Also, Michael Jackson's 1982 hit "Thriller" got the Halloween bump to resurface in the Top 10.
Kamaiyah surprised fans with her new mixtape "Before I Wake" and Wiz Khalifa dropped of "Laugh Now, Fly Later," topping the #DXHitList this week.
The lawyer also claims the judge asked for a shout out from Meek.
Who said math couldn't be fun?
Plus exclusive interviews with DJ Premier, Stalley and A$AP Twelvyy.
K. Dot's killing it with five singles on the R&B/Hip Hop Single Sales charts.
Wrapping up the week with some good tunes.
The truth will set you free, but first it will piss you off.
Oh, and Rod Stewart was performing.
Post Malone and Cardi B maintain their spots atop the sales leaders.
Ty Dolla Sign, Yo Gotti, Yelawolf, Big K.R.I.T. and Snoop Dogg all released new projects.
The Migos member proposed to Cardi B in front of an arena of 19,000 during Philly's Powerhouse concert.
All signs point to "maybe."
He says the case is still active and is "close to being somewhat solved."
Plus, an exclusive interview with Bahamadia and a run-down of Shady Records' 2017 roster.
Meanwhile, music from Post Malone is all over the chart.
He tweeted that he needs to "focus."
It's his first time atop the Hot 100.
Plus, exclusive interviews with DJ Prince Paul and OMB Peezy.
Plus, exclusive interviews with Trippie Redd and Audio Push's Price.