Hot 100: Bryson Tiller Enters Top 40; Young Thug, Brothers Osborne, Chris Brown Top 50

Bryson Tiller [RCA Official]

Bryson Tiller, whose breakthrough hit “Don’t” is #15 on this week’s Hot 100, also has a second song inside the chart’s Top 40.

Up five places, his “Exchange” rises to #39 on Billboard’s all-encompassing listing.

In conjunction with its Hot 100 position, “Exchange” improves to #16 on the Streaming Songs subchart.

“Exchange” is the only new Top 40 addition. Three songs, meanwhile, vault into the Top 50.

Leading the charge is Young Thug’s “Best Friend,” which climbs seven places to #45. It also improves to #35 on Streaming Songs.

Brothers Osborne’s “Stay A Little Longer” follows at #46 on the overall Hot 100. It also improves to #17 on the Radio Songs subchart.

Up two places, Chris Brown’s “Back To Sleep” earns #49 on the weekly Hot 100. It also debuts at #44 on Radio Songs.


Written by Dolph Malone

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