The week's most popular current songs across all genres, ranked by radio airplay audience impressions as measured by Nielsen BDS, sales data as compiled by Nielsen SoundScan and streaming activity data from online music sources tracked by Nielsen BDS. Songs are defined as current if they are newly-released titles. 16 Apr Drake's domination atop the Billboard Hot chart continues, but with a different song this week, as new single "Nice for What" debuts at No. 1, stopping the command of his own "God's Plan" after 11 weeks on top. Meanwhile, Cardi B, Bad Bunny and J Balvin blast in with a No. 8 Hot debut for "I Like It. 9 Apr Drake's "God's Plan" rules the Billboard Hot chart for an 11th week, marking his longest-leading No. 1 (of four). It passes the week reign of his smash "One Dance," featuring WizKid and Kyla. Plus, The Weeknd blasts onto the Hot at No. 4 with "Call Out My Name," and Migos hit the top
2 Apr Drake becomes the first male soloist to have tallied two week No. 1s on the Billboard Hot chart in a lead role, as "God's Plan" reigns for a 10th week ( encompassing its entire run on the survey so far). The star's "One Dance," featuring WizKid and Kyla, ruled for 10 weeks in "God's Plan. Hot · Billboard · Artist · Greatest of All Time · Year-End · Holiday · Pop · R&B/Hip-Hop · Latin · Dance/Electronic · Country · Rock · Web · Breaking and Entering · Christian/Gospel · International · News · Festivals · Pride · R&B/Hip-Hop · Dance · Pop · Style · Country · Latin · Rock · Broadway · International · K-. Artist View Details. The weekly artist chart ranks the top artists. How it works. May 5, Search the Chart Archives. Try entering a birthday or anniversary. Archive Search. GO. 1 Last Week:
13 Apr Drake could dethrone himself at No. 1 on next week's Billboard Hot chart ( dated April 21), as new single "Nice for What" will debut and challenge his own " God's Plan" -- which has reigned for 11 weeks -- for the top spot. Let's look at the potential stats for both songs, released on Young Money/Cash. The Billboard Hot is the music industry standard record chart in the United States for singles, published weekly by Billboard magazine. Chart rankings are based on sales (physical and digital), radio play, and online streaming. The weekly sales period was originally Monday to Sunday, when Nielsen started tracking.