Hot 100 Chart Moves: NF's 'Let You Down' Moves Up at Radio & Bazzi's 'Mine' Soars in Streaming

Sam Damsemek
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Plus, moves for Justin Timberlake, Chris Stapleton, Khalid, Rich The Kid & Lauv.

As previously reported, Drake's "God's Plan" rules the Billboard Hot 100 chart for a fourth week. Drake also adds his 23rd Hot 100 top 10, padding his mark for the most among rappers, as he debuts as featured on BlocBoy JB's introductory hit "Look Alive" at No. 6.

Plus, Kendrick Lamar and SZA's "All the Stars" soars from No. 31 to No. 9 as parent soundtrack Black Panther: The Album debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

Who else makes notable Hot 100 chart moves this week?

"Let You Down," NF
NF's first Hot 100 hit holds at its No. 12 high and reaches the top 10 on the Radio Songs chart, where it climbs 13-10, up 17 percent to 68 million in all-format audience in the week ending Feb. 18, according to Nielsen Music. The song surges 7-4 as the Greatest Gainer on the Pop Songs airplay chart.

"Mine," Bazzi
The pop singer-songwriter's first Hot 100 entry jumps 29-22 in just its fourth week on the chart. The track is being driven largely by streaming, as it enters the Streaming Songs top 10 (21 million U.S. streams, up 16 percent, in the week ending Feb. 15).

Airplay for the song is also building, as it pushes 37-27 on Rhythmic Songs, while bubbling under Pop Songs with early support from stations including WODS Boston (37 plays in the tracking week), KROI Houston (30) and KEGY San Diego (29).

"Say Something," Justin Timberlake feat. Chris Stapleton
The current pop radio single from Timberlake's new album Man of the Woods falls 17-31 in its third week on the Hot 100, after debuting at No. 9. Still, it's off to a strong start in airplay, debuting at No. 35 on Radio Songs (31 million, up 50 percent). It rises 16-14 on Adult Pop Songs, 19-18 on Adult Contemporary and 28-20 on Pop Songs.

"Young Dumb & Broke," Khalid
The track peaked at No. 18 on the Hot 100 in January and, as it lifts 35-32 in its 31st week, it debuts at last on Radio Songs, at No. 50 (22 million). The song spends its 25th consecutive week in the Hot 100's top 40.

"Broke" is still rising at pop radio, hitting a new high (18-17) on Pop Songs. It reached No. 4 on Rhythmic Songs in October. In between, Khalid raised his profile with two other Pop Songs hits: as featured on Logic's "1-800-273-8255" (also featuring Alessia Cara; No. 3, November) and Marshmello's "Silence" (No. 31, December).

"New Freezer" & "Plug Walk," Rich The Kid
As the rapper's first Hot 100 entry, "New Freezer," hits a new peak (60-53), he adds his second, as "Plug Walk" bows at No. 62. Both tracks concurrently debut on Streaming Songs: the former at No. 41 (12.4 million) and the latter at No. 48 (11.2 million).

"I Like Me Better," Lauv
Pop singer-songwriter Lauv (born Ari Leff) makes his Hot 100 debut as an artist at No. 96. The single rises 24-21 on Pop Songs.

Lauv first hit the Hot 100 as co-producer and co-writer of Cheat Codes' "No Promises" (featuring Demi Lovato), which rose to No. 38 in October.