‘In My Feelings’ and’Girls Like You’ seem to maintain their nearest battle yet.
Drake and Maroon 5 seem to be secured in a tight race to its No. 1 spot on next week&# 1 039;s Billboard Hot 100 (outdated Sept. 22), although Kanye West and Lil Pump's new single seems poised for a debut in the graph 's top 40.
According to construction Nielsen Music data, Drake's”In My Feelings,” that has directed the Hot 100 for fourteen weeks conducting , if game over 40 million U.S. flows in the monitoring week end Sept. 13, combined with over 17,000 downloads marketed (from the week end Sept. 13) and 85 million in wireless audience (at the monitoring week end Sept. 16).
Those amounts set the song marginally ahead Maroon 5&5 039;s”Girls Like You,” containing Cardi B, that has rated at its own No. Two Hot 100 high for five months. The monitor is trending with roughly 130 million in wireless viewers, 28 million U.S. flows and 18,000 sold.
If”Feelings” stays on at No. 1, Drake would pass Usher for its most weeks an artist has invested under the Hot 100 in any season; Drake has logged 28 months at No. 1 2018, three leaders, although Usher tallied 28 weeks in the summit 2004, more than four No. 1s.
If”Girls” ascends into the Hot 100's leading place, Maroon 5 could make its fourth No. 1 and first because”One More Night” in 2012. Cardi B could collect her third chief, following her debut smash”Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)” (three months, 2017) and”I Like It,” with Bad Bunny and J Balvin (July 7 ) ). Additionally, in case”Girls” crowns the Hot 100, it might end the series rap tunes ruling the Hot 100 to get a listing 33 successive weeks.
Meanwhile, Kanye West and Lil Pump's”that I Love It” seems headed for a introduction from the Hot 100's leading 40, driven heavily by over 20 million first-week U.S. flows.
Plus, Machine Gun Kelly's”Rap Devil” may establish since the top-selling monitor weekly (over 30,000) with an opportunity to debut from the Hot 100's upper half.
Highlights next week's Hot 100 will post on Billboard.com Monday (Sept. 17), together with all graphs posting the subsequent day (Sept. 18).