Roddy Ricch’s victory run doesn’t seem to be stopping anytime soon. For the 10th week, Ricch’s omnipresent track “The Box” has continued to hold its place at the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. This marks the first time a track has reigned for ten or more weeks since Lil Nas X’s historic run with “Old Town Road,” which held the spot for 17 weeks last year.
“The Box” is still seeing large streaming numbers, maintaining itself as the most-streamed song for its 11th consecutive week with 45.1 million U.S. streams last week. Even with stiff competition from Lil Uzi Vert’s hit-laced Eternal Atake — which hosts top 10 singles “Baby Pluto” at No. 6, “Lo Mein “ at No. 8, and “Silly Watch” at No. 9 — Ricch’s track has managed to maintain its momentum.
Future’s “Life is Good” featuring Drake fell to No. 3 this week after spending eight weeks at the No. 2 spot. With anticipation peaking for The Weeknd’s forthcoming After Hours album, his previously-released “Blinding Lights” jumped from No. 7 to No. 4. Post Malone rounds out the top five with “Circles,” which dropped from No. 4 to No. 5 this week.
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