13 Things to Know About the Charts This Week: Dave Matthews Band & Drake Dominate, Juice WRLD Jumps


Plus, chart action for Taylor Swift, Khalid and more.

Dave Matthews Band's Come Tomorrow launches at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart (dated June 23), marking the act's seventh leader on the list and spurring its first week at No. 1 on the Billboard Artist 100 chart.

Plus, Drake returns to the top the Billboard Hot 100 with “Nice for What,” while Juice WRLD's “Lucid Dreams,” up 9- 6 on the Hot 100, jumps to No. 1 on the Streaming Songs chart.

Here are 13 other things to know about the charts this week:

1, Below Dave Matthews Band, new sets by Kids See Ghosts (the tandem Kanye West and Kid Cudi) and Dierks Bentley debut in the Billboard 200's top three. Click here for details.

2, Thanks to “4th Dimension,” a debut on the Hot 100 at No. 42, from Kids See Ghosts' album, featured artist on the track and late jazz legend Louis Prima rewrites the record for the longest break between Hot 100 appearances; he had last appeared on the chart in 1961. Click here for a closer look acts that took extended stays away from the Hot 100 before returning.

3, Following his death Monday (June 18), rapper/singer XXXTentacion's music streams climbed by 549 percent. Click here for the story.

4, Plus, trace XXXTentacion's Billboard chart history, from the tracks “Look at Me!” and “Sad!” to his recent Billboard 200 No. 1 album ?. Click here for the recap.

5, JAY-Z and Beyoncé's Everything Is Love (billed as by The Carters) and 5 Seconds Summer's Youngblood are each vying for a No. 1 debut on next week's Billboard 200, according to industry forecasters. Click here for a more in-depth forecast.

6, “Delicate” becomes Taylor Swift's second Radio Songs top 10 from her album reputation, as the set's fourth radio single follows lead hit “Look What You Made Me Do” to the region. “Delicate” also bounds to No. 25 on the Hot 100. Click here for the post.

7, On the latest Chart Beat Podcast, hosts Gary Trust and Trevor Anderson chat with hit songwriter Justin Tranter about his collaborations with Imagine Dragons, Julia Michaels and more. Tranter also discusses his social activism, musing, “Now that I have a platform, if I'm not paying that privilege forward and using the platform I've been given…what's the point being alive?” Click here to listen.

8, On the Pop Shop Podcast, Keith Caulfield and Katie Atkinson welcome guest Ella Mai, who shares her reaction to the success her debut Hot 100 top 10 “Boo'd Up.” “We wanted to make the song really fun, which I think we succeeded in,” she says. “And, we wanted to make it just like an innocent, puppy love song]. It's clean; there's no cursing in it or anything, so every age can appreciate that.” Click here to listen.

9, Gorillaz bring venerable R&B star George Benson to the Alternative Songs chart, thanks to his featured turn on new hit “Humility.” From Benson to Johnny Cash, Katy Perry, Tammy Wynette and more, rock chart manager Kevin Rutherford looks at surprising artists that have appeared on Alternative Songs over the years. Click here for a look and listen.

10, U2 earns its third trip to No. 1 on the Top Facebook Live Videos chart. Click here to read more.

11, Thanks to their collab “Everything's Gonna Be Alright,” David Lee Murphy ends the longest break between Country Airplay chart No. 1s and Kenny Chesney earns his record-tying 29th leader. Click here for the story.

12, Lauv's “I Like Me Better” and Dua Lipa's “New Rules” each set longevity records on the Pop Songs airplay chart. Click here for the post.

13, After earning $8 million on his Roxy tour, Khalid hits the Top Tours tally. Click here for more touring totals.