DJ Khaled‘s “Popstar” and “Greece” (both featuring Drake), entered the chart at No. 3 and No. 8 respectively, marking Drake’s 39th and 40th top 10 singles, passing Madonna (38) for the most in the history of the Top 100 chart.
Chris Brown and Young Thug‘s “Go Crazy” jumps from No. 29 to No. 10 after the release of the track’s official video.
DaBaby‘s “Rockstar”(featuring Roddy Ricch) tops the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart for a sixth week while Juice WRLD has five singles land in the top 10, matching The Beatles and Drake as the only acts to ever land at least five songs in the top 10 in the same week.
No other new releases opened in the top 10 this week.
Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber‘s “Stuck With U” debuted atop the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, the first No. 1 hit for the duo who have seven other No. 1 hits between them. They each make their third debut atop the chart, a feat only matched by Drake and Mariah Carey.
Also debuting in the top 10 is Tekashi 6ix9ine‘s “Gooba,” which entered the chart at No. 3. The track, his first since being released from prison last month, is not without some controversy after the rapper accused Billboard of manipulating the Hot 100 when the track appeared lower on the charts than “Stuck With U.”
No other new release entered the top 10 this week; however, Post Malone‘s “Circles” extends its record-breaking streak by spending 37 weeks in the top 10.
Doja Cat‘s “Say So” (featuring Nicki Minaj) jumped from No. 6 to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart marking the first No. 1 for both artists. For Minaj, the track breaks the longest wait for a No. 1 hit, 109 tracks.
Elsewhere in the top 10, Drake‘s “Pain 1993” (featuring Playboy Carti) debuted at No. 7. No other songs entered the top 10 this week.
Kenny Chesney‘s Here and Now debuted atop the Billboard 200 albums chart, after moving 233,000 album equivalent units last week, the best debut for a country album since Carrie Underwood‘s Cry Pretty debuted at No. 1 in 2018. This is also the first country album to top the Billboard 200 albums chart since Luke Combs‘ What You See Is What You Get entered the chart November 23, 2019.
Cheney’s numbers were driven largely by a concert ticket/album redemption offer. His 9th No. 1 album held off Drake‘s latest, Dark Lane Demo Tapes, which entered the chart at No. 2 after moving 223,000 album equivalent units.
These are the only two new albums in the top 10 this week.
Drake released Dark Lane Demo Tapes, a compilation of leaks and loose tracks featuring Future, Young Thug, and Playboy Carti, and announced that he will release a new album this summer, his first in two years.
Dark Lane Demo Tapes is a 14-track collection that also features performances from Giveon and Fivio Foreign.
PostMalone‘s “Circles,” which moved up one spot from No. 7 to No. 6, captured the record for most weeks in the top 10 (34) for a single. He broke a record shared by three other songs in the 61-year history of the chart.
DaBaby‘s “Rockstar” (featuring Roddy Ricch) enters the top 10 at No. 9.
he Weeknd‘s “Blinding Lights” returned to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 after spending a week at No. 2 behind Drake‘s “Toosie Slide.” Doja Cat notches her first top-five hit at “Say So” jumps from No. 8 to No. 5.
Meanwhile, Post Malone‘s “Circles” spent its 33rd week in the top 10, tying a record he held when “Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse)” spent 33 weeks in the top 10 in 2018 and 2019. Also spending 33 weeks in the top 10 were Maroon 5‘s “Girls Like You” (featuring Cardi B) and Ed Sheeran‘s “Shape of You.”
The Weeknd‘s After Hours tops the Billboard 200 albums chart for the fourth straight week. It debuted at No. 2 s month ago and hasn’t budged from the top spot.It is the first album to spend four or more consecutive weeks at No. 1 since Drake‘s Scorpion topped the chart for five weeks in July and August 2018.
Tony Lanez’s The New Toronto 3 debuted at No. 2. Elsewhere in the top 10, The Strokes‘ The New Abnormal entered the chart at No. 8, marking their fifth top 10 album.
Drake’s “Toosie Slide” debuted atop the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart, becoming the first male artist and second overall to have debuted three songs in the top spot. The track is also Drake’s 7th No, 1 single, No other tracks debuted in the top 10 this week.