Cardi B's "Drip" is looking like the next ascendant hit from her album, following the successes of "Bodak Yellow," "Be Careful," and "I Like It," but it may be taking off without her. Last week, we got a leak that consisted of Young Thug, Future, and Quavo rapping over the beat, entitled "Upscale." That debuted at #1 on our chart. This week, following a new version that added a Hoodrich Pablo Juan verse, we got an official remix, sans Cardi. All three Migos, Young Thug, Future, *and* Hoodrich Pablo Juan all appear on it, making for quite the star-studded affair. 

Young Thug, Offset, and Quavo each appear three times on this list, leading all other artists. New tracks barely missing out on spots in the Top 10 this week include Chance The Rapper and Supa Bwe's "Wala Cam" (#11), Tyler The Creator's "Bronco" (#12), Kirko Bangz, Tory Lanez, andLil  Jacquees' "Work Sumn" (#13), and Trippe Redd, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, and Lil Durk's "Like That" (#14). 

10. Jeremih - That

A few months ago, Jeremih linked up with fellow Chicagoan Valee for the massive summer banger "Womp Womp," and although we haven't gotten any follow-up collabs from the pair, it appears now that their joint sessions may have yielded further material. On Mih's latest, "That," he ride a beat from frequent Valee collaborator ChaseTheMoney, with whom he's never worked before. "That" debuts at #10. 

9. Chance The Rapper - 65th & Ingleside

Although Chance didn't release a new album this past week, as was rumored, he did make some big plays. In addition to buying news site Chicagoist, he also dropped four new tracks simultaneously, one of which is "65th & Ingleside." This one debuts at #9. 

8. DJ Clue Feat. Lil Wayne, Plies, Chinx & Chris Echols - Fuck a Real N****

New York's DJ Clue hasn't dropped an album since 2006's The Professional 3, but perhaps another could be on the way? Hopefully he's saving "Fuck a Real N****" for something big, because with verses from Lil Wayne and the late Chinx, he'd be a fool to waste it. This one debuts at #8.  

7. Ciara - Level Up

We haven't heard much at all from Ciara since her 2015 album, Jackie, but the rollout for a new one is clearly underway. "Level Up" is the lead single for what will be her first album on Warner Music, and it debuts at #7. 

6. Lil Baby Feat. Offset - Coupe

Talk about two artists on hot streaks. Both Lil Baby and Offset have been on fire lately, especially the former, whose Harder Than Ever album has put him on the map as one of Atlanta's most promising new talents in 2018. Their new collab, "Coupe," debuts at #6. 

5. Future & Young Thug Feat. Quavo - Upscale

Although an official version of this "Drip" remix that adds the rest of Migos and Hoodrich Pablo Juan has now arrived, this shortened one entitled "Upscale" remains online. After debuting at #1 last week, it's down four places to finish at #5 in its second week out. 

4. Chance The Rapper - I Might Need 

Of all four new Chance tracks, "I Might Need" has been the most popular on HNHH. The song, with its bare-bones structure and sampled "Fuck You" hook, debuts at #4. 

3. Young Thug Feat. Migos - My Bitches Love Me

Young Thug used to be constantly plagued with leaks, but he seems to have put a lid on those in recent years. Although this new one, "My Bitches Love Me," seems to be an exception to the rule, it's rumored to be taken from the 2015 sessions from his and Migos' now-shelved MigoThuggin project, so it's probably nothing new. "My Bitches Love Me" debuts at #3. 

2. Kevin Gates - Intro Edition

"Intro Edition" is billed as "an audioplay by Kevin Gates," and fittingly, it's an absolute lyrical epic. Although he hasn't released a full-length, or even announced plans for one, since getting out of jail earlier this year, Gates has been on absolute fire, so look out when it does come time for his actual Islah follow-up. "Intro Edition" debuts at #2. 

1. Migos Feat. Young Thug, Future & Hoodrich Pablo Juan - Drip (Remix)

Much more polished than "Upscale," the official "Drip" remix actual retains the song's original hook while adding verses from Offset, Takeoff, and Hoodrich Pablo Juan. The resulting track is almost six-and-a-half minutes in length, but its extended runtime doesn't seem to have deterred many listeners. It debuts at #1.