Mac Miller's "Self Care," "Come Back To Earth" and "Hurt Feelings" debuted on the Hot 100.
Mac Miller has debuted three tracks from his most recent album, Swimming, on the Billboard Hot 100 including "Self Care" following his untimely passing on September 7th.
Three songs from Mac Miller's most recent album, Swimming have debuted on the Billboard Hot 100. The rapper's lead single from the project, "Self Care" has charted in the top 40 at no. 33. "Self Care" is now his highest charting single as a solo artist. Mac previously charted at number 9 on the Hot 100 as a featured artist on Ariana Grande's "The Way." "Self Care" garnered 18.4M streams in the U.S. during the past week, in addition to selling 8,000 downloads by the week ending on September 13th.
"Hurt Feelings" and "Come Back To Earth" also debuted on the Billboard Hot 100. "Hurt Feelings" reached no. 70 while "Come Back To Earth" debuted at 91.
Seven of Mac Miller's projects also returned back to the Billboard 200 this week, as predicted. His latest album, Swimming returned back to the top 10 as it charted at number 6 this week, selling 67K equivalent album units. His two mixtapes, Macadelic and Best Day Ever, debuted at no. 26 and no. 106, respectively.
In addition, Mac Miller's other four studio albums made their way within the top 100 of the Billboard 200 charts. GO:OD AM is the third highest charting album of his on the chart, landing at no. 32. His studio debut album, Blue Slide Park reached no. 49, The Divine Feminine charted at no. 50 and his sophomore, Watching Movies With The Sound Off reached no. 59.