10) 50 Cent ft. Jeremih, 2 Chainz and T.I. – Get Low

Like all of 50’s recent stabs at radio play, this single fell off fast. “Get Low” dropped eight spots from its first-week appearance at number two, landing at the bottom end of our top ten.

9) Jeezy ft. Rich Homie Quan – I Might

You absolutely can not keep Jeezy down. This track off of his surprise mixtape Gangsta Party failed to make waves in its first week on the charts, but this week it’s the biggest climber in the top ten. “I Might” jumped up an absurd 23 spots to land at number nine.

Jeezy - I Might Feat. Rich Homie Quan (Prod. By London On Da Track)

8) Lil Durk ft. Logic – Tryna Tryna

Durk’s long-awaited debut album drops tomorrow, so it’s no surprise that Durkmania is in full effect with HNHH readers. The latest track from Remember My Name features internet darling Logic and garnered enough buzz to land at number eight in its first week on the charts.


7) Fetty Wap ft. Drake – My Way

As someone who attended a graduation celebration for a few high school seniors this weekend, I can tell you this Drake-assisted track is going strong. “My Way” didn’t budge at all in its fourth week on our charts.


  6) Future ft. Rick Ross & Big Sean – Fuck Up Some Commas (Remix)

Future Hendrix’s strip club pep rally “Commas” has absolutely owned the radio in recent months, but apparently he needs to keep a stranglehold on the airplay charts for a bit longer.

The remix of this Monster cut got the Bawse treatment and received high marks from HNHH readers. It ended up at number six in its first week.


5) Juicy J ft. Ty Dolla $ign and Drake – Tryna Fuck

It seems Juicy J has distilled his feelings down to their essence on the first track from his upcoming project THC: The Hustle Continues. The man who caint say no to ratchet pussy calling a track “Tryna Fuck” is some borderline-Hemingway shit. 

It landed at number five in its first week on the charts.


4) The Weeknd – In The Night

The Weeknd dropped two songs into the top ten this week and this MJ-esque track fared the worst of the two. Readers only gave it a rating of 66% but curiosity  pushed it all the way to number four.

3) Ty Dolla $ign ft. Kendrick Lamar and D&D – L.A.

This leaked demo isn’t available anymore, but during its brief time on this earth it catapulted to number three on the Top 100.

2) A$AP Rocky ft. Schoolboy Q – Electric Body (Tags)

 With A.L.L.A., A$AP Rocky has finally released an album that made good on the post-regional promise of his early internet buzz. Lord Flacko earns his title on this Schoolboy Q collab that climbed an additional spot after an impressive debut last week.


1) The Weeknd – I Can’t Feel My Face

Readers liked this track a considerable amount more than Abel’s other output this week, even if it was produced by Max Martin. The track leapfrogged the chart with over 300,000 views in its first week.