Chloe x Halle Earn First Ever Hot 100 Entry with ‘Do It’

Published: Tuesday 23rd Jun 2020 by Rashad

Good things come to those who wait; just ask Chloe x Halle.

7 years after unveiling their debut EP, ‘Uncovered,’ the superstar sister set’s discovered their name’s finally been printed inside the Billboard Hot 100 thanks to ‘Do It’ – the lead single from their sophomore album, ‘Ungodly Hour.’

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As we reported here, the Parkwood-pushed project premiered at #16 on this week’s Billboard 200 – making it their highest placement to date on the tally.  Mirroring its success, the Victoria Monét-penned ‘Do It’ – which easily ranks as one of the pair’s most radio-friendly offerings – enters the refreshed Hot 100 and comes as their peak on that chart as well.

Landing at #83, the appearance makes it the duo’s inaugural and highest entry on this chart to date.

With critical acclaim pouring in for ‘Do’ and its sister content on ‘Ungodly Hour,’ we wouldn’t be surprised if it continued to rise on next week’s Hot 100.

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  1. Keith June 23, 2020

    Congrats on the much deserved (and more) success!!

  2. BIGGESTAALIYAHFAN June 23, 2020

    Well deserved. They’re great artists. It’s fast become one of my favorite songs this year.

  3. Trose June 23, 2020

    Finally!!!!! This song deserves top 20 success literally the song of the summer maybe a remix with a big rapper will help it but they came HARD with this one “taking pictures make sure u can’t see no lace!” Uggh I want this song to blow up

    • DC3 FOREVER June 23, 2020

      This is a good song

  4. Queen Missy June 23, 2020

    The entire album is fire.

  5. Dwight D June 23, 2020

    I said it once, I’ve said it 1000 times “Do it” needs a remix with a rap feature and it will do well

    • Pat June 23, 2020

      Yep

  6. XYZ June 23, 2020

    “7 years after unveiling their debut EP, ‘Uncovered,’ the superstar sister set’s discovered their name’s finally been printed inside the Billboard Hot 100”

    The shade. That was tacky, grapejuice

  7. High Price June 23, 2020

    The song slaps for real! I could see a song like this going number one. People will remember it too.

  8. Hmmm… June 23, 2020

    Good, they deserve so much more recognition. I just saw them sing it on Genius, they are so talented. On another note, why does it seem like Victoria can write for everybody but herself. She’s like a less successful Keri Hilson.

  9. You’ll Gag June 23, 2020

    Wow that’s it?? Such a good song and the video is great! Hope it keeps rising

  10. Only Facts June 23, 2020

    I’m a Beyoncé fan, but she isn’t doing right by these talented queens. They should be performing on every late show (virtually), we should see ads everywhere, and their songs should be added to more than just r&b playlists.

    • I can’t June 23, 2020

      @Only Facts They should up the ante on their promo, but at the same time, EVERY time you see their names you see, “Beyoncé’s artists this… Beyoncé’s artists that…”. I think it’s important for them to organically work their way to the top, which they’re more than capable of. They shouldn’t rely on Beyoncé’s power too much to get them out there. And as far as them performing goes, you don’t know whose decision that is, because the girls have said that Beyoncé let’s them have a lot of control and that she teaches them how to be in charge of their careers (like Beyoncé is with hers). They need to make a name for themselves. And it’s not like they haven’t been getting help. They had no hits and were performing at the super bowl, Beyoncé was sending them girls to collect her awards at all the award shows she didn’t go to 😭, and they said that when they were accepting an award for Beyoncé one time, that was when the producer of grownish knew he wanted them to be on the show. That shows you the opportunities they’ve gotten just by being with her. And if you watch their interviews, they have CLEARLY been media trained. Again, more promo ain’t never hurt nobody, so I agree, but not doing right? False. I think Beyoncé is doing an excellent job at making sure they don’t burn out too fast or lose autonomy over their art, or get exposed to the ugly side of the industry before they’re ready. She’s been through it as a child herself. She’s knows what she’s doing.

      • Majestickennethman June 23, 2020

        What a great, insightful, and respectful response that many commenters should learn from. Thanks for your perspective and please continue to express your opinions!

  11. AnonymousTruth June 24, 2020

    This song is so fire and I’m surprised it hasn’t debuted higher! It’s very popular. I hope this continues to rise.

  12. Detruth June 24, 2020

    So is it #16 or #83 on billboard? Somebody clarify for me? Lol

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