Tyrese's 'Shame' Tops Adult R&B Songs
Meanwhile, Future debuts multiple tracks on Hot R&B/Songs and Silento tops Hot Rap Songs.
“Shame” is his first No. 1 since “Stay” spent 11 crowning weeks in 2011 and comes 12 years after the singer/actor first led the list, when “How You Gonna Act Like That” had a four-week No. 1 run in 2003.
“Shame’s” parent album, Black Rose, sits atop R&B Albums for a second week (47,000 sold in the week ending July 23; down 37 percent), following its No. 1 debut.
Bright Future on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs: Elsewhere, the No. 1 arrival of Future’s DS2 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and the Billboard 200 causes four of its album tracks to enter Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. The parade is led by the set’s second single, “Where Ya At,” featuring Drake, at No. 20. Digital sales fuel the entrance, logging 37,000 downloads in its first week. The arrival is followed by “Blow A Bag” (No. 26), “Trap N****s” (No. 29) and “Real Sisters” (No. 33). Meanwhile, the album’s “Commas” dips 20-21 in its 20th week, after peaking at No. 14 on the chart dated June 27.
Silento Silences Wiz Khalifa’s No. 1 Run: Over on Hot Rap Songs, Silento rises 2-1 with “Watch Me,” ending Wiz Khalifa’s 15-week chart-topping run with “See You Again,” featuring Charlie Puth. A seven percent increase in streams, to 18.2 million, supports the climb -- while it concurrently steps 2-1 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Streaming Songs.