Hot 100 Chart Moves: Metro Boomin Debuts 7 Songs From ‘Not All Heroes Wear Capes’
Plus, “Wake Up in the Sky” & “Sunflower” rise, Camila Cabello debuts.
As Metro Boomin‘s new album Not All Heroes Wear Capes debuts as his first No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart (dated Nov. 17), with 99,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music, the producer sends seven songs from the set onto the Billboard Hot 100.
“Don’t Come Out the House,” featuring 21 Savage, starts the highest at No. 38, powered most heavily by 18 million U.S. streams, earning Metro Boomin his fourth top 40 hit. The seven debuts brings his total number of Hot 100 entries to 18, dating to his first, the No. 36-peaking “X,” with 21 Savage and featuring Future, in 2016.
Metro Boomin (born Leland Wayne) has charted highest on the Hot 100 with his Offset collab “Ric Falir Drip,” which hit No. 13 in March.
Here’s a look at all seven bows from Not All Heroes Wear Capes on the latest Hot 100:
No. 38, “Don’t Come Out the House,” feat. 21 Savage
No. 42, “10 Freaky Girls,” feat. 21 Savage
No. 51, “Space Cadet,” feat. Gunna
No. 62, “Overdue,” feat. Travis Scott
No. 72, “Dreamcatcher,” feat. Swae Lee & Travis Scott
No. 79, “No More,” feat. Travis Scott, Kodak Black & 21 Savage
No. 100, “Up to Something,” feat. Travis Scott & Young Thug
Travis Scott scores his 29th, 30th and 31st Hot 100 entries of 2018. So far this year, only Drake has landed more: 34.
As previously reported, Ariana Grande blasts onto the Hot 100 at No. 1 with “Thank U, Next,” her first leader on the list. Who else makes notable Hot 100 chart moves this week?
“Wake Up in the Sky,” Gucci Mane X Bruno Mars X Kodak Black
Following the Oct. 31 premiere of its official video, the triple team-up bounds 26-14 for a new high on the Hot 100. The track jumps 20-12 on the Streaming Songs chart, up 20 percent to 21.8 million U.S. streams in the week ending Nov. 8.
“Sky” also soars 39-31 on Radio Songs (34.7 million in all-format audience, up 14 percent) and 50-36 on Digital Song Sales (8,000 sold, up 38 percent).
“Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse),” Post Malone & Swae Lee
Perhaps more poignant upon the Nov. 12 passing of Spider-Man creator Stan Lee, the song rebounds 24-23 in its third week on the Hot 100, after debuting at No. 9. It gains in all metrics, bulleting at No. 16 on Streaming Songs (19.2 million, up 3 percent) and No. 24 on Digital Song Sales (10,000, up 6 percent) and debuting at No. 45 on Radio Songs (26.3 million, up 25 percent).
“Consequences,” Camila Cabello
The third radio single from Cabello’s debut album Camila enters at No. 97 on the Hot 100. On the Pop Songs airplay chart, the ballad rises 24-21, up 16 percent in plays.
“This is, no matter where you stand, a really tumultuous time for so many reasons,” WFLY (Fly 92.3) Albany, New York, program director Ally Reid recently mused on the Billboard Chart Beat Podcast. “For some people who look at radio as a respite from the day, [ballads] are very comforting. There could be, 100 percent, social elements that have people feeling these songs in a special way.”