis – Singles You Up
OUT 99 92 03 Chris Lane feat. Tori Kelly – Take Back Home Girl

Bubbling Under

TW LW Artist – Song

01 05 Thomas Rhett – Life Changes
02 ** Tiesto & Dzeko feat. Preme & Post Malone – Jackie Chan
03 ** The Carters – 713
04 ** Alessia Cara – Growing Pains
05 ** Nas feat. Puff Daddy – Not For Radio
06 06 Clean Bandit feat. Demi Lovato – Solo
07 01 Keith Urban feat. Julia Michaels – Coming Home
08 10 G-Eazy feat. Yo Gotti & YBN Nahmir – 1942
09 09 Morgan Evans – Kiss Somebody
10 ** The Carters – Heard About Us
11 ** Ariana Grande feat. Nicki Minaj – The Light Is Coming
12 15 YoungBoy Never Broke Again – Genie
13 12 TK Kravitz feat. Jacqueez – Ocean
14 03 KYLE feat. Kehlani – Playinwitme
15 ** Troye Sivan feat. Ariana Grande – Dance To This
16 20 Juice WRLD – Lean Wit Me
17 07 Raymix – Oye Mujer
18 ** Nas feat. The-Dream – Adam & Eve
19 08 AJR feat. Rivers Cuomo – Sober Up
20 ** The Carters – Black Effect
21 ** The Carters – Lovehappy
22 13 Dylan Scott – Hooked
23 25 Luke Bryan – Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset
24 ** YoungBoy Never Broke Again – Through The Storm
25 11 Cory Asbury – Reckless Love
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XXXTentacion's 'Sad!' Vaults From No. 52 to No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100 Following Rapper/Singer's Death
6/25/2018 by Gary Trust

Following XXXTentacion's death June 18, the controversial rapper/singer charts nine songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart (dated June 30).

As previously reported, his top entry, "Sad!," surges from No. 52 to No. 1, to become the first posthumous No. 1 for a lead soloist since The Notorious B.I.G.'s "Mo Money Mo Problems" in 1997.

"Sad!" makes its jump with 48.9 million U.S. streams, up 264 percent, in the week ending June 21, according to Nielsen Music, as it takes over atop the Streaming Songs chart. It also sold 26,000 downloads sold (up 659 percent) and drew 2.9 million radio audience impressions (up 112 percent) in the chart's tracking week.

Of XXXTentacion's nine entries on the latest Hot 100, seven re-enter (all at new peaks), while one, "Hope," debuts at No. 80.

Here's a look at all nine of XXXTentacion's songs on the new, June 30-dated Hot 100:

Hot 100 Rank, Title
No. 1, "Sad!" (up from No. 52)
No. 16, "Moonlight" (re-entry)
No. 18, "Changes" (re-entry)
No. 19, "Jocelyn Flores" (re-entry)
No. 28, "F**k Love," featuring Trippie Redd (re-entry)
No. 42, "Everybody Dies on Their Nightmares" (re-entry)
No. 58, "The Remedy for a Broke Heart (Why Am I So in Love)" (re-entry)
No. 80, "Hope" (debut)
No. 82, "Numb" (re-entry)

XXXTentacion also becomes the 12th solo rapper to chart at least nine entries on the Hot 100 simultaneously. The others to achieve the feat: Cardi B, Drake, Future, J. Cole, JAY-Z, Kendrick Lamar, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Wayne, Logic, Post Malone and Kanye West.

XXXTentacion, born Jahseh Onfroy, was shot and killed June 18 in Deerfield Beach, Florida, at age 20. His success was overlapped with numerous controversies and legal troubles leading up to his death. When he died, he was awaiting trial on over a dozen felony charges and allegations of domestic violence against his then-pregnant girlfriend.

Beyonce & JAY-Z Debut 5 Songs on Billboard Hot 100 From The Carters' 'Everything Is Love' Album
By Xander Zellner | June 25, 2018 4:24 PM EDT

XXXTentacion posthumously tops the Billboard Hot 100, as his single "Sad!" jumps from No. 52 to No. 1 for its first week atop the chart. The song, which had first peaked at No. 7 on March 31, reaches the summit after the rapper/singer died June 18 at age 20 after being shot in Deerfield Beach, Florida.

He is the first artist to top the Hot 100 posthumously in a lead role since The Notorious B.I.G., with "Mo Money Mo Problems," in 1997.

Here's a deeper look at the top 10 of the Hot 100 (dated June 30), which blends all-genre streaming, radio airplay and digital sales data.

"Sad!," released on the Bad Vibes Forever label, and the 1,075th No. 1 in the Hot 100's 59-year history (and XXXTentacion's first), likewise leads the Streaming Songs chart for the first time, surging from No. 34 (besting its prior No. 2 high), up 264 percent to 48.9 million U.S. streams in the week ending June 21, according to Nielsen Music (a higher sum than projected last week before all streaming data was compiled).

"Sad!" re-enters Digital Song Sales at No. 5 (surpassing its previous No. 26 peak), up 659 percent to 26,000 downloads sold in the week ending June 21 (as it makes the Hot 100's greatest gains in streaming and sales). While the track has not reached the Radio Songs chart, it nearly doubled its airplay audience to 2.9 million in the week ending June 24.

The song is from XXXTentacion's album ?, which debuted at No. 1 on the March 31-dated Billboard 200 and bounds 24-3 as the June 30 chart's Greatest Gainer (94,000 equivalent album units, up 397 percent, in the week ending June 21).

"Sad!" concurrently takes over atop the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs charts (where it had previously reached Nos. 4 and 3, respectively), becoming XXXTentacion's first No. 1 on each ranking.

Static Major had become the last act to reach No. 1 following his death, as featured on Lil Wayne's "Lollipop," which began a five-week reign on May 3, 2008; Static Major died unexpectedly from internal bleeding Feb. 25 that year. Before Static Major, Soulja Slim led the Hot 100 posthumously as featured on Juvenile's "Slow Motion," for two weeks starting Aug. 7, 2004; Soulja Slim was shot and killed Nov. 26, 2003.

XXXTentacion is the first artist to appear atop the Hot 100 posthumously in a lead role since The Notorious B.I.G., who earned two No. 1s following his March 9, 1997, shooting death: "Mo Money Mo Problems" (featuring Puff Daddy and Mase), which led for two weeks (Aug. 30 and Sept. 6, 1997), and "Hypnotize" (three weeks, beginning May 3, 1997).

The other solo artists to crown the Hot 100 after they had died: John Lennon, with "(Just Like) Starting Over" (five weeks, 1980-81); Jim Croce, with "Time in a Bottle" (two, 1973-74); Janis Joplin, with "Me and Bobby McGee" (two, 1971); and Otis Redding, with "(Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay" (four, 1968).

(Before his death, the chart success of XXXTentacion, born Jahseh Onfroy, was concurrent with numerous controversies and legal troubles. When he died, he was awaiting trial on over a dozen felony charges and allegations of domestic violence against his then-pregnant girlfriend.)

Cardi B, Bad Bunny and J Balvin's "I Like It" rises 3-2 on the Hot 100. It pushes 3-2 on Digital Song Sales (33,000, up 13 percent); dips 2-3 on Streaming Songs (although up 1 percent to 35.2 million); and jumps 15-11 on Radio Songs (66.4 million, up 25 percent). Balvin earns a new best Hot 100 rank, one-upping his prior No. 3 high set by "Mi Gente," with Willy William and featuring Beyoncé, last October, while Bad Bunny likewise reaches a new high with his first Hot 100 top 10.

Drake's "Nice for What" falls to No. 3 on the Hot 100 after seven nonconsecutive weeks at No. 1. Still, the track returns to No. 1 on the Songs of the Summer chart, which measures the top cumulative performing titles on the Hot 100 between Memorial Day and Labor Day.

Juice WRLD's "Lucid Dreams" jumps 6-4 on the Hot 100, becoming his first top five hit on the chart. It slips to No. 2 after a week atop Streaming Songs, but with an 11 percent gain to 43.2 million U.S. streams. It also ascends 26-21 on Digital Song Sales (15,000, up 16 percent).

Notably, "Dreams" samples Sting's "Shape of My Heart," a single, which he wrote with Dominic Miller, from his 1993 album Ten Summoner's Tales. The LP debuted and peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 (although "Shape" has never reached a Billboard chart; it's also not to be confused with Backstreet Boys' like-titled song, which was co-written by Max Martin and hit No. 9 on the Hot 100 in 2000).

With "Dreams," Sting tallies his sixth top five Hot 100 hit as a writer, following his credits on his former band The Police's "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" (No. 3, 1981), "Every Breath You Take" (No. 1 for eight weeks in 1983) and "King of Pain" (No. 3, 1983); Dire Straits' "Money for Nothing" (three weeks, 1985); and Puff Daddy and Faith Evans' "I'll Be Missing You," featuring 112 (11 weeks, 1997), which interpolates "Breath" (and serves as a tribute to The Notorious B.I.G.)

Rounding out the Hot 100's top five, Maroon 5's "Girls Like You," featuring Cardi B, holds at No. 5 after reaching No. 4. It rules Digital Song Sales for a third week (52,000, down 1 percent) and adds top Airplay Gainer honors on the Hot 100 for a third consecutive week, as it charges 36-19 on Radio Songs (46.9 million, up 46 percent). On Streaming Songs, it rises 6-5 (29 million, up 12 percent).

Post Malone's former No. 1 "Psycho," featuring Ty Dolla $ign, falls 2-6 on the Hot 100; Ella Mai's "Boo'd Up" keeps at No. 7, after hitting a No. 6 high, while leading the Hot R&B Songs chart for a sixth week; and Drake's former 11-week leader "God's Plan" drops 4-8 on the Hot 100. "Psycho" and "Plan" each depart the Hot 100's top five after spending their first 16 and 21 weeks on the chart, respectively, in the region. (Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You" holds the record for the most time spent in the top five from a debut: 27 weeks, in 2017.)

Capping the Hot 100's top 10, Ariana Grande's "No Tears Left to Cry" is steady at No. 9, after debuting at its No. 3 peak, and Zedd, Maren Morris and Grey's "The Middle" descends 8-10, after reaching its No. 5 peak, as it leads Radio Songs for a seventh week (112 million, down 3 percent) and Hot Dance/Electronic Songs for a 21st frame.

Just outside the Hot 100's top 10, "Ape s**t" by The Carters (JAY-Z and Beyoncé) is the chart's top debut, at No. 13, as it launches at No. 12 on Streaming Songs (24.1 million U.S. streams), while parent album Everything Is Love opens at No. 2 on the Billboard 200; Drake's "I'm Upset" surges 28-15 on the Hot 100, surpassing its No. 19 debut and prior peak, following the first full week of tracking for its official video, which premiered June 13, as it jumps 11-6 on Streaming Songs (28.3 million, up 45 percent); and three other XXXTentacion songs re-enter at new peaks in the Hot 100's top 20, all driven most heavily by streaming: "Moonlight" (No. 16; 27.5 million, up 266 percent); "Changes" (No. 18; 24.4 million, up 293 percent); and "Jocelyn Flores" (No. 19; 25.3 million, up 389 percent).
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Shame but expected that XXXTentacion would top the charts in the US following his death.
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I really didn't expect 'SAD!' to get all the way to #1 (and it surely must only be barely ahead of Cardi? it has negligible radio play and isn't THAT far ahead of Cardi on streaming numbers, maybe streaming just has a bigger weighting than I thought idk) but I suppose if it was going to manage it it would be around now since the last few weeks have had a relatively low bar for the #1 spot numbers-wise. Cardi B should top it next week before Drake's album drops and probably ends up monopolising the entire top 5 or something I guess.

'IDGAF' STILL not going to recurrent despite another drop tho?
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