Trip’s arrival coincides with the debut of its single “Taking a Walk” at No. 22 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. The entrance marks Redd’s highest-charting hit as a lead act; he’s only fared better through a feature on XXXTentacion’s “F**k Love,” which reached No. 18 in September 2017.
Solo Quavo Shows: Meanwhile, Quavo claims his first Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs entry without any other billed acts as “Workinme” debuts at No. 33, largely spurred by 8.5 million U.S. streams in the week.
The track, released Aug. 10, was one of three simultaneously released songs by the rapper as a “Huncho Bubba” single package, alongside “Bubblegum” and “Lambtalk.”
Though “Workinme” gives Quavo his first title alone, he’s hardly a stranger to the chart. The 27-year-old has logged 14 collaborations on the chart under his own name and another 42 as one-third of the rap group Migos.
J. Cole’s "Album of the Year": Plus, J. Cole locks down his 57th career entry on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs as “Album of the Year (Freestyle)” debuts at No. 44. On the tune, released Aug. 7, J. Cole raps over the instrumental to QB Finest, Nas and Bravehearts’ collaboration, “Oochie Wally,” which climbed to No. 11 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs in 2001.
“Album” starts largely thanks to its 7.9 million U.S. streams in the week. The tune also registered 6,000 downloads, enabling a No. 21 debut on R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales.
The freestyle is believed to be a preview track for an upcoming mixtape, likely titled The Off Season. At the end of the “Album” official music video, a text card reads,” The Off Season coming soon… All roads lead to The Fall Off.” The Fall Off is the expected sixth studio album from J. Cole, following K.O.D., released April 20. K.O.D. continued the rapper’s hitmaking streak as it debuted atop the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and all-genre Billboard 200.