Numerous Tracks From Meek Mill’s “Championships” Make Billboard Hot 100 Chart

Various Meek Mill songs debut on this week’s Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Meek Mill on Fallon | Andrew Lipovsky/NBC

Although Billboard has not yet formally confirmed the news, Meek Mill’s “Championships” will indeed be #1 on this week’s Billboard 200 album consumption chart.

Several tracks from the album, meanwhile, appear on the Billboard Hot 100.

As previously reported, “Going Bad (featuring Drake)” starts at #6 on the all-genre chart.

Other debuts from the album include “What’s Free (featuring Rick Ross & Jay-Z)” at #20, “On Me (featuring Cardi B)” at #30, “Uptown Vibes (featuring Fabolous & Anuel AA)” at #39, “24/7 (featuring Ella Mai)” at #54, “Intro” at #55, “Respect The Game” at #57, “Trauma” at #61, “Championships” at #70, “Tic Tac Toe (featuring Kodak Black)” at #72, “Almost Slipped” at #73, “Splash Warning (featuring Future, Roddy Ricch & Young Thug)” at #77, “Pay You Back (featuring 21 Savage)” at #78, and “Oodles o Noodles Babies” at #85.

Radio single “Dangerous (featuring Jeremih & PnB Rock),” which had already made the chart, improves to a new peak of #31.

Written by Brian Cantor

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