Eminem's Machine Gun Kelly diss, "KILLSHOT," is #1 for the second week in a row.
A new Eminem song and a big-ticket diss track are both nearly surefire #1s on our weekly Top Tracks feature, but combine the two and you've got something even more powerful. Following Machine Gun Kelly's "Rap Devil" hitting #1 two weeks ago, and doing it with 10 times the views of its closest competitor, Eminem's retort, "Killshot," got nearly identical numbers the next week on its way to #1. The difference between MGK and Em? While "Rap Devil" didn't hang on for a second week in the Top Ten, "Killshot" did.
Tyga is the only artist with multiple appearances inside of the Top Ten this week. New tracks barely missing out on spots include Jojo Pellegrino's "Reaper" (#11), Kevin Gates' "Me Too" (#12), Machine Gun Kelly and 24hrs' "Signs" (#13), and Dave East, Styles P, and Kehlani's "Feels Good" (#15).
10. J.I.D - 151 Rum
Dreamville's J.I.D is currently preparing to drop a new project by the name of DiCaprio 2, and last week, he shared a lead single from the upcoming tape. "151" Rum" debuts at #10.
Nope, sorry: not a new Jay Electronica song, just an old one from 2010 finally getting an official release. The Jay Z and Dream-assisted "Shiny Suit Theory" made it onto Tidal this past week, and debuts at #9.
8. Machine Gun Kelly - Nylon
This can't really be deemed a "diss" song, but it definitely directs rage at somebody, and certainly benefits from an ongoing beef. "Nylon" was included on Machine Gun Kelly's new EP, Binge, and pretty much solely because of his feud with Eminem, it debuts at #8.
7. Moneybagg Yo Feat. Future - OKAY
In just over a month, Moneybagg Yo will drop his debut album, Reset. Ahead of that, he shared new single "OKAY" featuring fellow Atlantan Future. It debuts at #7.
6. Tyga - Dip
T-Rawww enjoyed a couple of surprise hits this summer, and so anticipation was reasonably high when he announced that two new singles were coming last week. Because of this, they both debut inside the Top Ten, with the ass-obsessed "Dip" coming in at #6.
5. Tyga - Swap Meet
For these two new tracks, Tyga looked to the success of horny bangers "Taste" and "Swish," and stuck with the formula. "Swap Meet" is positioned as a strip club anthem, and it's good enough to finish back-to-back with "Dip" with a #5 debut.
4. Lil Uzi Vert - New Patek
It's insane that apart from features and a few Luv Is Rage 2 bonus tracks, it had been over a year since Lil Uzi Vert delivered new music to us. New single "New Patek" is well worth the wait, a nearly 6-minute-long opus that never lets up. It debuts at #4.
3. French Montana Feat. Drake - No Stylist
Starting with instant classic "Stay Schemin'" back in 2012, French Montana and Drake have a pretty great track record of collabs. Their latest, "No Stylist," debuts at #3.
2. Lil Peep & XXXTentacion - Falling Down
A posthumous release from two young artists who both died in the past year, "Falling Down" has Peep and X finding common ground over their love for melancholic rock music. Understandably, given its newsworthiness, the track debuts high up at #2.
1. Eminem - KILLSHOT
"KILLSHOT" is so big and bulletproof that not even a posthumous Lil Peep/XXXTentacion song can unseat it. In its second week out, it still got more views than any other song on HNHH and remains at #1.