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Hip Hop Single sales: Rihanna, G-Eazy & Wiz Khalifa





This week on the R&B/Hip Hop single earnings chart, Rihanna's newest single "Work" takes the excellent spot, knocking G-Eazy's "Me, Myself & I" down to #2. in other places this week, Wiz Khalifa's latest single, "Bake Sale" with Travi$ Scott, comes in at #three and finally, Drake's "Hotline Bling" falls from #four to #8 following a 27% lower in revenue.
Rihanna Takes #1 Spot
Rihanna's "Work," the lead single off the singer's these days released ANTI album, lands at #1 on the R&B/Hip Hop single revenue chart this week. the single, which elements Drake, sold 126,a hundred and five devices during the seven days resulting in January 28.
G-Eazy Slips To #2
despite an eight% increase in earnings, G-Eazy's "Me, Myself & I" slips to #2 this week because of the prior to now mentioned storm in revenue by Rihanna. then again, the only nevertheless offered an extraordinary sixty four,815 units throughout the seven days leading to January 28, taking its total earnings due to the fact its respectable release to 459,122 copies.
Wiz Khalfia's "Bake Sale" comes in At #3
Wiz Khalifa lands at #3 this week for his most up-to-date Travi$ Scott-assisted single, "Bake Sale." The reduce, which is produced by TM88, Juicy J, Lex Luger, DJ Spinz, and crazy Mike, sold 42,683 units right through the seven days leading to January 28 and lines on Wiz's these days released album, KHALIFA.
The exact 10 R&B/Hip Hop Single earnings For Week Ending 01/28/2016
#1. Rihanna f. Drake – "Work" – 126,one hundred and five (126,105)
#2. G-Eazy – "Me, Myself & I" – 64,815 (459,122)
#three. Wiz Khalifa f. Travi$ Scott – "Bake Sale" – 42,683 (forty two,683)
#4. Alessia Cara – "right here" – 31,296 (1,075,631)
#5. The Weeknd – "in the evening" – 29,086 (465,524)
#6. put up Malone – "White Iverson" – 25,401 (674,107)
#7. Drake & Future – "Jumpman"  – 24,283 (707,408)
#eight. Drake – "Hotline Bling (Cha Cha Remix)" – 24,186 (2,042,seven hundred)
#9. Travi$ Scott – "Antidote" – 23,941 (582,082)
#10. Yo Gotti – "Down within the DM" – 23,131 (one hundred eighty,187)
To view closing week's Hip Hop Single earnings chart record, click here.

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