Megan Thee Stallion‘s ‘Cobra‘ is sinking its teeth into the Hot 100 in a big way.
Peruse of the updated Hot 100 sees Megan Thee Stallion printed at #32 with her controversial new hit ‘Cobra.’ Here are the numbers that powered the placement.
- Streaming ≈ 11.8 million U.S.-based streams
- Sales ≈ 5,500 digital downloads
- Radio airplay ≈ 800 audience impressions
The #32 entry not only marks her 16th overall top 40 smash but also shines as the highest-charting solo hit she’s had since ‘Plan B‘ peaked at #29 on the hitlist.
Faring even better on the Urban side of Billboard, ‘Cobra’ slithered to #1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales and Rap Digital Song Sales lists respectively.
Thanks to its commercial performance on those tallies, the Bankroll Got It-produced song entered the all-genre chart as the highest debut among all female-led songs. The only new songs to premiere higher were Jung Kook‘s ‘Standing Next To You’ (#5) and ‘Now and Then’ by The Beatles (#7).
Click here to see who else had a great week on the Hot 100 courtesy of our weekly recap TGJ Chart Check.