New York, N.Y. -- This week on
' “No Lie” retains top billing, but
's “Put It Down” cedes its position as runner-up to
's “Goldie” (a Rap Chart graduate).
's “Don't Wake Me Up” is the sole new feature to earn a spot on the chart, debuting in second.
, the ascent of
's “Amazing” and
's “Daughters” to our Top Hip Hop and R&B Chart clears the way for
's “We in This B*tch 1.5” and
's “Like That” to claim the top two. Also new this week are records by
's “Hurt Me Tomorrow” makes the jump to our Top Hip Hop and R&B chart, clearing the way for the runner-up,
's “Where Have You Been,” to take its place.
's “Scream” climbs from seventh to take second. New features by
and others debut in this week's chart.
On the DJBooth's
's "Illuminate" and
's "Neva Give a F**k," drop to fourth and fifth this week, clearing the way for
's "We Ain't Them" and
' "Monte Carlo" to debut in the top two. All in all, 11 new features earn spots in the lineup, including a Booth-exclusive
("Go to Sleep," in 15th).