The Weeknd Dethrones Roddy Ricch for No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100
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The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” ascends to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week, turning into his fifth chief on the chart. He ousts Roddy Ricch, whose single “The Box” toped at No. 1 for 11 weeks.

“Blinding Lights” is the second single from The Weeknd’s album After Hours to come to No. 1. “Relentless” beat the chart in December and rises 16-4 this week. The Weeknd recently came to No. 1 with “Starboy” (January 2017), “The Hills” (October-November 2015), and “Can’t Feel My Face” (August-September 2015).

The Toronto crooner likewise holds the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 collections outline with After Hours, which opens with 444,000 comparable albums units. It turns into his fourth No. 1 on the graph and the greatest by and large week for any album of 2020 up until this point. Every one of the 14 tracks from After Hours have charted. A deluxe version was additionally released including eight extra tracks.

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Following 11 weeks, “The Box” plunges to No. 2 on the Hot 100 yet stays on the Hot Rap Songs diagram for a thirteenth week. Roddy additionally indents another passage on the Hot 100 with NLE Choppa’s “Walk Em Down,” which debuts at No. 94.

Doja Cat acquires her first top 10 section on the Hot 100 with “Say as much.” The Hot Pink single bounces 14-9, turning into her third Hot 100 passage. She recently diagrammed with “Succulent” including Tyga (No. 41) and “Candy” (No. 86).

Somewhere else on the Hot 100, Post Malone’s previous pioneer “Circles” stays at No. 5, Future and Drake’s “Life Is Good” slips 4-6, and Justin Bieber’s “Aims” highlighting Quavo holds at No. 8.