All 19 Songs From Pop Smoke's New LP Chart on Billboard Hot 100

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"For the Night" launches as the late rapper's first top 10.

As Pop Smoke's posthumous debut LP Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon arrives as his first No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart (dated July 18) with 251,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data, all 19 of the set's tracks land on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart.

"For the Night," featuring Lil Baby and DaBaby, leads his haul by debuting at No. 6, marking Pop Smoke's first Hot 100 top 10.

Of the 19 songs, 17 debut, as "Dior" surges to a new peak at No. 22 and "Make It Rain," featuring Rowdy Rebel, re-enters at a new No. 49 best.

Here's a look at all 19 of Pop Smoke's songs on the latest Hot 100 (all are debuts except where noted):

Rank, Title
No. 6, "For the Night," featuring Lil Baby and DaBaby
No. 11, "The Woo," featuring 50 Cent and Roddy Ricch
No. 22, "Dior" (new peak; up from No. 44)
No. 31, "Got It on Me"
No. 34, "Aim for the Moon," featuring Quavo
No. 37, "Gangstas"
No. 39, "44 Bulldog"
No. 41, "Something Special"
No. 43, "Yea Yea"
No. 44, "Mood Swings," featuring Lil Tjay
No. 49, "Make It Rain," featuring Rowdy Rebel (new peak; re-entry)
No. 52, "What You Know Bout Love"
No. 54, "Snitchin," featuring Quavo and Future
No. 55, "Bad Bitch From Tokyo (Intro)"
No. 56, "Enjoy Yourself," featuring Karol G
No. 57, "Creature," featuring Swae Lee
No. 65, "West Coast Shit," featuring Tyga and Quavo
No. 76, "Diana," featuring King Combs
No. 79, "Tunnel Vision (Outro)"

With 19 concurrent entries on the Hot 100, Pop Smoke now holds the record for the most simultaneous entries on the Hot 100 posthumously. XXXTentacion and Mac Miller both landed 10 songs on the chart simultaneously after they died.

Pop Smoke has now charted 22 songs on the Hot 100 in 2020, the fourth-most among all artists, after Lil Uzi Vert (36), Lil Baby (30) and DaBaby (27).

Notably, King Combs earns his first career entry on the Hot 100, thanks to his feature on "Diana," at No. 76. Combs is the son of P. Diddy.

The news of Pop Smoke's latest chart successes follows the July 9 arrests of five people in connection with his Feb. 19 murder. The Brooklyn artist (real name: Bashar Barakah Jackson) died, at age 20, at his Hollywood Hills home of a gunshot wound after suspects with masks entered the residence and shot him.

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