It seems most everyone is in agreement that 2018 was all around just a bad year (it feels like it’s been like that for the past two years, to be honest). While everyone had hoped that the orange tinted Kremlin kowtower residing in the White House would finally get what’s coming to him, nothing of the sort happened and instead the disgraceful autocrat adorer was allowed to continue his demented war on truth, decency and morality. Way to leave us with blue balls, Robert Mueller!
Sam Hunt scores his sixth chart topper with “Downtown’s Dead” moving 2-1 this week. Drake reaches a new peak with “Nice For What” (up 3-2). Childish Gambino falls to No. 3 after a single week on top with “This Is America.” At No. 8 is the week’s top debut: Justin Nozuka’s “Laury.”
Childish Gambino jumps 11-1 to top this week’s chart with “This Is America.” Sam Hunt also crashes into the Top 5 on his second week on the countdown with “Downtown’s Dead” (up 16-2). Drake inches up closer to the summit with “Nice For What” (up 5-3).
After reaching as high as No. 2 as a featured artist on Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again” in May 2015, Charlie Puth reaches the top with his second hit on the countdown, “Done For Me (feat. Kehlani).” Elsewhere, Childish Gambino debuts on the chart with “This Is America.” It’s his first appearance on the countdown.
The Top 3 positions from last week don’t change this week, with Ariana Grande’s “No Tears Left To Cry” spending a second week on top. Meanwhile, Nicki Minaj’s “Chun-Li” high-kicks into the Top 5 (up 10-4). The week’s top bow comes from Charlie Puth, who lands at No. 13 with “Done For Me (feat. Kehlani).”