Top Tracks: Logic's "44 More" Debuts at #1


Last year’s Everybody marked a few milestones for Logic. It was his first #1 debut, and contained the single “1-800-273-8255,” which became his highest-charting song to date and also secured his first-ever Grammy nominations. Perhaps some day-one fans pine for the days when the rapper was best-known as a rapid-fire spitter with a low prile, and if so, they should be delighted that his latest song is all bars. Enough them seem to have clicked on “44 More,” as it received more views than any other song on our site last week. 

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This week, Gucci Mane is the only artist with two appearances in the top ten. New track barely missing out on spots this week include Bow Wow’s “Yeaahh” (#11), Zaytoven, Ty Dolla $ign, Jeremih, and OJ Da Juiceman’s “What You Think” (#12), Tekashi 6ix9ine, Young Thug, and Tory Lanez’s “Rondo” (#13), and Good Gas, 2 Chainz, A$AP Ferg, and FKi 1st’s “How I Feel” (#14). 


XXX isn’t the first rapper you’d expect to mourn an act mass violence, what with his history abuse, but the recent Parkland school shooting seemed to hit close to home for the South Florida upstart. Days after the massacre, he shared a new song called “Hope” that’s dedicated to the 17 victims and their families. It debuts at #10. 

9. DMX, Royce Da 5’9″ & KXNG CROOKED – King Kong

The upcoming Forever M.C. compilation looks like it’ll be a breeding ground for veteran spitters, and the latest single released from the project is no exception. “King Kong” sets DMX, Royce, and Crooked’s rhymes to a Statik Selektah beat, and curried enough favor with HNHH users to receive a 95% rating. 

8. Blac Youngsta Feat. Travis Scott – Heavy Camp

Memphis’ Blac Youngsta finally dropped his debut album, 223, last week, and if you thought the Travis Scott feature wouldn’t be the most-played song on the project, you’re clearly out touch. La Flame lends an assist on “Heavy Camp,” which debuts at #8.

7. Trippie Redd – UKA UKA

Next up is a guy, prior to this week, had only appeared as a lead artist in our top ten when Travis Scott was assisting him on “Dark Knight Dummo.” Now Trippie Redd has scored his first truly solo top ten appearance with “UKA UKA,” which debuts at #7. 

6. Enima Feat. Quavo, Offset, Hoodrich Pablo Juan & Ness – Water

You’d think that if your name was Enima, you’d want to avoid all possible connections to the word “enema,” but with his debut track on our site, the Montreal rapper went with the dubious title “Water.” Luckily, he had two-thirds the Migos and the scorching hot Pablo Juan on the track, so it debuts at #6.

5. Tyga Feat. Gucci Mane – Sip A Lil

Tyga’s recent project Kyoto may not have been as well-received as it could have— our users only gave it a 67% approval rating— but at least it’s got this track going for it. The Gucci Mane-assisted “Sip A Lil” is one only two holdover tracks from last week’s top ten, and it even remains in the exact same spot (#5) in its second week out. 

4. Lil Uzi Vert Feat. Playboi Carti – Bankroll

Having already toured and collaborated together multiple times, Lil Uzi Vert and Playboi Carti seem to have established a pretty tight rapport, and they might even have a joint project in them in the near future. Their latest team-up comes on “Bankroll,” a new one that debuts at #4. 

3. A$AP Rocky, Gucci Mane & 21 Savage – Cocky

The second and final holdover from last week’s chart is “Cocky,” a star-studded collab from the upcoming Uncle Drew soundtrack. The London On Da Track-produced gem is down two places in its second week out, from #1 to #3. 

2. Post Malone Feat. Ty Dolla $ign – Pyscho

Post Malone’s been teasing his Beerbongs & Bentleys album for quite some time with no release date in sight, but maybe a new single suggests that the drop date isn’t that far f. “Psycho” pairs him with Ty Dolla $ign, and is good enough for a #2 debut on the chart. 

1. Logic – 44 More

Is mixtape Logic, AKA Young Sinatra, back? The BARS-first new track “44 More” seems to suggest that. This is the Logic that people were hungry for, and thusly, the new track debuts at #1.