Top Tracks: Future Has A Big Week With "NASA" & "Crushed Up"

Last week, Future gave us maybe the primary massive launch date announcement of 2018. The album’s title continues to be unknown, however it’s lower than two weeks away, arriving on January 18th. More importantly, so far as Top Tracks is anxious, that announcement was accompanied by the discharge of a brand new single entitled “Crushed Up.” Coupled with the unofficial leak of the French Montana-assisted observe “NASA” earlier within the week, this entailed a fairly large week for Fewtch. 

Along with Future, Layzie Bone is the one different artist who has two appearances inside the highest ten this week. New tracks barely lacking out on spots this week embody Skillz and Lil Duval’s “2018 Rap Up” (#11), Lil Pump’s “Butterfly Doors” (#12), Fetty Wap’s “Trippin Baby” (#13), and YBN Cordae’s “What’s Life” (#14). 


10. 8Ball & MJG – Take A Picture

Memphis legends 8Ball & MJG simply dropped a reside album known as Classic Pimpin, and included on there was one new minimize: “Take A Picture.” This one debuts at #10. 

9. R. Kelly – Born to My Music

Now that multi-part documentary Surviving R. Kelly has laid naked all the atrocities he is dedicated over the course of his wildly-successful profession, you’d assume most individuals would not exit of the best way to take heed to any of his music, not to mention new releases. However, they nonetheless do. His new single “Born to My Music” debuts at #9. 

eight. Ncredible Gang Feat. Ty Dolla $ign, Jacquees & Nick Cannon – Nobody Else

What a random trio! For his newest observe launched beneath the Ncredible Gang collective umbrella, Nick Cannon recruits R&B mainstays Ty Dolla $ign and Jacquees for some “Still Not a Player” interpolation. Entitled “Nobody Else,” this one debuts at #eight. 

7. Layzie Bone – Let Me Go Migo

Thanks to his ongoing beef with Migos, Layzie Bone enjoys a second consecutive uncommon look inside the highest ten, this time doubly so. The first of his two entries can also be the one repeat from final week’s chart. In its second week out, “Let Me Go Let Migo” is down six spots from #1 to #7. 

6. Fetty Wap – Trap God

Where has Fetty Wap been? The once-hot melodic rapper has as of but did not re-approach his 2015 heyday degree of fame, however he is off to an honest begin this 12 months. His second of two new tracks from final week, “Trap God,” debuts at #6. 

5. Uncle Murda – Rap Up 2018

Like he at all times does presently, NY veteran Uncle Murda delivered his prolonged “Rap Up” of the previous 12 months within the type of a nine-minute-long observe. His “Rap Up 2018” debuts at #5. 

four. Layzie Bone – Annihilation

Layzie Bone’s second entry on the chart this week can also be— get this— a Migos diss file. “Annihilation” additionally managed to rack up far more views than is common for Layzie at this level in his profession, however it nonetheless appears unlikely to garner an official response from Migos. “Annihilation” debuts at #four. 

three. Future – Crushed Up

As beforehand talked about, Future had fairly an eventful week, with a number of leaked tracks popping up, and rumor of a brand new album surfacing earlier than he bought forward of every little thing with this well-polished new observe. “Crushed Up” got here full with an icy video, so it is actual. This one debuts at #three. 

2. Chris Brown – Undecided

R. Kelly’s not sufficient, why not throw in one other accused abuser! Chris Brown charted his first solo observe in fairly a while final week, and judging by its efficiency, it looks like folks did not get sufficient of him on final 12 months’s 40+ track behemoth Heartbreak on a Full Moon. “Undecided” debuts at #2. 

1. Future Feat. French Montana – NASA

Before “Crushed Up” and the accompanying album announcement arrived, Future’s archive sprung some leaks, together with this French Montana-assisted observe “NASA.” It’s unclear when this was made, or if it is meant for the upcoming album, however one factor’s for positive: Future’s staff bought it offline in a short time. Nevertheless, “NASA” debuts at #1.