The Weekend is still at the top with “The Hills”but it seems like Drakes “Hotline Bling” is on the way!

Hip Hop & RnB sales had a few changes with the new comer Fetty Wap. The single “679” to a leap from #5 to #3 taken both Macklemore and The Weekends spots. R&B is still struggling with only two songs being in the Top 20 getting a increase in sales. (#RnBisAlivewithMe).

The Weekend Remains at #1 With The Hills

Sales had a 5% drop but the song is still running the charts. The Weekend had 104,651 units sold of the track during the seven days leading to Oct 1. Currently its sitting at 1,587,701 units since its official release

Drake’s “Hotline Bling” Goes GoldThe “Hotline Bling” Reaches Gold,

Drakes hit remains #2 for a couple of weeks now in row. The singl sole 101,431 units with its first 7 days of its release. Now its sitting nice and climbing up with 564185+ sales.

Fetty Wap’s “679” Jumps To #3Fetty Wap’s sound is really doing it for the air waves and the sales in Hip Hop & RnB. The single 679 is experiencing alot of growth as it jumps to #3 and a 4% bump in sales totaling 69459 units a during the seven days leading to October 1

Top 5 R&B/Hip Hop Single Sales
#1. The Weeknd – “The Hills” – 104,651 (1,587,701)

#2. Drake – “Hotline Bling (Cha Cha Remix)” – 101,431 (564,185)

#3. Fetty Wap f. Remy Boyz – “679” – 69,459 (944,749)

#4. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – “Downtown” – 68,475 (395,487)

#5. The Weeknd – “Can’t Feel My Face” – 57,669 (1,801,640)


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