By Rami Abou-Sabe
Released Friday, April 28, the song is expected to claim the number one spot on Billboard‘s Hot 100 next week. With downloads topping 150,000, the single is already the highest-grossing of the week.
Once streaming numbers (predicted to exceed 40 million) and radio airplay (25 million+) are added into the equation, Chance, Khaled, and co. could easily have top billing.
The song will mark both DJ Khaled and Chance the Rapper’s first number one single.
Chance’s 2016 single “No Problem” featuting Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz peaked at #43, while Khaled’s 2011 Drake, Wayne, and Rick Ross collab “I’m on One” peaked at #10.