6ix9ine & Bobby Shmurda’s “STOOPID” Debuts At #25 On Billboard Hot 100 Chart

“STOOPID” lands in the uppermost quarter of this week’s Billboard Hot 100.

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6ix9ine’s new song “STOOPID (featuring Bobby Shmurda)” predictably debuts well on this week’s edition of the Billboard Hot 100.

“STOOPID” takes #25 on the chart, which ranks songs from all genres based on sales, streams and radio airplay.

Although “STOOPID” made its biggest mark on the streaming front, it still posted solid sales numbers.

The song takes #11 on the Streaming Songs subchart and #17 on Digital Song Sales. Radio was not a meaningful factor this week.

“STOOPID” follows “Gummo” and “FEFE” in becoming 6ix9ine’s third Top 25 hit on the Hot 100.

Written by Brian Cantor

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