DaBaby & Roddy Ricch's 'Rockstar' Returns to No. 1 on Hot 100, Jack Harlow & Lil Mosey Earn Their First Top 10s

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Jackie Dimailig

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"Whats Poppin" surges 18-8 & "Blueberry Faygo" bumps 11-9.

DaBaby's "Rockstar," featuring Roddy Ricch, returns to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart for a third total week in the top spot.

The song reclaims the throne from 6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj's "Trollz," which plummets to No. 34 on the Hot 100, after it debuted at No. 1 a week ago.

Plus, SAINt JHN's "Roses" reaches the Hot 100's top five, rising from No. 8 to No. 4, and Jack Harlow and Lil Mosey earn their first top 10 each, as the former's "Whats Poppin" jumps 18-8 and the latter's "Blueberry Faygo" climbs 11-9.

Let's run down the top 10 of the newest Hot 100, which blends all-genre U.S. streaming, radio airplay and sales data. All charts (dated July 4) will update on Billboard.com tomorrow (June 30).

"Rockstar," released on SouthCoast/Interscope Records, rebounds from No. 2 on the Hot 100, after it led the lists dated June 13 and 20. It posts a sixth week at No. 1 on the Streaming Songs chart, with 37.9 million U.S. streams (down 5%) in the week ending June 25, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. It lifts 3-2 on Digital Song Sales with 12,000 sold (down 7%) in the week ending June 25 and 14-12 on Radio Songs with 39.7 million airplay audience impressions (up 27%, good for the Hot 100's top Airplay Gainer award) in the week ending June 28, hitting new highs on both charts.

"Rockstar" concurrently rules the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs charts, which employ the same multi-metric formula as the Hot 100, for a third week each.

The song should benefit on next week's charts from the release of its official video on June 26, as well as DaBaby and Roddy Ricch's virtual performance of the track on the 2020 BET Awards last night (June 28).

Megan Thee Stallion's former one-week Hot 100 No. 1 "Savage," featuring Beyoncé, rises 4-2 and The Weeknd's former four-week leader "Blinding Lights" lifts 5-3. The latter leads Radio Songs for a 12th week (76.8 million, up 3%) and the multi-metric Hot R&B Songs chart for a 15th frame.

SAINt JHN's "Roses" enters the Hot 100's top five, rising 8-4. It pushes 8-7 on Streaming Songs (17.4 million, down 3%) and holds at No. 8 on Digital Song Sales (9,000, down 3%) and No. 11 on Radio Songs (41.9 million, up 19%).

SAINt JHN first released "Roses" in July 2016. Imanbek's remix arrived last September, sparking the song's global chart surge. The track led the Official UK Singles chart for two weeks beginning in March; it tops the multi-metric Hot Dance/Electronic Songs for a ninth week. The song was released on the Hitco Entertainment label, which achieves its first top five Hot 100 hit.

Justin Bieber's "Intentions," featuring Quavo, returns to its No. 5 Hot 100 high, from No. 7; Doja Cat's former one-week No. 1 "Say So" is steady at No. 6; and Lil Baby's "The Bigger Picture" drops to No. 7 following its debut at No. 3 a week earlier, as it keeps at No. 2 on Streaming Songs (27.1 million, down 31%).

Jack Harlow scores his first Hot 100 top 10, as "Whats Poppin" bounds 18-8. The rapper's first Hot 100 entry jumps 13-5 on Streaming Songs (19.8 million, up 21%) and debuts at No. 23 on Digital Song Sales (5,000, up 92%), following the June 24 arrival of its DaBaby, Tory Lanez and Lil Wayne remix (in which DaBaby shouts out his chart success with "Rockstar," rapping, "Still on the Billboard, the No. 1 song in UK"; indeed, the song, in addition to its Hot 100 reign, tops the Official UK Singles chart for a sixth week). The track advances 37-29 on Radio Songs (26 million, up 23%).

Lil Mosey likewise earns his first Hot 100 top 10, as "Blueberry Faygo" rises 11-9. The single ascends 12-11 on Streaming Songs (17.6 million, down 1%) and repeats at No. 13 on Radio Songs (36.5 million, up 14%), while increasing by 6% to 3,000 sold. The song samples Johnny Gill's former Hot 100 top 10 "My, My, My," which reached No. 10 in September 1990.

Rounding out the Hot 100's top 10, Post Malone's "Circles" returns to the region, rising 13-10 and logging a record-extending 39th week in the top 10. The song led the chart for three nonconsecutive weeks in November, December and January.

As noted above, 6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj's "Trollz" free falls from No. 1 on the Hot 100, where it debuted a week ago, to No. 34. It slides 1-7 on Digital Song Sales (9,000, down 92%) and 3-18 on Streaming Songs (13.8 million, down 62%), although it gains by 97% to 2.3 million in radio reach. The song sets the record for the steepest drop from No. 1 to another rank in the Hot 100's nearly 62-year history, with its 1-34 tumble doubling that of the prior record-holder, The Weeknd's "Heartless," which fell 1-17 on the Dec. 21, 2019-chart.

As for the biggest overall drop from No. 1, Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas Is You" disappeared from the Hot 100 entirely after it logged its third week on top on Jan. 4, 2020; of course, the departure was essentially owed to the end of the holiday season, as all 25 Yuletide titles on the chart that week were no longer on the Jan. 11 ranking. ("Worth it haaa another record!" Carey joked on Twitter in response to Billboard.)

Elsewhere on the Hot 100, Beyoncé's "Black Parade" debuts at No. 37, as it launches at No. 1 on Digital Song Sales with 18,000 sold, following its June 19 release. The song is her ninth leader on the sales survey and first on her own since "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)," which dominated for three weeks in 2008-09.

With "Black Parade," Beyoncé banks her 40th top 40 Hot 100 hit, becoming the 22nd artist in the chart's archives to reach that level.

For all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram. And again, be sure to visit Billboard.com tomorrow (June 30), when all charts, including the Hot 100 in its entirety, will refresh.

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