Dave East and Lil Uzi Vert's "Don't Try Me" tops our chart this week.
The past two weeks have seen songs featuring unlikely Lil Uzi Vert collaborations top our TOP 100 chart. Last week, it was his assist on Nav's "Wanted You" that made the cut; this time, it's an appearance on Dave East's "Don't Try Me." Though both collaborators come from very different backgrounds and have very different sounds, Lil Uzi's style seems to fit both tracks equally well. The fact that an XO-affiliated singer/rapper and a traditionalist boom-bapper both called on him for features also speaks to Uzi's immense popularity.
Lil Uzi is tied with 6LACK for the most appearances in the top ten of our TOP 100 this week, with two apiece. New tracks barely missing out on spots this week include Jaden Smith and ASAP Rocky's "Breakfast" (#11), Tee Grizzley's "Grizzley Gang" (#13), G-Eazy and Zoe Nash's "The Beautiful & Damned" (#14), and Lil Uzi Vert's "Loaded" (#16).
10. Yo Gotti, Fabolous & DJ Khaled - 3 Kings
About ten years ago, Slim Thug, Bun B, and T.I. released an amazing track called "3 Kings." This year, Yo Gotti, Fabolous, and DJ Khaled do the same for an upcoming Roc Nation Christmas album. Their "3 Kings" debuts at #10.
9. Joseline Hernandez - Hate Me Now
Who is Joseline Hernandez? A Love & Hip-Hop star who just released a Cardi B diss track. "Hate Me Now" was clearly only clicked on for its beef-centric content, as it only received six thumbs up and a measly 22% user rating. Nevertheless, it debuts at #9.
8. 6LACK - Glock Six
6LACK has been relatively quiet since releasing his debut, Free 6LACK, last year, but this past week he came through with a deluxe edition to celebrate its one-year anniversary with three new bonus tracks. One of them is "Glock Six," which makes its debut at #8.
7. 6LACK Feat. T-Pain - One Way
Another one of the new Free 6Lack deluxe edition cuts is this one featuring T-Pain, who released an album of his own last week. "One Way" received a very high rating, 92% to be exact, and debuts at #7 this week.
6. Tory Lanez - I Sip
The road to Tory Lanez's Memories Don't Die album has officially begun, as the Toronto rapper/singer has been dropping off singles at a fairly consistent clip over the last couple of months. "I Sip" is his latest, and it debuts at #6.
Last week's #1 still hangs on for a second week in the top ten, racking up enough views to hang with all of the new tracks. In its second week of eligibility, Nav and Lil Uzi's "Wanted You" is down four places from #1 to #5.
4. CyHi The Prynce Feat. Travis Scott - I'm Fine
After years of waiting, CyHi The Prynce finally dropped his debut on G.O.O.D. Music, and No Dope On Sundays has yielded some popular singles on HNHH in the process. After debuting at #2 last week, the Travis Scott-assisted "I'm Fine" is down two spots in its second week out, finishing at #4.
3. 50 Cent Feat. Jeremih - Still Think I'm Nothing
It's been a while since we've seen 50 Cent focusing on music, but his first new track in quite some time is a welcome return. Jeremih lends a typically silky assist to "Still Think I'm Nothing," which not only debuts at #2, but also receives the highest user rating of any song on the chart this week with a 95%.
2. Lil Peep & Lil Tracy - Ratchet Bitches Cocaina
Last week we lost Lil Peep far too soon, a burgeoning talent cut down before he could reach his prime, and in mourning one of his closest collaborators, Lil Tracy, shared an unreleased track by the two of them. "Ratchet Bitches Cocaina" was produced by Diplo, who may have taken it down since it wasn't an official release (which would be a very shitty thing to do, but hey, that's nothing new for Diplo). "Ratchet Bitches Cocaina" debuts at #2.
1. Dave East Feat. Lil Uzi Vert - Don't Try Me
Dave East appears to be gearing up for a sequel to the Paranoia: A True Story EP he released earlier this year, and for our first taste of it, the Harlem spitter shared the Uzi-assisted "Don't Try Me." This one debuts at #1 and finishes with an 84% user approval rating.