The late Mac Miller earns his to start with major 10 success on Billboard’s Sizzling R&B/Hip-Hop Tracks chart as “Good News” debuts at No. 10 on the checklist dated Jan. 25.
“News” also starts off with a No. 4 entrance on the R&B/Hip-Hop Streaming Tunes chart through 22.9 million U.S. on-desire streams in the 7 days ending Jan. 16, in accordance to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. It concurrently kicks off at No. 6 on the R&B/Hop Digital Music Profits chart thanks to its 8,000 downloads sold in identical tracking time period.
The single arrived Jan. 10, one 7 days before Circles, the rapper’s initial posthumous album, was launched. Miller, born Malcolm McCormick, died of an accidental overdose of fentanyl, cocaine and alcoholic beverages in his Studio Metropolis, CA, property at age 26 in September 2018. His dying transpired just times before the launch of Swimming, the rapper’s final album produced during his life time.
Miller’s dad and mom introduced Circles on Jan. 8 by a submit on the late rapper’s Instagram page, calling it a “companion album” to Swimming and praised producer Jon Brion, who contributed to Swimming, who “dedicated himself to finishing Circles dependent on his time and conversations with Malcolm.”
Prior to “News,” Miller’s very best exhibiting on the Very hot R&B/Hip-Hop Music chart was the No. 18 high of “Self Care” in September 2018. “News” marks his 11th chart entry, courting to his chart breakthrough, “S.D.S.,” which entered and peaked at No. 41 in May 2013.
Past its leading 10 achievement on Scorching R&B/Hip-Hop Music, “News” begins at No. 8 on the Hot Rap Songs rating and at No. 17 on the Billboard Sizzling 100.