5 big moves on this week’s Hot 100


22 spots on the Hot 100 belong to Lil Uzi Vert this week, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for other artists to collect big hits and rise through the ranks with tracks they have been promoting for some time now.

Here’s a look at five of the biggest moves on this week’s Hot 100 singles chart.

No. 13 – Lil Uzi Vert – “Myron”

For the second week in a row, Lil Uzi Vert owns at least one-fifth of all Hot 100 spots, and this time around he’s actually dominating more than he did last frame. The rapper currently claims 22 echelons on the most competitive count, which stands as one of the most impressive projections of all time. In the lead this time, “Myron”, which is presented on the new deluxe edition of Eternal Hold. This cut opens at No. 13, becoming another top 40 win for the musician.

No. 18 – Camila Cabello – “My Oh My (ft. DaBaby)”

Usually, Camila Cabello’s songs start pretty high on the Hot 100 and then slowly go down, as she’s one of the most popular artists in the world right now, and her fan base often rushes in to spread whatever. she delivers when available. Her current single “My Oh My” struggled to climb the chart, and it finally reached the top 20 on the chart after 15 weeks of working towards the top. The Song, the final single from his second solo album Romance, is Cabello’s sixth track to enter the region alone, her eighth including music she released as a member of Fifth Harmony. It is also in DaBaby’s sixth top 20.

No. 20 – YNW Melly – “Suicidal (ft. Juice WRLD)”

Released last year, YNW Melly’s “Suicidal” hit the top 40 in its original form, but now that a remix featuring the late rapper Juice WRLD has surfaced, the single is returning to the Hot 100 under a glorious form. The cut reappears at #20, setting a new best performance in the process.

The track is now only the second top 20 for YNW Melly and the fourth for Juice WRLD, who has won two since his death last December.

No. 36 – Gabby Barrett – “I Hope”

Gabby Barrett may not have won the sixteenth season of american idol (she came third), but she became the musician with the greatest career of the first edition of the rebooted reality show. The country singer’s signature song “I Hope” rose to No. 36 on this week’s Hot 100, breaking into the top 40 for the first time. The cut has been doing well on the Hot Country Songs chart for a while now, and the future looks bright.

No. 38 – Lil Mosey – “Blueberry Faygo”

At just 18, it’s impressive that Lil Mosey has a career, let alone a career he’s been building for years already. The hip-hop musician, who has now released two albums that have reached the Billboard 200 top 40, scores his first top 40 single with “Blueberry Faygo,” which enters the important region this frame, landing at No. 38. .


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