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All 17 Songs From Post Malone’s ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’ Album Chart on Billboard Hot 100

As Post Malone scores a massive week on Billboard's charts, all 17 tracks from his new LP Hollywood's Bleeding land on the Billboard Hot 100 (dated Sept. 21).

As Post Malone scores a massive week on Billboard‘s charts, all 17 tracks from his new LP Hollywood’s Bleeding land on the Billboard Hot 100 (dated Sept. 21).

Hollywood’s Bleeding opens at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart with 489,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music, marking the second-biggest one-week consumption total of 2019 and the biggest streaming week of the year.

While four songs continue their Hot 100 runs, 13 debut, upping Malone’s total to 44 career entries (notably, matching the totals of J. Cole, Pitbull, Ricky Nelson and Frank Sinatra).

Here’s a look at all 17 of Post Malone’s songs on the latest Hot 100. All are debuts except where noted:

Rank, Title
No. 3, “Goodbyes,” feat. Young Thug (up from No. 10; returns to peak)
No. 4, “Circles” (up from No. 7; new peak)
No. 8, “Take What You Want,” feat. Ozzy Osbourne & Travis Scott
No. 10, “Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse),” with Swae Lee (up from No. 14; hit No. 1, for one week, in January)
No. 15, “Hollywood’s Bleeding”
No. 16, “Enemies,” feat. DaBaby
No. 17, “Wow.” (up from No. 27; hit No. 2 in April)
No. 18, “Saint-Tropez”
No. 20, “Die for Me,” feat. Future & Halsey
No. 22, “On the Road,” feat. Meek Mill & Lil Baby
No. 29, “A Thousand Bad Times”
No. 33, “I’m Gonna Be”
No. 34, “Staring at the Sun,” feat. SZA
No. 37, “Allergic”
No. 52, “Myself”
No. 53, “I Know”
No. 58, “Internet”


With his 13 debuts, Post Malone has now charted 19 total entries on the Hot 100 this year, the most among all acts. Swift follows with 18, then Ariana Grande (16) and Drake and Billie Eilish (15 each).

Meanwhile, Malone lands four concurrent songs in the Hot 100’s top 10, a feat achieved previously only by 50 Cent, The Beatles, Drake, Lil Wayne and T-Pain. Drake holds the record for the most simultaneous top 10s, seven, on July 14, 2018.

Plus, with his feature on “Take What You Want,” Ozzy Osbourne earns his second trip to the Hot 100’s top tier and breaks the record for the longest break between top 10s: 30 years and three months between “Take What You Want” and “Close My Eyes Forever,” with Lita Ford, in June 1989.