New York City, NY – There are a number of changes to the R&B/Hip Hop single sales chart this week, with DJ Khaled dethroning Drake at #1 with his latest single “For Free,” which just so happens to feature Drizzy throughout. Elsewhere, Kent Jones’ single “Don’t Mind” continues to jump up the charts and lastly, Drake and Beyoncé both slip out of the Top 10 for their singles “Controlla” and “Hold Up” respectively.

DJ Khaled Debuts At #1

DJ Khaled’s “For Free,” the first single off his forthcoming album Major Key, debuts at #1 this week, selling 104,748 units during the seven days leading to June 9. The Miami-based artist and producer premiered the Drake-assisted song, which he has labeled “the record of the summer,” via Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show on Apple Music earlier this month.

Drake Forced To #2

Following the emergence of DJ Khaled’s aforementioned single “For Free,” Drake’s “One Dance,” which has sat atop of the chart for a number of weeks, falls to #2 this week. The cut, which features Wizkid and Kyla, sold 93,585 units during the seven days leading to June 9, taking its total sales since its official release to 1,191,885 copies.

Desiigner Slips To #3

After a long reign at #2, Desiigner’s “Panda” falls one place to #3 this week. During the seven days leading to June 9, the cut moved 68,578 units – a 12% decrease on the 77,710 copies it sold the week prior. Since its official release on to the R&B/Hip Hop single sales chart nineteen weeks ago, “Panda” has sold a total of 1,041,603 units.

The Top 10 R&B/Hip Hop Single Sales For Week Ending 06/09/2016

#1. DJ Khaled f. Drake – “For Free” – 104,748 (104,748)

#2. Drake f. Wizkid & Kyla – “One Dance” – 93,585 (1,191,885)

#3. Desiigner – “Panda” – 68,578 (1,041,603)

#4. Beyoncé – “Sorry” – 49,903 (455,347)

#5. Kent Jones – “Don’t Mind” – 41,434 (185,807)

#6. Rihanna – “Needed Me” – 36,261 (436,044)

#7. Beyoncé – “Formation” – 29,499 (498,309)

#8. Drake f. Rihanna – “Too Good” – 29,090 (160,499)

#9. Fat Joe & Remy Ma f. French Montana – “All The Way Up” – 28,161 (217,691)

#10. Rihanna & Mike WiLL Made-It – “Nothing Is Promised” – 27,797 (27,797)

To view last week’s Hip Hop Single Sales chart report, click here.

New York City, NY – There are a number of changes to the R&B/Hip Hop single sales chart this week, with DJ Khaled dethroning Drake at #1 with his latest single “For Free,” which just so happens to feature Drizzy throughout. Elsewhere, Kent Jones’ single “Don’t Mind” continues to jump up the charts and lastly, Drake and Beyoncé both slip out of the Top 10 for their singles “Controlla” and “Hold Up” respectively.

DJ Khaled Debuts At #1

DJ Khaled’s “For Free,” the first single off his forthcoming album Major Key, debuts at #1 this week, selling 104,748 units during the seven days leading to June 9. The Miami-based artist and producer premiered the Drake-assisted song, which he has labeled “the record of the summer,” via Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show on Apple Music earlier this month.

Drake Forced To #2

Following the emergence of DJ Khaled’s aforementioned single “For Free,” Drake’s “One Dance,” which has sat atop of the chart for a number of weeks, falls to #2 this week. The cut, which features Wizkid and Kyla, sold 93,585 units during the seven days leading to June 9, taking its total sales since its official release to 1,191,885 copies.

Desiigner Slips To #3

After a long reign at #2, Desiigner’s “Panda” falls one place to #3 this week. During the seven days leading to June 9, the cut moved 68,578 units – a 12% decrease on the 77,710 copies it sold the week prior. Since its official release on to the R&B/Hip Hop single sales chart nineteen weeks ago, “Panda” has sold a total of 1,041,603 units.

The Top 10 R&B/Hip Hop Single Sales For Week Ending 06/09/2016

#1. DJ Khaled f. Drake – “For Free” – 104,748 (104,748)

#2. Drake f. Wizkid & Kyla – “One Dance” – 93,585 (1,191,885)

#3. Desiigner – “Panda” – 68,578 (1,041,603)

#4. Beyoncé – “Sorry” – 49,903 (455,347)

#5. Kent Jones – “Don’t Mind” – 41,434 (185,807)

#6. Rihanna – “Needed Me” – 36,261 (436,044)

#7. Beyoncé – “Formation” – 29,499 (498,309)

#8. Drake f. Rihanna – “Too Good” – 29,090 (160,499)

#9. Fat Joe & Remy Ma f. French Montana – “All The Way Up” – 28,161 (217,691)

#10. Rihanna & Mike WiLL Made-It – “Nothing Is Promised” – 27,797 (27,797)

To view last week’s Hip Hop Single Sales chart report, click here.

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