This week on the R&B/Hip Hop single sales chart, Rihanna continues to stand strong at #1, despite a decline in sales. Elsewhere, Kevin Gates climbs to #3 for his single “2 Phones” and lastly, two of Kendrick Lamar’s cuts from untitled unmastered. land within the Top 10.

Rihanna’s “Work” Stays At #1

Rihanna’s “Work,” the lead single to her recently released ANTI album, remains glued to the top spot this week, selling 109,400 units during the seven days leading to March 10. The Drake-assisted single has sold a total of 946,192 copies since its official release on to the charts seven weeks ago.

G-Eazy Stands Firm At #2

Despite a 5% decrease in sales, G-Eazy’s single “Me, Myself & I” remains at #2 for a sixth consecutive week. During the seven days leading to March 10, the cut moved 57,968 units, taking its total sales since its official release to 850,381 copies.

Kevin Gates Jumps To #3

Kevin Gates’ single “2 Phones” broke into the Top 3 this week, selling 27,430 units during the seven days leading to March 10. The single, which has sat at #5 for the past two weeks, has moved a total of 263,048 units since its official release.

The Top 10 R&B/Hip Hop Single Sales For Week Ending 03/10/2016

#1. Rihanna f. Drake – “Work” – 109,400 (946,192)

#2. G-Eazy – “Me, Myself & I” – 57,968 (850,381)

#3. Kevin Gates – “2 Phones” – 27,430 (263,048)

#4. Yo Gotti – “Down In The DM” – 24,299 (377,055)

#5. Kendrick Lamar – “untitled 07 | 2014 – 2016” – 21,806 (21,806)

#6. Chris Brown – “Back To Sleep” – 21,459 (267,299)

#7. Future f. The Weeknd – “Low Life” – 19,553 (140,430)

#8. Drake & Future – “Jumpman”  – 17,976 (824,129)

#9. Kendrick Lamar – “untitled 02 | 06.23.2014.” – 17,602 (17,602)

#10. 2 Chainz – “Gotta Lotta” – 17,516 (17,516)

To view last week’s Hip Hop Single Sales chart report, click here.