Bruno Mars and Kendrick Lamar are holding down the top spots on the R&B/Hip Hop Single Sales chart for the week ending April 27, 2017. Bruno Mars’ “That’s What I Like” has secured the #1 position for the third week in a row, while Kendrick Lamar has two tracks off his Platinum-selling album DAMN., “HUMBLE.” and “DNA.,” keeping things warm in the Top 5.

This week, we also see Future’s “Mask Off” stealthily making its way to the top while G-Eazy and Kehlani’s “Good Life” makes an impressive re-entry into the Top 10, from #20 all the way to #8 after its debut on the charts in March.

G-Eazy & Kehlani Shooting Up The Chart

G-Eazy and Kehlani’s song off The Fate of the Furious soundtrack, “Good Life,” debuted at #6 back in March and this week we see the song making a big comeback after falling off, landing at #8. This is a dramatic increase of 49% from last week’s position of #20 and the week before that at #59.

Bruno Mars’ Momentum Not Slowing Down

Bruno Mars likes being at #1. After spending 23 weeks on the chart, the 24k Magic bop continues to hold down the top spot, moving nearly a million (956,502) units total so far. Although the New Jack Swing-inspired single saw a 3% drop in sales, it wasn’t enough for the song to drop out of #1.

Meanwhile, Kendrick Lamar’s “HUMBLE.” continues to play its position at #2.

Future’s “Mask Off” Steadily Climbs The Charts

All those #MaskOffChallenge videos are paying off in a major way for Future’s Platinum-selling single “Mask Off.” The Metro Boomin-produced cut has been quietly making its way to the top of the charts and is Future’s best-charting single to date.

The visual for “Mask Off” made its debut this week and features the beautiful Amber Rose as the Freebandz boss’ companion, which may help it possibly displace Kendrick or Bruno. However from the looks of it, Bruno and Dot have no plans on giving up their top positions.

The Top 10 R&B/Hip Hop Single Sales For Week Ending 04/27/2017

#1. Bruno Mars – “That’s What I Like” – 77,574 (956,502)

#2. Kendrick Lamar – “HUMBLE.” – 55,124 (279,832)

#3. Future – “Mask Off” – 38,636 (282,529)

#4. Kyle f. Lil Yachty – “iSpy” – 36,616 (542,709)

#5. Kendrick Lamar — “DNA.” — 36,080 (87,612)

#6. Post Malone f. Quavo — “Congratulations” — 32,401 (297,115)

#7. The Weeknd f. Daft Punk — “I Feel It Coming” — 28,216 (737,605)

#8. G-Eazy f. Kehlani — “Good Life” — 24,495 (78,815)

#9. Drake – “Passionfruit” – 21,093 (140,224)

#10. Calvin Harris f. Frank Ocean & Migos — “Slide” — 20,472 (171,123)