After a relatively stagnant few weeks, we’ve finally seen a shake-up at the top of our Top 100. Keep reading to see which tracks made it into the Top 10 of our Top 100 this past week. 

10) Migos ft. Trinidad James – Stankin

Readers didn’t really enjoy this 1st wave New ATL collaboration. The user-rating was a strong 'MEH', with a percentage of 47%, while the dislikes surmounted the likes. Nonetheless, people flocked to it, as it debuted in the Top 100 at #10.

9) Rihanna – Bitch Better Have My Money

We just can’t quit the Bajan princess. Rihanna continued to add a dash of “brrap brrap” to the Top 10, even as her song tumbled eight spots from its former position at #1, now sitting at #9.

8) Jeremih ft. Flo Rida – Tonight Belongs To U!

It’s been nearly three years since Jeremih implored us to call 773-779-LOVE, but the sheer brilliance of his debut has kept fans hanging on for anything new. “Tonight Belongs to U!” found the crooner teaming up with Flo Rida over a beat that sounds…well, like a Flo Rida song.

Though the obvious Top 40 move turned a few fans off, it can't be denied that Jeremih sounds smooth as ever, cookie-cutter, festival EDM beat or nah. The pair made their Top 100 entrance at #8.

7) Curren$y ft. Jadakiss – Pot Jar

Curren$y knows what national holiday is coming up. (Not that he raps about anything else the rest of the year).

He’s got your back with this cloudy Jadakiss-featuring standout from his latest, Pilot Talk III. This one's another new debut on the Top 100.

6) T.I. ft. Young Thug, Peewee Roscoe and Shad Da God – Bankrolls on Deck

Whether you think it’s a desperate grab at relevance or an attempt to put deserving talent on, it can’t be denied that T.I. has a habit of co-signing young Atlanta artists.

HNHH readers didn’t feel this new song from Good Night Don’t Exist in ATL 6 as strongly as the editors did. 

5) Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y - Uber Driver

Old Wiz back?

Not quite, but this track fared quite a bit better than his other Top 10 track from last week. “Uber Driver" dropped two spots to come in at #5, proving that Wiz stans and regular listeners alike prefer Khalifa in his throwback, hazy groove, with a side of Spitta.

4) Fabolous – Ain’t Nuthin Ta Fuck Wit (Freestyle)

Fab continues his streak of getting freestyles in the Top 10. His take on this Wu-Tang classic was another stab at bringing back the '90s a la Young OG Project. Users were definitely fucking with it, with a rating of almost 90%. It made quite the high debut at #4.

3) Chris Brown & Tyga – See You Again (Remix)

The Fan of a Fan duo are still at it. They released their take on Wiz Khalifa’s Furious 7 track “See You Again” this week. The song has already been taken down, but it was up for long enough to spark a “Who did it better?” style argument among the HNHH commentariat.

The consensus seems to be that Wiz’s version was better, but Tyga had a strong showing.  

2) Tory Lanez – In For It

Tory continues his quest to make us say “Abel who?” and “What’s a ‘Drake’?”

“In For It” debuted this week and sky-rocketed up our Top 100 to #2. The Toronto native moves deftly between singing and rapping on this RL Grime-produced track. This is the rare track that reaches the top of the charts on quality alone, and not name recognition.

1) A$AP Rocky – M’$

A few months back, I wrote a feature asking who is the true leader of A$AP Mob. The latest from Rocky almost makes me want to apologize for doubting Lord Flacko. “M’$” is all the best parts of the A$AP sound: chaotic, weird, dark and braggadocious.

Still no word on the Rocky release date, but “M’$” is a nice track to hold us over. The fans gobbled it up too, ensuring it reached #1 on our Top 100 within the span of a week.