HNHH's top 10 tracks, according to our Top 100 chart.
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.
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$y - Uber Driver
Old Wiz back?
Not quite, but this track fared quite a bit better than his other Top 10 track from last week. “Uber Driver" dropped two spots to come in at #5, proving that Wiz stans and regular listeners alike prefer Khalifa in his throwback, hazy groove, with a side of Spitta.
4) Fabolous – Ain’t Nuthin Ta Fuck Wit (Freestyle)
Fab continues his streak of getting freestyles in the Top 10. His take on this Wu-Tang classic was another stab at bringing back the '90s a la Young OG Project. Users were definitely fucking with it, with a rating of almost 90%. It made quite the high debut at #4.
The Fan of a Fan duo are still at it. They released their take on Wiz Khalifa’s Furious 7 track “See You Again” this week. The song has already been taken down, but it was up for long enough to spark a “Who did it better?” style argument among the HNHH commentariat.
The consensus seems to be that Wiz’s version was better, but Tyga had a strong showing.
2) Tory Lanez – In For It
Tory continues his quest to make us say “Abel who?” and “What’s a ‘Drake’?”
“In For It” debuted this week and sky-rocketed up our Top 100 to #2. The Toronto native moves deftly between singing and rapping on this RL Grime-produced track. This is the rare track that reaches the top of the charts on quality alone, and not name recognition.
1) A$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.