Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper proceed to dominate Streets Talkin's charts, because of A Star Is Born. The film's soundtrack logs a second week at No. 1 on the Streets Talkin 200, whereas Gaga and Cooper maintain at Nos. 1 and three on the Streets Talkin Artist 100, respectively.
Plus, Maroon 5's "Girls Like You," that includes Cardi B, spends a fifth week atop the Streets Talkin Hot 100, whereas Kodak Black's "Zeze," that includes Travis Scott and Offset, launches at No. 2.
Here are 13 different issues to know in regards to the charts this week:
1. Drake breaks one more Hot 100 document. Thanks to his featured activate Bad Bunny's "Mia," which debuts at No. 5, Drake earns his 12th high 10 of 2018, passing The Beatles for essentially the most high 10s by any act in a single 12 months. Click right here for particulars.
2. Speaking of "Mia," the observe surges to No. 1 on the Hot Latin Songs chart. Click right here for the story.
three. As "Zeze" debuts at No. 2 on the Hot 100, the observe turns into the highest-charting hit to start with the letter "Z." What different such songs have zoomed onto the chart? Click right here for our (zealous) analysis.
four. "Zeze" additionally debuts at No. 1 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. Click right here for the put up.
5. Quavo sends seven tracks onto the Hot 100 from his debut solo album Quavo Huncho, which hits No. 2 on the Streets Talkin 200. Click right here for the rundown.
6. Fred Bronson seems again at 60 actors and actresses who’ve proven off their musical skills on the Hot 100, from Bradley Cooper to the Blues Brothers, Hugh Jackman, Anna Kendrick, Burt Reynolds and extra. Click right here for the lights, digital camera and chart motion.
7. Looking forward to subsequent week's Streets Talkin 200, the A Star Is Born soundtrack is primed to spend its third week at No. 1, whereas Future and Juice WRLD's collaborative album ought to begin at No. 2. Click right here for the Streets Talkin 200 forecast.
eight. On the newest Chart Beat Podcast, Gary Trust and Trevor Anderson analyze how, in simply three years, pop has ceded the highlight to hip-hop atop the Hot 100. Plus, visitor Lil Jon reminisces about his 2003 crunk basic "Get Low." Click right here to hear.
9. Over on the Pop Shop Podcast, Keith Caulfield and Katie Atkinson welcome chart-toppers 5 Seconds of Summer to debate their largest hit but, "Youngblood," and the way it's conquering amongst quite a few hip-hop hits. Click right here to hear.
10. Luke Combs makes historical past on the Country Airplay chart, as he turns into the primary solo artist to ship 4 career-opening singles to No. 1, as "She Got the Best of Me" hits the summit. Click right here for particulars.
11. Calvin Harris and Sam Smith's "Promises" hits No. 1 on the Dance Club Songs chart, incomes Harris his sixth No. 1. Harris tells Streets Talkin that he's "over the moon" about his newest chief. Click right here for the story.
12. TobyMac earns his fifth No. 1 on the Top Christian Albums chart with The Elements. Click right here for the put up.
13. The numbers are in for Beyoncé and JAY-Z's On the Run II Tour, which completed with greater than $250 million earned. Click right here for extra particulars.