21 Savage’s ‘A Lot’ Leaps on Hot 100, Hits Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Top 5

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The monitor surges in all metrics following its official video premiere Feb. 1 & his detention by ICE on Feb. three.

21 Savage's "A Lot" vaults from No. 26 to No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart (dated Feb. 16), reaching a brand new peak, powered by features in all chart metrics (streaming, gross sales and airplay) after the music's official video premiered Feb. 1, the primary day of the chart's streaming and gross sales monitoring week.

Also part of his profile final week, he was detained by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in Atlanta Feb. three. Officials claimed that 21 Savage (full identify: Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph) is a citizen of the United Kingdom and that his visa expired in 2006. After spending 9 days behind bars, he was granted bond and is scheduled to be launched right now (Feb. 13).

In the monitoring week ending Feb. 7, "A Lot" soared by 79 p.c to 32.2 million U.S. streams and by 114 p.c to 7,000 downloads offered, in line with Nielsen Music. The monitor rises 17-7 on the Streaming Songs chart and debuts at No. 30 on Digital Song Sales. It additionally grew by 7 p.c to 18.6 million radio viewers impressions.

On the Hot 100, the music ties the rapper's 2017 single "Bank Account" as his highest-charting solo single. His top-charting title total, Post Malone's "Rockstar," on which he's featured, spent eight weeks at No. 1 starting that October. "A Lot" turns into 21 Savage's fourth prime 20 hit; his different, his featured activate Cardi B's "Bartier Cardi," reached No. 14 in January 2018.

21 Savage has charted 31 songs on the Hot 100, relationship to his debut entry "X," with Metro Boomin and that includes Future, in October 2016. It reached No. 36 that December.

Meanwhile, "A Lot" vaults 13-5 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and 12-5 on Hot Rap Songs, turning into his fifth and sixth prime 10 on the tallies, respectively. On the previous, he ties his greatest solo rank, first reached by "Bank Account." On the latter, "A Lot" is a notch shy of his solo greatest; "Bank Account" hit No. four.