Seeing how much Yelawolf was popping up in our top ten with his pre-album freestyle series, it's no surprise that he's got our #1 song of the week days after the release of his hotly-anticipated Trunk Muzik 3. Coincidentally, the track in question, "Rowdy," features a rapper that Yela may have thrown (playful?) shots at on his last track to hit #1 on our chart, last month's "Bloody Sunday Freestyle." "Rowdy" proves that it was most likely fun and games between these two white rappers.
Logic has the most appearances of any one artist inside of the top ten this week, with three (consecutive!) entries. Yelawolf is second with two to his name. New tracks barely missing out on spots include Russ' "AINT GOIN BACK" (#11), Dej Loaf's "In A Minute" (#13), G-Eazy, YG, ALLBLACK & Blueface's "West Coast Remix" (#14), and Don Q's "Quick Reminder" (#15).
10. Khalid - Self
Khalid's now less than one week away from the release of his sophomore album, "Free Spirit," and last week he dropped off one more single before drop day. "Self" debuts at #10.
9. Bosie Badazz Feat. Webbie - Good Ol Days
Boosie and Webbie go waaaay back, and so it's fitting that their most recent collab is titled "Good Ol Days." The cut off of Boosie's new release, Badazz 3.5, debuts at #9.
8. Logic - Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
This time last week, we all thought Logic's next album was going to be Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, a release he announced quite some time ago. But we were all proven wrong when a companion full-length dropped alongside his debut novel, both titled Supermarket. Logic's first entry on our chart this week is also the only one from the former, still forthcoming album. In its second week out, the title track is down seven places from #1 to #8.
7. Logic - Supermarket
Logic decided to take a left turn in his career path and release a novel, and the music that accompanied it also ended up being quite the unexpected change-up. Supermarket marks Logic's first major foray into alt-pop, recalling influences such as the Red Hot Chili Peppers and the Postal Service, and two of its tracks break into the top ten this week. The first is the title track, which debuts at #7.
6. Logic - Bohemian Trapsody
Hammering home the point that Logic is changing up genres on Supermarket is the title of the lead track, "Bohemian Trapsody." While not as ambitious as the operatic Queen track that's its namesake, the song certainly is long, clocking in at close to seven minutes. This one debuts at #6.
5. Nav Feat. Future - Amazing
Just a few days after sharing the standard edition of Bad Habits, Nav turned around and released a deluxe version, featuring three new songs as well as those from his recent Brown Boy EP. One of the new ones is the Future-assisted "Amazing," which debuts at #5 this week.
4. Yelawolf Feat. DJ Paul & Rittz - Box Chevy 6
The first Trunk Muzik 3 offering on the list this week is also part of another ongoing Yelawolf series, the run of "Box Chevy" tracks. The sixth installment features someone who was around for the first go-round (Rittz), as well as one of Yela's primary influences, DJ Paul of Three 6 Mafia. This one debuts at #4.
3. Kooda B - Talking
Kooda B doesn't have a ton of music out, but he does have plenty of notoriety to spare, which is why he's here, so high up on our list. The Tekashi 6ix9ine affiliate was allegedly one of those that the Treyway rapper named in connection to last year's attempted Chief Keef shooting, and now that he's been released on bond, Kooda has taken aim at 6ix9ine via a new song called "Talking." It debuts at #3.
2. Lil Uzi Vert - Free Uzi
In a cruel turn of events, last week's "Free Uzi," a track that was shared after tentative news that Uzi was all good to release Eternal Atake, has since been removed from streaming services. The pitched-up speed-rap track is still on SoundCloud though, and hopefully it remains there to serve as a reminder that one of the most exciting rappers in the game is being creatively stifled. "Free Uzi" debuts at #2.
1. Yelawolf Feat. Machine Gun Kelly - Rowdy
The standout track that HNHH users picked from Trunk Muzik 3, Yelawolf's final release on Shady Records, is "Rowdy." On it, he and Machine Gun Kelly attack a Southern rock-influenced beat. It debuts at #1.