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Meek Mill Charts 15 Songs From ‘Championships’ on Billboard Hot 100

As Meek Mill celebrates his second No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart (dated Dec. 15), as Championships opens with 229,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music, the MC lands 15…

As Meek Mill celebrates his second No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart (dated Dec. 15) — thanks to Championships opening with 229,000 equivalent album units — according to Nielsen Music, the MC lands 15 songs from the set (and 16 in all) on the latest Billboard Hot 100.

“Going Bad,” featuring Drake, leads the way at No. 6, earning Meek his first top 10. Drake tallies his 33rd top 10, extending his record for the most among male soloists. Among all acts, Drake trails only Madonna, with 38, and The Beatles, with 34.


“What’s Free,” featuring Rick Ross and JAY-Z, debuts second-highest from Championships, at No. 20. The track, along with “Bad,” earns Meek his first and second top 20 hits.

Meek Mill charts one other song on the Hot 100 apart from Championships: Lil Baby’s “Time,” featuring Mill, debuts at No. 62. The track appears on Lil Baby’s new LP Street Gossip, which debuts at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 (88,000 units). Lil Baby also has a big week on the Hot 100, charting nine tracks.

Here is a look at all 16 of Meek Mill’s songs on the new, Dec. 15-dated Hot 100. All are debuts except “Dangerous” (No. 31):

Hot 100 Rank, Title
No. 6, “Going Bad,” feat. Drake
No. 20, “What’s Free,” feat. Rick Ross & JAY-Z
No. 30, “On Me,” feat. Cardi B
No. 31, “Dangerous,” feat. Jeremih & PnB Rock (up from No. 48)
No. 39, “Uptown Vibes,” feat. Fabolous & Anuel AA
No. 54, “24/7,” feat. Ella Mai
No. 55, “Intro”
No. 57, “Respect the Game”
No. 61, “Trauma”
No. 62, “Time” (Lil Baby feat. Meek Mill)
No. 70, “Championships”
No. 72, “Tic Tac Toe,” feat. Kodak Black
No. 73, “Almost Slipped”
No. 77, “Splash Warning,” feat. Future, Roddy Ricch & Young Thug
No. 78, “Pay You Back,” feat. 21 Savage
No. 85, “Oodles O’ Noodles Babies”


The featured artists on Championships also make notable visits to the Hot 100. “What’s Free” earns JAY-Z his 99th total entry and 50th top 40 hit. He becomes the eighth artist to reach at least 50 top 40 titles, tying The Beatles and Rihanna’s sums, and is one appearance from becoming the sixth act with at least 100 entries overall, after the Glee Cast (207), Drake (now up to 192, the most among soloists), Lil Wayne (161), Elvis Presley (108) and Nicki Minaj (102, the most among women; she bows at No. 60 with “Good Form,” featuring Lil Wayne).

“On Me” earns Cardi B her 24th Hot 100 entry in 2018, tying Lil Wayne for third-most, behind Drake (35) and Travis Scott (31).

“Uptown Vibes” gives Fabolous his first Hot 100 entry since 2013’s “Ready” (featuring Chris Brown), which peaked at No. 93. At No. 39, the new track is his highest-charting since 2010’s Trey Songz’s No. 9-peaking “Say Aah,” on which he’s featured.

Plus, “Splash Warning” brings Roddy Ricch his first Hot 100 ink. The Compton rapper has appeared on a Billboard chart with one prior title: his debut set Feed the Streets II reached No. 68 on the Billboard 200 dated Nov. 17.