The new collaboration, which options Maluma & Swae Lee, begins at No. 28 on the Hot 100 and No. 14 on Streaming Songs.
“Arms Around You,” the brand new collaboration between Lil Pump and the late XXXTentacion, is off to a robust begin, bowing at No. 14 on Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart dated Nov. 10 in its first full week of streams.
The observe, which options Maluma and Swae Lee, debuts with 19.9 million streams earned within the week ending Nov. 1, in response to Nielsen Music. That follows a launch week (it was launched Oct. 25, which means it accrued someday of streams earlier than the monitoring week reset) of 1.5 million clicks.
“You” is Lil Pump’s third track to debut throughout the high 20 of Streaming Songs, all coming in 2018; beforehand, “Esskeetit” began at No. 13 (April 28) whereas “I Love It,” with Kanye West, bowed at No. 1 (Sept. 22). It’s additionally XXXTentacion’s third-highest debut as a lead artist, behind “Sad!” (No. 5, March 17) and “Jocelyn Flores” (No. 11, Sept. 16, 2017).
“You” concurrently begins at No. 28 on the Billboard Hot 100, enters Digital Song Sales at No. 18 (11,000 downloads) and is effervescent underneath the Rhythmic Songs airplay chart.
The track was conceived after Lil Pump reached out to XXXTentacion’s mom following his dying to inquire about singing to honor the artist, who died June 18. Skrillex, JonFX and Mally Mall co-produced the observe.
Meanwhile, Maluma scores his highest-charting observe on Streaming Songs with “You,” eclipsing the No. 39 peak of “Felices Los four” (Aug. 5, 2017), and it’s Swae Lee’s third high 20 debut as a solo artist, following Post Malone’s “Spoil My Night,” on which he’s featured (No. eight, May 12), and “Sunflower,” this time on equal billing with Malone (No. eight, Nov. three).