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Hip Hop Single Sales: Post Malone & 21 Savage Debut At #1 With "Rockstar"

Post Malone entered the R&B/Hip Hop Single Sales charts at #1 this week with his 21 Savage-assisted single, “Rockstar.” Elsewhere on the chart, Michigan artist NF’s latest single “Let You Down” made waves by debuting at #7. Meanwhile, Gucci Mane and The Weeknd also got into the Top 10 at #9 with their collaboration “Curve” for the week ending on September 21.

The R&B/Hip Hop Single Sales chart this week also shows Cardi B still keeping the #2 spot warm with “Bodak Yellow,” complete with an 85 percent increase in sales. Additionally, Logic’s “1-800-273-8255” fell down two spots to #3.

Post Malone & 21 Savage Earn #1 Hit Song With “Rockstar”

“Rockstar” is Post Malone’s perfect follow-up to his multi-platinum selling “Congratulations.” The 21 Savage-featured single made its debut on the R&B/Hip Hop Single Sales charts at #1 and sold a total 79,564 digital downloads.

Additionally, the song was streamed 44.1 million times, according to Nielsen Music and is currently #2 on the Billboard Hot 100.

NF Makes His Debut In The Top 10

Christian rapper NF makes his debut on the R&B/Hip Hop Single Sales charts at #7 this week. The record has sold a total 14,113 in digital downloads, helping it NF landed his very first Top 10 single.

The song is featured on his fourth studio album Perception, which is slated for release on October 6.

Gucci Mane & The Weeknd “Curve” Reaps Highest Sales Of The Week

Despite Mr. Davis getting pushed back a bit, it’s not stopping Gucci Mane from continuously making his mark on the R&B/Hip Hop Single Sales charts.

“Curve” featuring The Weeknd is Guwop’s second single from Mr. Davis to hit the Top 10. The single has sold a total 15,609 units so far and 13,343 those units are from the week ending on September 21. “Curve” accounts for this week’s biggest jump in sales by 489 percent.

The Top 10 R&B/Hip Hop Single Sales For Week Ending 09/21/2017

#1. Post Malone f. 21 Savage — “Rockstar” — 79,564

#2. Cardi B – “Bodak Yellow” — 56,103 (316,058)

#3. Logic — “1-800-273-8255” — 40,395 (395,952)

#4. Yo Gotti f. Nicki Minaj — “Rake It Up” — 18,744 (179,628)

#5. French Montana f. Swae Lee  — “Unforgettable”  — 16,980 (510,219)

#6. Calvin Harris f. Pharrell, Katy Perry & Big Sean — “Feels” — 14,776 (315,643)

#7. NF — “Let You Down” — 14,113

#8. Khalid — “Young Dumb & Broke” — 13,887 (149,799)

#9. Gucci Mane f. The Weeknd – “Curve” — 13,343 (15,609)

#10. DJ Khaled f. Rihanna & Bryson Tiller – “Wild Thoughts” — 11,769 (548,454)

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Neak – CHALALA ft. Chris Crack | Hip Hop Songs

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Tyrese Appears To Heavily Clown XXXTENTACION

Although XXXTENTACION’s face tattoos were noticeably absent, it still appears that actor/model Tyrese took to Instagram to clown the polarizing rapper, citing him as an example for why he doesn’t use drugs.

“When you look in the mirror after drinking and smoking and popping every pill they tell you to pop from these hip hop songs,” he wrote on Saturday morning (September 20). “My whole life I’ve proudly always said #NoToDrugs.”

The photo strongly resembles the Broward County, Florida native, who recently shaved f his eyebrows and dyed his signature dreads grey. One commenter chided the Fast & Furious star for “bullying,” writing, “This is Bullying.. if u think this man is on drugs u should reach out privately to help him. Not publicly try to embarrass him. At the end the day this is someone’s child.”

Others applauded him for even broaching the topic drugs in Hip Hop.

“i usually don’t agree with your rants but im grateful you were man enough to say something about the current state hip hop,” one Instagram user wrote. “God knows somebody needs too. Thank you @tyrese.”

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Dave Chappelle Honored With Key To Washington D.C.

Washington, D.C. – Celebrated comedian and Hip Hop enthusiast Dave Chappelle was honored with the key to Washington D.C. on Friday (September 29), according to WJLA. Mayor Muriel Bowser presented the symbolic gesture at the Duke Ellington School the Arts where Chappelle graduated in 1991.

Chappelle, famous for Chappelle’s Show characters like Tyrone Biggums and Clayton Bigsby, shouted out his alma mater and other D.C. schools during his acceptance speech at this year’s Emmy Awards, prompting the #DCPublicSchools hashtag on Twitter.

The D.C. native was awarded his first Emmy — Best Guest Actor in a Comedy Series — on September 17 for his appearance on last season’s Saturday Night Live, which also featured musical guests A Tribe Called Quest.

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Sean Handley – Not Enough | Hip Hop Songs

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