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Pop Smoke & 808MeloBeats Rule Hot 100 Songwriters & Producers Charts

Pop Smoke and 808MeloBeats debut at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 Songwriters and Hot 100 Producers charts (dated July 18), respectively, powered by the former’s posthumous full-length, Shoot for the Moon Aim for the Stars.

The album arrives at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 251,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data, marking the sixth-largest week so far in 2020.

Pop Smoke rules Hot 100 Songwriters on the strength of 19 songwriting credits on the latest Billboard Hot 100, all from the album, led by “For the Night,” which launches at No. 6. Here’s a rundown:

Rank, Title (songwriters in addition to Pop Smoke)
No. 6, “For the Night,” feat. Lil Baby and DaBaby (CashMoneyAP, Palaze, Daniel Moras, Lil Baby, DaBaby)
No. 11, “The Woo,” feat. 50 Cent and Roddy Ricch (808MeloBeats, Andrew Loffa, Billy Jones, Karriem Mack, Jess Jackson, 50 Cent, Roddy Ricch)
No. 22, “Dior” (808MeloBeats)
No. 31, “Got It on Me” (Young Devante, 50 Cent, Darrell Branch, Freddie Perren, Luis Resto, Keni St. Lewis)
No. 34, “Aim for the Moon,” feat. Quavo (WondaGurl, Quavo, Dez Washington, 5ive Beatz, 808MeloBeats, Tyy Beats, Daniel Deleyto)
No. 37, “Gangstas” (Swirv, CashMoneyAP)
No. 39, “44 Bulldog” (MobzBeatz, MoraBeats)
No. 41, “Something Special” (Lionel Richie, Ronald LaPread, Tim Kelly, Tamia, Duro, DJ Clue, John Jackson)
No. 43, “Yea Yea” (Hakz Beats, SephGotTheWaves)
No. 44, “Mood Swings,” feat. Lil Tjay (Lil Tjay, Dizzy Banko, The Beat Menace)
No. 49, “Make It Rain,” feat. Rowdy Rebel (Rowdy Rebel, Yamaica)
No. 52, “What You Know Bout Love” (IamTash, Troy Oliver, Ginuwine)
No. 54, “Snitchin,” feat. Quavo and Future (BuddahBless, Seth the Chef, Quavo, Future)
No. 55, “Bad Bitch From Tokyo (Intro)” (808MeloBeats, WondaGurl)
No. 56, “Enjoy Yourself,” feat. Karol G (Palaze, Luci G, Karol G, Rico Love, French Montana, Pierre Medor)
No. 57, “Creature,” feat. Swae Lee (Swae Lee, 808MeloBeats, Swirv, Steven Victor, Ryan Press, Jerome Eversley)
No. 65, “West Coast Shit,” feat. Tyga and Quavo (Mustard, Bongo, Tyga, Quavo)
No. 76, “Diana,” feat. King Combs (Anthony Blagmon, King Combs, Static Major, Timbaland, Pierre Richard Rene Jr.)
No. 79, “Tunnel Vision (Outro)” (Carson Hackney, Nagra)

Notably, “Something Special” samples Tamia’s “So Into You,” a No. 30 Hot 100 hit in 1998 that itself samples the Commodores’ 1978 song “Say Yeah.” Plus, “What You Know Bout Love” samples Ginuwine’s “Differences,” which rose to No. 4 on the Hot 100 in 2001.

808MeloBeats (real name: Andre Loblack) concurrently opens atop the Hot 100 Producers chart, thanks to six production credits on the Hot 100, all from Pop Smoke’s Shoot for the Moon Aim for the Stars. “The Woo,” which 808MeloBeats solely produced, leads his haul at No. 11.

Here’s a look at all six of 808MeloBeats’ production credits on the Hot 100, with co-producers in parentheses:

Rank, Title (producers in addition to 808MeloBeats)
No. 11, “The Woo,” feat. 50 Cent and Roddy Ricch
No. 22, “Dior”
No. 34, “Aim for the Moon,” feat. Quavo (WondaGurl, 5ive Beatz, Tyy Beats, Dez Washington Daniel Deleyto)
No. 55, “Bad Bitch From Tokyo (Intro)” (WondaGurl)
No. 57, “Creature,” feat. Swae Lee
No. 79, “Tunnel Vision (Outro)” (Carson Hackney, Nagra)

The weekly Hot 100 Songwriters and Hot 100 Producers charts are based on total points accrued by a songwriter and producer, respectively, for each attributed song that appears on the Hot 100; plus, genre-based songwriter and producer charts follow the same methodology based on corresponding “Hot”-named genre charts. As with Billboard’s yearly recaps, multiple writers or producers split points for each song equally (and the dividing of points will lead to occasional ties on rankings).

The full Hot 100 Songwriters and Hot 100 Producers charts, in addition to the full genre rankings, can be found on Billboard.com.

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