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BILLBOARD HOT 100

Week ending May 16, 2020 | Tracking periods: sales/streaming — 5/1–5/7, airplay — 5/4–5/10


TW LW PP WC Artist – Song

01 06 01 18 Doja Cat feat. Nicki Minaj ‒ Say So (DIGITAL GAINER)
02 04 02 08 Megan Thee Stallion feat. Beyonce ‒ Savage (AIRPLAY/STREAMING GAINER)
03 02 01 23 The Weeknd ‒ Blinding Lights
04 03 01 05 Drake ‒ Toosie Slide
05 05 01 22 Roddy Ricch ‒ The Box
06 07 02 27 Dua Lipa ‒ Don't Start Now
07 ** 07 01 Drake feat. Playboi Carti ‒ Pain 1993 (HOT SHOT DEBUT)
08 08 01 36 Post Malone ‒ Circles
09 14 09 03 DaBaby feat. Roddy Ricch ‒ Rockstar
10 09 08 13 Justin Bieber feat. Quavo ‒ Intentions

11 10 06 22 Harry Styles ‒ Adore You
12 01 01 02 THE SCOTTS, Travis Scott & Kid Cudi ‒ The Scotts
13 12 02 17 Future feat. Drake ‒ Life Is Good
14 ** 14 01 Drake feat. Giveon ‒ Chicago Freestyle
15 15 12 33 Maren Morris ‒ The Bones
16 13 12 22 Camila Cabello feat. DaBaby ‒ My Oh My
17 16 08 26 Billie Eilish ‒ Everything I Wanted
18 17 01 52 Lewis Capaldi ‒ Someone You Loved
19 ** 19 01 Future, Drake & Young Thug ‒ D4L
20 23 20 07 SAINt JHN ‒ Roses (Imanbek Remix)

21 19 16 19 Gabby Barrett ‒ I Hope
22 20 16 13 Lil Mosey ‒ Blueberry Faygo
23 22 21 15 Morgan Wallen ‒ Chasin' You
24 18 18 17 Blake Shelton & Gwen Stefani ‒ Nobody But You
25 ** 25 01 Drake feat. Chris Brown ‒ Not You Too
26 21 02 33 Maroon 5 ‒ Memories
27 ** 27 01 Drake feat. Future ‒ Desires
28 24 22 25 Trevor Daniel ‒ Falling
29 ** 29 01 Marshmello & Halsey ‒ Be Kind
30 ** 30 01 Drake ‒ Time Flies


31 26 26 08 Powfu feat. beabadoobee ‒ Death Bed
32 ** 32 01 Drake ‒ Deep Pockets
33 25 20 19 Roddy Ricch feat. Mustard ‒ High Fashion
34 ** 34 01 Drake feat. Fivio Foreign & Sosa Geek ‒ Demons
35 ** 35 01 Drake ‒ When To Say When

36 30 30 08 Luke Combs feat. Eric Church ‒ Does To Me
37 28 28 10 Surfaces ‒ Sunday Best
38 29 26 24 The Black Eyed Peas x J Balvin ‒ RITMO (Bad Boys For Life)
39 ** 39 01 Drake ‒ Landed
40 36 21 06 Dua Lipa ‒ Break My Heart

41 40 40 08 Thomas Rhett feat. Jon Pardi ‒ Beer Can't Fix
42 11 11 02 Juice WRLD ‒ Righteous
43 27 11 34 blackbear ‒ Hot Girl Bummer
44 35 35 13 Jack Harlow ‒ Whats Poppin
45 ** 45 01 Drake ‒ From Florida With Love
46 31 25 26 Rod Wave ‒ Heart On Ice
47 32 11 42 Mustard & Roddy Ricch ‒ Ballin'
48 44 44 06 Travis Denning ‒ After A Few
49 34 04 31 Tones And I ‒ Dance Monkey
50 39 39 18 Carly Pearce & Lee Brice ‒ I Hope You're Happy Now

51 ** 51 01 Drake ‒ Losses
52 ** 52 01 Drake ‒ War

53 50 50 14 Lewis Capaldi ‒ Before You Go
54 48 48 08 BENEE feat. Gus Dapperton ‒ Supalonely
55 47 40 06 Sam Hunt ‒ Hard To Forget
56 71 31 10 Lil Baby ‒ Emotionally Scarred
57 53 16 17 Lil Baby ‒ Sum 2 Prove
58 ** 58 01 Luke Combs ‒ Six Feet Apart
59 45 45 02 Lil Baby ‒ All In
60 41 23 04 twenty one pilots ‒ Level Of Concern

61 ** 61 01 Lil Baby & 42 Dugg ‒ We Paid
62 51 16 07 The Weeknd ‒ In Your Eyes
63 52 30 12 Pop Smoke ‒ Dior
64 84 64 02 StaySolidRocky ‒ Party Girl
65 ** 65 01 Lil Baby ‒ Social Distancing
66 57 57 15 Diplo feat. Morgan Wallen ‒ Heartless
67 56 56 07 NLE Choppa feat. Roddy Ricch ‒ Walk Em Down
68 73 68 05 Kenny Chesney ‒ Here And Now
69 43 30 19 Ingrid Andress ‒ More Hearts Than Mine
70 42 18 09 Demi Lovato ‒ I Love Me

71 59 59 06 JP Saxe feat. Julia Michaels ‒ If The World Was Ending
72 63 36 03 Sam Smith & Demi Lovato ‒ I'm Ready
73 62 53 08 Bad Bunny ‒ Yo Perreo Sola
74 80 74 04 Regard ‒ Ride It
75 54 43 20 H.E.R. feat. YG ‒ Slide
76 70 70 05 Miranda Lambert ‒ Bluebird
77 60 38 17 JACKBOYS feat. Young Thug ‒ Out West
78 55 29 15 Brett Young ‒ Catch
79 64 40 16 Jhene Aiko ‒ P*$$y Fairy (OTW)
80 69 23 06 PARTYNEXTDOOR & Rihanna ‒ Believe It

81 ** 81 01 Lil Baby ‒ Low Down
82 66 03 16 Eminem feat. Juice WRLD ‒ Godzilla
83 58 17 03 DaBaby feat. YoungBoy Never Broke Again ‒ Jump
84 78 78 03 Don Toliver ‒ After Party
85 82 82 04 Scotty McCreery ‒ In Between
86 ** 86 01 Lil Baby ‒ Humble
87 ** 87 01 Luke Bryan ‒ One Margarita

88 RE 48 08 Lil Baby & 42 Dugg ‒ Grace
89 81 81 03 Keith Urban ‒ God Whispered Your Name
90 76 37 18 Jordan Davis ‒ Slow Dance In A Parking Lot

91 74 17 06 NAV, Gunna & Travis Scott ‒ Turks
92 79 39 15 Jake Owen ‒ Homemade
93 72 26 17 Halsey ‒ You Should Be Sad
94 85 80 04 Maddie & Tae ‒ Die From A Broken Heart
95 75 71 05 Thomas Rhett feat. Reba McEntire, Hillary Scott, Chris Tomlin & Keith Urban ‒ Be A Light
96 RE 18 07 Lil Baby & Gunna ‒ Heatin Up
97 77 42 19 Summer Walker & Usher ‒ Come Thru
98 67 22 05 DaBaby ‒ Find My Way
99 95 81 03 Florida Georgia Line ‒ I Love My Country
100 ** 100 01 Young T & Bugsey feat. Headie One ‒ Don't Rush

OUT 33 04 26 Arizona Zervas ‒ Roxanne
OUT 37 01 23 The Weeknd ‒ Heartless
OUT 38 01 22 Travis Scott ‒ HIGHEST IN THE ROOM
OUT 46 04 30 Dan + Shay & Justin Bieber ‒ 10,000 Hours
OUT 49 32 35 Travis Scott ‒ Goosebumps
OUT 61 05 09 Lady Gaga ‒ Stupid Love
OUT 65 65 01 Lil Uzi Vert ‒ Sasuke
OUT 68 68 01 Kane Brown ‒ Cool Again
OUT 83 83 01 YoungBoy Never Broke Again ‒ Ain't Easy
OUT 86 86 01 YoungBoy Never Broke Again ‒ Diamonds
OUT 87 13 07 Lil Uzi Vert ‒ Myron
OUT 88 85 09 Noah Cyrus & Leon Bridges ‒ July
OUT 89 74 04 Megan Thee Stallion ‒ Captain Hook
OUT 90 90 01 YoungBoy Never Broke Again feat. Sherhonda Gaulden ‒ Bout My Business
OUT 91 20 09 Lil Uzi Vert ‒ That Way
OUT 92 92 01 YoungBoy Never Broke Again ‒ Rough Ryder
OUT 93 24 06 Jhene Aiko feat. H.E.R. ‒ B.S.
OUT 94 69 05 Alicia Keys ‒ Underdog
OUT 96 50 02 DaBaby feat. Ashanti & Megan Thee Stallion ‒ NASTY
OUT 97 97 01 Carrie Underwood ‒ Drinking Alone
OUT 98 38 05 G Herbo feat. Chance The Rapper, Juice WRLD & Lil Uzi Vert ‒ PTSD
OUT 99 99 01 YoungBoy Never Broke Again feat. DaBaby ‒ Thug Of Spades
OUT 100 81 07 Bad Bunny, Jowell & Randy & Nengo Flow ‒ Safaera

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TW LW Artist – Song

01 ** Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizarraga & Snoop Dogg ‒ Que Maldicion
02 02 Eric Church ‒ Monsters
03 ** Lil Baby ‒ Get Money
04 ** Brett Young ‒ Lady
05 07 Skip Marley & H.E.R. ‒ Slow Down
06 14 surf mesa feat. Emilee ‒ ily
07 18 LOCASH ‒ One Big Country Song
08 16 Justin Moore ‒ Why We Drink
09 17 Chase Rice ‒ Lonely If You Are
10 ** Machine Gun Kelly ‒ Bloody Valentine
11 21 HARDY feat. Lauren Alaina & Devin Dawson ‒ One Beer
12 22 Michael Ray ‒ Her World Or Mine
13 20 Ashley McBryde ‒ One Night Standards
14 23 AJR ‒ Bang!
15 RE Moneybagg Yo feat. Blac Youngsta ‒ 1 2 3
16 11 Flipp Dinero feat. Lil Baby ‒ How I Move
17 ** J.I. ‒ Need Me
18 ** Chris Janson ‒ Done
19 ** Jason Aldean ‒ Got What I Got
20 RE Doja Cat feat. Gucci Mane ‒ Like That
21 19 24kGoldn ‒ City Of Angels
22 12 Usher feat. Ella Mai ‒ Don't Waste My Time
23 ** G-Eazy x Jack Harlow ‒ Moana
24 09 Chris Young ‒ Drowning
25 24 John K ‒ If We Never Met
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Doja Cat's 'Say So,' Featuring Nicki Minaj, Tops Billboard Hot 100, Becoming Their First No. 1 Each
5/11/2020 by Gary Trust

Doja Cat's "Say So," featuring Nicki Minaj, leaps from No. 6 to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart, marking each artist's first leader on the list. The song surges to the top following the arrival of its remix with Minaj.

Notably, Minaj shatters the record for the longest wait for a first Hot 100 No. 1, by total career entries, as "Say So" is her 109th charted title on the tally.

Plus, Megan Thee Stallion's "Savage," featuring Beyoncé, rises from No. 4 to No. 2 on the Hot 100, similarly sparked by Beyoncé having joined on a remix. (Both Minaj and Beyoncé now show on each respective title on the Hot 100 for the first time, following the first full tracking week for the remixes, which drove the majority of overall activity for both songs.)

Additionally, Drake debuts at No. 7 on the Hot 100 with "Pain 1993," featuring Playboi Carti. Drake notches his milestone 38th top 10, tying Madonna for the most in the Hot 100's 61-year history.

"Say So," released on Kemosabe/RCA Records, becomes the 1,100th No. 1 in the Hot 100's history. Here's a deeper look at its coronation.

No. 1 in sales, top 3 in airplay & sales: "Say So" vaults from No. 16 to No. 1 on the Digital Song Sales chart, up 966% to 66,000 downloads sold (a lower number than originally projected) in the week ending May 7, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.

Sparking its ascent, the Minaj remix was released at midnight ET May 1. Additionally, an official dance video for the song and a live clip premiered May 2 and 4, respectively.

Meanwhile, the song was on sale in a physical/digital combination offering during the tracking week. Consumers could purchase a vinyl single with a digital download; the download would be sent to consumers upon purchase, with the vinyl version due to arrive at a later date.

"Say So" rises 3-2 on the Radio Songs chart, up 6% to 96.2 million audience impressions in the week ending May 10, and bounds 10-4 on Streaming Songs, up 87% to 30.3 million U.S. streams in the week ending May 7. (The Hot 100's sales and streaming tracking week runs Friday through Thursday, while the airplay tracking week covers Monday-Sunday.)

(Unlike on the Hot 100, where streaming and sales for the Minaj remix of "Say So" contributed to a majority of the title's chart points in the tracking week, leading to Minaj being credited for the first time, approximately 90% of the song's radio airplay was for the original version, so Minaj is not credited as an artist on any airplay rankings.)

Minaj's record run to No. 1: While Doja Cat rules the Hot 100 with her third Hot 100 entry, Minaj leads with her 109th. That's the longest that a Hot 100-topping artist has had to wait for a first No. 1, blasting past Justin Bieber, who notched his first with his 47th entry, "What Do You Mean?," in 2015. (Of course, both Minaj and Bieber have tallied titles in an era in which album cuts, not just properly promoted singles, are eligible to hit the Hot 100, a rule not invoked until 1998, or 40 years after the chart originated. And, this stat covers only artists that have led the Hot 100; the cast of Fox's Glee, with 207 appearances, for instance, has not earned any No. 1s.)

Minaj first appeared on the Hot 100 dated Feb. 20, 2010, as featured on Lil Wayne's "Knockout." Her 10-year and three-month journey to her first No. 1 marks the longest since … just last week, when Kid Cudi made his first trip to the top with "The Scotts" (billed as by The Scotts, Travis Scott and Kid Cudi), wrapping an odyssey of exactly 11 years dating to his first appearance. (This week, "The Scotts" slides to No. 12 in its second frame.)

Minaj also adds her 18th Hot 100 top 10. She previously hit a No. 2 high with "Anaconda" in 2014. Her 109 entries are the most among women in the chart's history, with "Say So" lifting her into a tie with Elvis Presley for the fourth-most among all acts (with the start of Presley's career having predated the Hot 100's inception).

Women rule: Doja Cat (born Amalaratna Zandile Dlamini in Los Angeles) and Minaj combine for the first Hot 100 No. 1 credited to two women in nearly six years, since Iggy Azalea's "Fancy," featuring Charli XCX, for seven weeks in June-July 2014.

Only six songs by solo women teaming up have topped the Hot 100. Here's an updated list:

Title, Artists, Weeks at No. 1, Date Reached No. 1
"Say So," Doja Cat feat. Nicki Minaj, one (to date), May 16, 2020
"Fancy," Iggy Azalea feat. Charli XCX, seven, June 7, 2014
"S&M," Rihanna feat. Britney Spears, one week, April 30, 2011
"Lady Marmalade," Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mya & P!nk, five, June 2, 2001
"The Boy Is Mine," Brandy & Monica, 13, June 6, 1998
"No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)," Barbra Streisand & Donna Summer, two, Nov. 24, 1979

No. 1 hip-hop, R&B: "Say So" currently hits No. 1 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and on Hot R&B Songs charts. Both rankings employ the same multi-metric formula as the Hot 100. Doja Cat collects her first No. 1 on each chart and Minaj earns her fifth and first, respectively.

On top at pop: "Say So" also reaches No. 1 on the Pop Songs radio airplay chart, which ranks the most-played songs each week on a panel of 167 mainstream top 40 stations. Doja Cat achieves her first Pop Songs No. 1, in her second chart visit. (Again, as noted above, Minaj is not credited as an artist on "Say So" on Pop Songs.)

Purr-fection: Fur-ther, thanks to Doja Cat, a cat-monikered artist leads the Hot 100 at last. Previously, The Pussycat Dolls hit a No. 2 best with "Don't Cha" (featuring Busta Rhymes) in 2005. (Three artists with "dog" in their names have reigned: Nate Dogg, Snoop Dogg and Three Dog Night.)

As for titles, Harry Chapin's "Cat's in the Cradle" topped the Hot 100 in 1974 and Janet Jackson's "Black Cat" leapt to No. 1 in 1990. (Not to be catty, but no songs with "dog" in their titles have led.)

Megan Thee Stallion's "Savage," featuring Beyoncé, climbs 4-2 on the Hot 100. Already the former's first top 10 on the chart, Beyoncé, now listed as featured on the song, achieves her 19th.

Just as Doja Cat's "Say So" leaps following the addition of Minaj, "Savage" gains thanks in large part to Beyoncé's remix. While the Minaj remix of "Say So" was released May 1 and its first full week of availability contributed to the May 1-7 streaming and sales tracking weeks feeding the new, May 16-dated Hot 100, the Beyoncé version of "Savage" arrived April 29, in time for its first two days of streaming and sales activity to impact the May 9-dated Hot 100, on which the song soared 14-4. (A second "Savage" remix, with Major Lazer, was released May 7.)

"Savage" jumps 3-1 on Streaming Songs, up 53% to 42.1 million U.S. streams, becoming Megan Thee Stallion's first No. 1 on the chart and Beyoncé's third.

On Digital Song Sales, "Savage" holds at No. 2, gaining by 90% to 50,000 sold. Similar to "Say So," "Savage" was on sale in physical/digital combination offerings during the tracking week, whereby consumers could purchase any of three vinyl singles with a download; again, the download would go to consumers upon purchase, with vinyl versions set to arrive at a future date.

"Savage" pushes 18-14 on Radio Songs, up 27% to 51.3 million in reach, and hits No. 1 on the multi-metric Hot Rap Songs chart, where Megan Thee Stallion and Beyoncé each earn their first leader.

The Weeknd's "Blinding Lights" descends to No. 3 on the Hot 100, after four nonconsecutive weeks on top. It rules Radio Songs for a fifth frame, up 4% to 114.5 million audience impressions.

Drake's "Toosie Slide" drops 3-4 on the Hot 100, following its debut at No. 1; Roddy Ricch's "The Box" holds at No. 5, after it dominated for 11 weeks; and Dua Lipa's "Don't Start Now" lifts 7-6, after reaching No. 2.

As for more Drake, he debuts at No. 7 on the Hot 100 with "Pain 1993," featuring Playboi Carti. It opens at No. 3 on Streaming Songs with 31 million first-week streams and No. 46 on Digital Song Sales with 3,000 sold. The track is from Drake's surprise release Dark Lane Demo Tapes, which he announced via an Instagram post a few hours before it dropped May 1; the set debuts at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.

Drake achieves his 38th Hot 100 top 10, matching Madonna for the most in the chart's history. Madonna held the mark all to herself since November 2002, when "Die Another Day" became her 35th top 10, outpacing The Beatles' 34. Notably, all 38 of Madonna's top 10s have been in lead roles; due partly to the collaborative nature of hip-hop, Drake has posted 25 top 10s as a lead and 13 as a featured artist.

After Drake and Madonna, The Beatles rank third with 34 Hot 100 top 10s, followed by Rihanna (31) and Michael Jackson (30).

Meanwhile, Drake makes his record-extending 23rd debut in the Hot 100's top 10.

Playboi Carti tallies his first Hot 100 top 10, after previously reaching a No. 29 best with "Magnolia" in 2017.

Post Malone's "Circles" is steady at No. 8 on the Hot 100, following its three-week command, as it logs a record-extending 36th week in the top 10.

DaBaby's "Rockstar," featuring Roddy Ricch, rebounds from No. 14 to No. 9 on the Hot 100, equaling its peak first set upon its debut two weeks ago. The collab keeps at No. 5 on Streaming Songs (28.3 million, up 17%) and hikes 13-7 on Digital Song Sales (9,000, up 36%), while gaining by 136% to 5.7 million in airplay audience.

Rounding out the Hot 100's top 10, Bieber's "Intentions," featuring Quavo, descends 9-10, after reaching No. 8.
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To think Nicki had to tag her name onto an already long-established hit to finally notch a #1 to her name!
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I really don't count this as a #1 for her.
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