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Hot 100:

1. In My Feelings (=)

2. Girls Like You (=)

3. I Like It (=)

4. FEFE (+1)

5. Better Now (+1)

6. Lucid Dreams (+1)

7. SICKO MODE (-3)

8. Taste (+1)

9. Boo'd Up (+1)

10. No Brainer (+1)

 

11. Love Lies (+4)

17. Youngblood (+5)

18. Barbie Dreams (DEBUT)

25. Back to You (+8)

Drake Leads Billboard Hot 100 for Sixth Week With 'In My Feelings,' Moves Closer to Mark for Most Weeks at No. 1 in a Year

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Drake has now led the Hot 100 for 25 weeks in 2018, as prior to "Feelings," "Nice for What" notched eight weeks at No. 1 beginning April 21, directly succeeding "God's Plan" after 11 weeks on top (with all songs from his album Scorpion). Here is a look at the acts to spend the most time at No. 1 in any January-December period in the Hot 100's 60-year history; Drake boasts the third- and fourth-best totals:

 

28 weeks, Usher, 2004
26 weeks, The Black Eyed Peas, 2009
25 weeks, Drake, 2018
19 weeks, Drake, 2016
19 weeks, Puff Daddy, 1997
18 weeks, Monica, 1998
18 weeks, The Beatles, 1964
17 weeks, Justin Bieber, 2017
17 weeks, Beyonce, 2003
17 weeks, Nelly, 2002
17 weeks, Boyz II Men, 1994

 

Just outside the Hot 100's top 10, Khalid and Normani's "Love Lies" lifts to a new peak (15-11), while pushing 7-6 on Radio Songs (75.5 million, up 5 percent); 5 Seconds of Summer's "Youngblood" bounds 22-17 with top Airplay Gainer honors, as it jumps 23-17 on Radio Songs (47.2 million, up 16 percent); Nicki Minaj's "Barbie Dreams" debuts at No. 18, as parent album Queen opens at No. 2 on the Billboard 200; and, as Selena Gomez's "Back to You" bumps 33-25 on the Hot 100 (after reaching No. 22 in June), it becomes her seventh top 10 on Radio Songs (12-10; 60.1 million, up 9 percent).

 

 

 

Travis Scott's 'Astroworld' Spends Second Week at No. 1 on Billboard 200 Albums Chart

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At No. 2, Nicki Minaj’s Queen arrives, granting the artist her fourth top-two charting album -- extending her own record for the most of any female hip-hop artist. She previously hit the top two rungs with The Pinkprint (No. 2 on the Jan. 3, 2015-dated chart), Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded (No. 1, April 21, 2012) and Pink Friday(No. 1, Feb. 19, 2011).

Queen launches with 185,000 equivalent album units earned, of which 78,000 were in traditional album sales. Queen, like Astroworld, saw its sales bolstered by an array of merchandise/album bundles sold via Minaj’s official website. Queen also benefits from sales generated by a concert ticket/album sale redemption offer with her upcoming co-headlining tour with Future.
 

 

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