There’s something to be said about consistency and Flo Rida is saying it by staying on top of this week’s digital sales charts. The Floridian remains on top with “Whistle,” continuing his streak. There’s also something to be said about breaking out and Macklemore is doing just that with his latest, the Ryan Lewis assisted “Same Love.” The same can also be said for “I Don’t Like,” Chief Keef’s cut which is now on the digital sales chart too. 

Flo Rida Keep Top Spot With “Whistle,” Appears Throughout Charts & Helps Jennifer Lopez

“Whistle” continues to make loud noise on the digital sales chart. This week, Flo continued his streak by having “Whistle” as the top seller overall. The Florida rapper topped the likes of P!nk and Katy Perry to make his claim to the top. However, he’s also everywhere else on the chart. Flo can be found down at #33 with “Wild Ones,” his last single still making noise. Another track still charting is “Good Feeling” which is still in the top 100. Much later, he can be found still in the top 200, assisting Jennifer Lopez on “Goin’ In.” 

Kanye West Charts With “Mercy,” “New God Flow,” “I Wish You Would,” “Niggas In Paris” & “Birthday Song”  

Kanye West doesn’t currently have a new album to promote. He also hasn’t been solely focusing on his own work, instead collaborating with artists on his label to create a compilation. But his star power continues to have an impact on the charts. This week, Kanye charted with several cuts. “Mercy,” “New God Flow” and “Birthday Song” all managed to crack the top 40. This helped 2 Chainz break into the charts with his new single, adding to his own success with “No Lie.” Also, West’s Watch the Throne collab with Jay-Z still has a presense as “Niggas in Paris” remains a top seller. Meanwhile his DJ Khaled collab continues to sell with “I Wish You Would.” 

Hip Hop Digital Singles Sales: The Week Ending 7/29/2012

#1. Flo Rida – “Whistle” – 218,000 (1,207,000)

#18. Maroon 5 f. Wiz Khalifa – “Payphone” – 66,000 (2,804,000)

#20. Kanye West f. Pusha T, Big Sean & 2 Chainz – “Mercy” – 62,000 (1,310,000)

#33. Flo Rida f. Sia – “Wild Ones” – 46,000 (3,167,000)

#36. 2 Chainz feat. Kanye West – “Birthday Song” – 45,000 (45,000)

#38. 2 Chainz f. Drake – “No Lie” – 44,000 (525,000)

#47. Wiz Khalifa – “Work Hard, Play Hard” – 39,000 (842,000)

#54. Pitbull – “Back In Time” – 34,000 (1,377,000)

#58. Nicki Minaj – “Starships” – 32,000 (2,547,000) 

#90. T.I. – “Go Get It” – 20,000 (75,000) 

#157. DJ Khaled f. Kanye West & Rick Ross – “I Wish You Would” – 10,000 (102,000)

#166. Chief Keef – “I Don’t Like” – 10,000 (10,000) 

#179. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – “Same Love” – 9,000 (9,000) 

* data comes from Nielsen Soundscan, rounded to nearest thousandth for units above 10,000, nearest hundredth for units below 10,000. Each week, HipHopDX presents top albums in Hip Hop/related, and five notables.