Hip Hop Single Sales: Drake, Desiigner & Beyoncé

New York City, NY - The Top 3 positions on the R&B/Hip Hop single sales chart again remains unchanged this week, with Drake (“One Dance”), Desiigner (“Panda”) and Beyoncé (“Sorry”) continuing to pull in strong sales figures. Elsewhere, Kent Jones’ single “Don’t Mind” steadily climbs up the chart and lastly, Drake’s “Controlla” breaks into the Top 10.

Drake Refuses To Budge From #1

Despite a 16% decrease in sales, Drake’s “One Dance” remains at #1 this week, selling 103,510 units during the seven days leading to June 2. Following its official release on to the charts nine weeks ago, the VIEWS single has moved a total of 1,098,300 copies.

Desiigner’s “Panda” Continues To Sell

Despite entering its eighteenth week on the chart, Desiigner’s “Panda” continues to pull in impressive sales figures. During the seven days leading to June 2, “Panda” sold 77,710 copies (a 14% decrease on the 90,459 units sold the week prior), taking its total sales since its official release to 973,025 copies.

Beyoncé’s “Sorry” Stays At #3

Beyoncé’s “Sorry” experienced a slight decrease in sales this week, selling 48,292 units during the seven days leading to June 2. The cut, which serves as the second single to the singer’s recently released album LEMONADE, has now sold 405,444 units since its official release on to the charts six weeks ago.

The Top 10 R&B/Hip Hop Single Sales For Week Ending 06/02/2016

#1. Drake f. Wizkid & Kyla – “One Dance” – 103,510 (1,098,300)

#2. Desiigner – “Panda” – 77,710 (973,025)

#3. Beyoncé – “Sorry” – 48,292 (405,444)

#4. Rihanna – “Needed Me” – 36,681 (399,783)

#5. Fat Joe & Remy Ma f. French Montana – “All The Way Up” – 36,182 (189,530)

#6. Beyoncé – “Formation” – 32,285 (468,810)

#7. Kent Jones – “Don’t Mind” – 29,963 (144,373)

#8. Drake f. Rihanna – “Too Good” – 27,815 (131,409)

#9. Beyoncé – “Hold Up” – 26,579 (380,502)

#10. Drake f. Popcaan – “Controlla” – 22,087 (96,537)

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

New York City, NY - The Top 3 positions on the R&B/Hip Hop single sales chart again remains unchanged this week, with Drake (“One Dance”), Desiigner (“Panda”) and Beyoncé (“Sorry”) continuing to pull in strong sales figures. Elsewhere, Kent Jones’ single “Don’t Mind” steadily climbs up the chart and lastly, Drake’s “Controlla” breaks into the Top 10.

Drake Refuses To Budge From #1

Despite a 16% decrease in sales, Drake’s “One Dance” remains at #1 this week, selling 103,510 units during the seven days leading to June 2. Following its official release on to the charts nine weeks ago, the VIEWS single has moved a total of 1,098,300 copies.

Desiigner’s “Panda” Continues To Sell

Despite entering its eighteenth week on the chart, Desiigner’s “Panda” continues to pull in impressive sales figures. During the seven days leading to June 2, “Panda” sold 77,710 copies (a 14% decrease on the 90,459 units sold the week prior), taking its total sales since its official release to 973,025 copies.

Beyoncé’s “Sorry” Stays At #3

Beyoncé’s “Sorry” experienced a slight decrease in sales this week, selling 48,292 units during the seven days leading to June 2. The cut, which serves as the second single to the singer’s recently released album LEMONADE, has now sold 405,444 units since its official release on to the charts six weeks ago.

The Top 10 R&B/Hip Hop Single Sales For Week Ending 06/02/2016

#1. Drake f. Wizkid & Kyla – “One Dance” – 103,510 (1,098,300)

#2. Desiigner – “Panda” – 77,710 (973,025)

#3. Beyoncé – “Sorry” – 48,292 (405,444)

#4. Rihanna – “Needed Me” – 36,681 (399,783)

#5. Fat Joe & Remy Ma f. French Montana – “All The Way Up” – 36,182 (189,530)

#6. Beyoncé – “Formation” – 32,285 (468,810)

#7. Kent Jones – “Don’t Mind” – 29,963 (144,373)

#8. Drake f. Rihanna – “Too Good” – 27,815 (131,409)

#9. Beyoncé – “Hold Up” – 26,579 (380,502)

#10. Drake f. Popcaan – “Controlla” – 22,087 (96,537)

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

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