Lil Nas X’s breakout single is only the fourth most-played track on the streaming service. Here’s what beat it.
After 17 weeks on top, Lil Nas X has beaten out 'Despacito' and 'One Sweet Day' to hold the title.
Kris Wu shows us his rare car collection and brings us to the studio while he finishes his debut album, 'Antares,' in this installment of Noisey Raps.
Tune into episode 148 this Sunday at 11 AM EST/8AM PST and 11 PM EST/8 PM PST when nothing, nowhere., Oobah Butler, and Thouxanbanfauni join Noisey Radio on Beats 1.
The Bronx native is the first rapper to land her first three commercial tracks in the upper reaches of the charts, joining only Ashanti and the Beatles.
In both the US and UK they suffered identity crises, tweaking their rules in a bid to keep up with streaming.
We're talking about "All I Want For Christmas is You."
The late rapper reached the Billboard Hot 100 for the first time last week with "Awful Things," which Good Charlotte covered at his memorial.
It's a good day for America and the world.
The Mooch, the accumulated lives of 111 mayflies, a literal war.
Music kinda sucks now, but at least the Chainsmokers took an L.
Can the essence of popular music be boiled down into a simple, exploitable equation?