Hot 100: Future & The Weeknd’s “Low Life” Joins Top 30; Chainsmokers & Daya, Brett Eldredge Top 40

Future’s “Low Life (featuring The Weeknd)” continues to move higher on the Billboard Hot 100.

Up six places, the song takes #29 on this week’s edition of the all-encompassing chart.

While it rises on the overall chart, it actually slips to #23 on the Streaming Songs subchart and holds steady at #47 on the Digital Songs subchart. It makes gains in the radio world, but it is not yet charting on the 50-track Radio Songs listing.

Also on the move this week: The Chainsmokers’ “Don’t Let Me Down (featuring Daya)” and Brett Eldredge’s “Drunk On Your Love.” Both songs crack the Top 40.

“Don’t Let Me Down” jumps twenty three places to #31 on the Hot 100. It concurrently moves to #28 on Digital Songs and #36 on Streaming Songs.

“Drunk On Your Love” rises four places to #40 on the Hot 100 in conjunction with what will likely represent its peak week at country radio. It is up to #18 on the all-genre Radio Songs chart but actually down to #39 on Digital Songs.

Written by Brian Cantor

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