Lil Wayne already had his name at the top the chart for two weeks this January, in the wake his latest Dedication tape, and now he’s back for more. His latest track, “Vizine,” isn’t even attached to a Weezy project— it’s from Ethika Inc’s new RGB compilation— but it’s been a definite hit on HNHH. This week, it received over double the views the closest runner-up and almost universal acclaim with a 96% user rating.
As was the case last week, Future has the most appearances in the top ten, and it’s actually the same two songs that charted last week. New tracks barely missing out on spots include Jeremih‘s “Forever I’m Ready” (#11), Joey Bada$$’ “King the Jungle” (#12), Lil Yachty, Lil Pump & Offset’s “Baby Daddy” (#13), and The Wu-Tang Clan’s “Piranhas” (#14).
10. Kodak Black – Believe This Shit
The first three tracks from the aforementioned Ethika compilation that made our top ten this week, Kodak’s “Believe This Shit” is the lowest-rated the bunch, only receiving 55% user approval. Nevertheless, it debuts at #10.
9. Anderson .Paak – ‘Til It’s Over
It’s not the lead single from Anderson .Paak’s next album, but it’ll have to make due for now. “‘Til It’s Over” is a song .Paak wrote to soundtrack a new Apple HomePod commercial that stars FKA Twigs and was directed by Spike Jonze, and it makes its debut at #9.
8. Future – I.C.W.N.T.
One two holdovers from last week’s top ten, “I.C.W.N.T.” still hasn’t seen an increase in user rating (currently sitting at 53%), but people are clearly still clicking on it. In its second week out, Future’s new single falls six places from #2 to #8.
7. Vince Staples – Get the Fu*k Off My Dick
Vince Staples has been on one this week. Last night he went on an extended Twitter rampage about quality couches, and earlier last week he trolled everyone with a GoFundMe page that asked people to fund his retirement. Accompanying the latter was “Get the Fu*k Off My Dick,” a song that seems less polarizing than most Vince’s last album and debuts at #7.
6. DJ Khaled Feat. Jay Z, Beyoncé & Future – Top Off
For a second straight week, DJ Khaled’s new song is the lowest-rated one in our top ten, despite appearances from three high-prile stars. “Top Off” currently sits at 45% user approval and is down five places, from #1 to #6, in its second week out.
5. T-Pain – Bartier Cardi (Remix)
T-Pain’s been going hard on the remixes lately, and the latest to receive his treatment is Cardi B’s most recent single, “Bartier Cardi.” This one was a definite hit with HNHH users, scoring a 93% user approval rating and a #5 debut on the chart.
4. Lil Skies Feat. Rich The Kid – Creeping
The second track from the Ethika compilation, Lil Skies and RTK’s “Creeping,” has been removed from the web for some reason. Nevertheless, it debuts at #4.
3. Joey Bada$$ Feat. XXXTENTACION – King’s Dead (Remix)
The second three freestyles/remixes that appear in the top five this year, Joey and XXX’s take on this Black Panther soundtrack highlight may seem unexpected on paper, but it panned out pretty well. Their version “King’s Dead” debuts at #3.
2. Joyner Lucas – Look Alive (Remix)
Last week, Joyner Lucas made our top ten with the first single from his and Chris Brown‘s upcoming collab album, and now he’s back in it with another freestyle. This one, which comes in over BlocBoy JB and Drake’s “Look Alive,” debuts at #2.
1. Lil Wayne – Vizine
The #2 track this week, Joyner Lucas’ freestyle, got 33,000 views; Weezy’s “Vizine” got 85,000. This was, without a doubt, the song people were checking for this week and unsurprisingly, it debuts at #1.