Bas and J. Cole's "Tribe" debuts at #1.
This past Friday, Dreamville's Bas dropped his Milky Way project after only about two weeks of promo. That promo included a pre-release drop of its most newsworthy track, "Tribe," which features his label boss J. Cole. The track certainly did its job of drumming up hype for Milky Way, as it quickly climbed to the top of our chart and now makes its debut at #1.
Bryson Tiller and Wiz Khalifa both have two tracks apiece in this top ten, tying for most appearances of the week. New tracks barely missing out on spots include Bryson Tiller's "Normal Girl" (#12), YoungBoy Never Broke Again and Kevin Gates' "2 Hands" (#13), Lil Baby's "Need Mine" (#14), and Kyle, Kehlani, and Logic's "Playinwitme" remix (#15).
10. Bryson Tiller - Canceled
After showing up on a new Tory Lanez song two weeks ago, Bryson Tiller shared three new ones this past week: two remixes and this original called "Canceled." No word yet if this is from his upcoming project Serenity or just a loosie. "Canceled" debuts at #10.
9. Bryson Tiller - Leaning (Remix)
Tiller must be a pretty big T. Lanez fan. Not only did he just collaborate with the Canadian on "Keep In Touch," but one of his two new remixes is of Lanez's track "Leaning" (the other is of SZA's "Normal Girl"). This new version debuts at #9.
8. Wiz Khalifa - Where Iz Da Bud
Khalifa and producer TM88 already collaborated a ton on the recently-released Rolling Papers 2, but clearly they have more in the stash. "Where Iz Da Bud" popped up on SoundCloud last week, and debuts at #8.
7. Lil Yachty Feat. Chief Keef, Trippie Redd, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Gunna & K$upreme - Birthday Mix 3
For the third straight year, Lil Yachty dropped off a "birthday mix" of unreleased music. For his 21st, he linked up with Keef, Trippie, YoungBoy, Gunna, and longtime collaborator K$upreme. The 16-minute mix debuts at #7.
Lil Durk's been teasing his Signed to the Streets 3 project all year, and now it looks like it'll finally be arriving next month. "Spin The Block" is a single featuring Future taken from the upcoming release, and it debuts at #6.
5. Wiz Khalifa & Travis Scott- Trippin
Two weeks ago, versatile producer DP Beats dropped the third installment of his Dponthebeat series, and just a few days prior, shared "Trippin" as a pre-release single. The Wiz Khalifa and Travis Scott-led banger is now in its second straight week in the top ten, and it remains at #5.
4. Logic - The Return
Logic's back to releasing music after taking a break for a few months following the release of Bobby Tarantino 2. First came the Ryan Tedder-assisted "One Day," and now comes "The Return," a new burst of bars. This one debuts at #4.
3. Ty Dolla $ign & Jeremih Feat. Lil Wayne - New Level
Ty Dolla $ign and Jeremih's joint release MihTy has his some roadblocks on the way to release, but as consolation for another week without the project, the duo gave us a track from it that features Lil Wayne. "New Level" debuts at #3.
2. Young Thug - Rocket Man (Remix)
Rumored to be in existence for years, Young Thug's "remix" of noted fan Elton John's classic "Rocket Man" finally surfaced last week. Clearly, Thugger didn't get full clearance for use of the song, because in addition to that three-year delay, it's now been taken down from SoundCloud. Nevertheless, the "Rocket Man" remix debuts at #2.
1. Bas Feat. J. Cole - Tribe
A Cole verse is a true rarity these days, one that even outweighs a Wayne verse or a long-lost Elton John cover by Young Thug, it seems. The latest one lands on Bas' Milky Way single "Tribe," and pushes it to a #1 debut.