Travis Scott Highest In The Room Debuts At No 1

Travis Scott Highest In The Room Debuts At No 1

Travis Scott Highest In The Room Debuts At No 1

Travis Scott Highest In The Room Debuts At No 1

Travis Scott Highest In The Room Debuts At No 1

Travis Scott is the Highest In The Room on the charts.

The Houston rapper rockets to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Highest in the Room,” becoming his second chart-topper and first to debut in the top spot. He previously reached No. 1 with “Sicko Mode” in Dec. 2018.

Highest In The Room” bows at No. 2 on Digital Song sales with 51,000 sold in the week ending Oct. 10. The song also has the biggest debut for a single released separately from an album in U.S. Spotify history.

While fans will have to wait for Astroworld’s follow-up, Travis suggested that more music could drop in the near future. “Frankly, I’m not in a rush, but I’m taking my time to come up with the next album,” he said to Beats 1 from Apple Music. “I’m always down to drop music and serve some packs to the fans.”

Lizzo’s “Truth Hurts” falls to No. 2 on the Hot 100 after six weeks at No. 1. She was on her way to tying the record for longest-running No. 1 by a female rapper, which is held by Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy” (7 weeks).

Apart from the top 10, Dan + Shay and the “10,000 Hours” of Justin Bieber make their Hot 100 debut at No. 4. The “Circles” of Post Malone rises 8-6, the “No Guidance” of Chris Brown and Drake falls 5-7, and the “Panini” of Lil Nas X falls 8-10.

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