It's a huge week for "WRLD on Drugs" as Juice WRLD hits #1 and Future scores three tracks in the top ten.
Last Friday, Future and Juice WRLD teamed up for the collaborative release WRLD on Drugs, which finds them bonding over their shared interests over a vivid array of beats and amid a smattering of high-profile guests. The surprise project seems like it was destined to be a big deal, and at least according to our top ten this week, it is. Three tracks from the album made the cut, and Juice WRLD even got one more loosie into the top spot on his own.
Future has the most appearances this week at three, and Juice WRLD's the only other artist with multiple tracks included this week. New tracks barely missing out on spots include Quavo, Davido, and Normani's "Swing" (#11), Phora, G-Eazy, and Tory Lanez's "For You" (#12), Usher's "ATA" (#14), and Mariah Carey and Ty Dolla $ign's "The Distance."
No, this probably isn't another track from Uzi's long-awaited Eternal Atake, like last month's "New Patek," but it's still popping enough to be in the top ten. "Heavy Metal" was shared on Lil Gotit's Soundcloud last week (despite Uzi being listed as the lead artist), and now it debuts at #10.
9. Kodak Black Feat. Travis Scott & Offset - Zeze
The only repeat from last week's list is, unsurprisingly, last week's #1. "Zeze" is Kodak Black's big comeback single featuring Travis Scott and Offset, and in its second week out it's down eight places from #1 to #9.
8. Daniel Caesar - Who Hurt You?
For his spur-of-the-moment love song to a stripper, Canadian R&B sensation Daniel Caesar got T-Pain himself to provide additional vocals. What a flex. The resulting one-off track, "Who Hurt You?," debuts at #8.
7. Future Feat. Nicki Minaj - Transformer
Future and Nicki have already linked up for collabs on two albums in the past two years, so why not add a third? The erstwhile Queen Tour-mates duet once again on WRLD on Drugs' "Transformer," and it debuts at #7.
6. Tory Lanez Feat. Meek Mill - Drip Drip Drip
We're now less than a week away from the release of Tory Lanez's second project of the year, Love Me Now? To hype up his latest full-length last week, he dropped off a preview in the form of "Drip Drip Drip," a single that features Meek Mill. It debuts at #6.
5. Joyner Lucas - I Love
Outside of his viral breakout moment, "I'm Not Racist," Joyner Lucas has mostly racked up views with his freestyles, but he'll soon share his first actual album since blowing up. "I Love" is the first single from said album, ADHD, and it debuts at #5.
4. Post Malone & Swae Lee - Sunflower
Eminem had a song on Venom; Post and Swae get the nod for the Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse soundtrack. "Sunflower" is their second collab of the year after beerbongs & bentleys' "Spoil My Night," and it debuts at #4.
3. Future Feat. Lil Wayne - Oxy
There are several notable guests on WRLD on Drugs, but Lil Wayne's undoubtedly the biggest. He shows up to assist Future on the song "Oxy," the subject of which should be pretty obvious given the song and album title. It debuts at #3.
2. Future Feat. Juice WRLD - Fine China
The only warning that we got of WRLD on Drugs before it actually arrived a few days later was "Fine China," the album's one pre-release single. This one debuts at #2.
1. Juice WRLD - Armed & Dangerous
We were still two and a half hours away from learning about WRLD on Drugs when a new Juice WRLD loosie, "Armed & Dangerous" hit the internet last week. As you can see, the hype was strong, but the song's legality may not have been. Although the song was later taken down, it debuts at #1.