Lecrae and Tori Kelly’s “I’ll Find You” debuts at #11 on the R&B/Hip Hop single sales charts this week. Also of note, Love & Hip Hop Atlanta‘s Tammy Rivera makes her entrance with “All These Kisses” and a YouTuber’s diss track for another YouTuber debuts higher than Ice Cube’s “Good Cop Bad Cop” single.

The usual suspects dominate the Top 10. Bruno Mars’ “24K Magic” (#8) and French Montana’s “Unforgettable” (#7) find themselves back in the Top 10 after falling off the previous weeks. DJ Khaled’s “I’m The One” featuring Justin Bieber, Lil Wayne, Chance the Rapper and Quavo is still holding down the #1 spot with just over half a million singles sold to date.

Lecrae & Tori Kelly Enter Charts At #11

Just missing out on cracking the Top 10, Lecrae’s “I’ll Find You” featuring Tori Kelly moves 15,589 units. The single follows Lecrae’s Ty Dolla Sign-assisted single “Blessings” and will likely be on the Houston rapper’s eighth studio album.

Tammy Rivera Catches A Hit With “All These Kisses”

Love & Hip Hop Atlanta star Tammy Rivera released her new single “All These Kisses” this past week and made a huge splash in the Top 20 at #14, selling 15,589 copies.

The Rico Love-produced single has been streamed over a million times on YouTube and is a song about relaxing your man (ahem, Waka Flocka) after he comes home from a hard day of work.

YouTuber RiceGum Debuts Higher Than Ice Cube (Whoa)

Popular YouTuber RiceGum, known for roasting and creating diss tracks about other YouTubers, breaks into the Top 200 of the R&B/Hip Hop single sales charts with “Its Everynight Sis” featuring Alissa Violet who actually teamed up with RiceGum to diss her Disney Channel actor ex-boyfriend.

The song hit #36, moving 5,305 units and out-performing Ice Cube’s new single “Good Cop Bad Cop” (#37), which sold 5,187. RiceGum’s video has more than 24 million plays on YouTube, compared to Ice Cube’s 9 million.

The Top 10 R&B/Hip Hop Single Sales For Week Ending 06/15/2017

#1. DJ Khaled f. Lil Wayne, Justin Bieber, Quavo & Chance the Rapper – “I’m The One” – 77,057 (631,108)

#2. Bruno Mars – “That’s What I Like” – 42,863 (1,333,438)

#3. Kendrick Lamar – “HUMBLE.” – 40,729 (624,898)

#4. Post Malone f. Quavo — “Congratulations” – 38,272 (539,747)

#5. Childish Gambino — “Redbone” — 29,397 (342,744)

#6.  Future — “Mask Off” — 21,780 (480,039)

#7. French Montana f. Swae Lee  — “Unforgettable”  — 17,626 (150,225)

#8. Bruno Mars  — “24K Magic”  — 17,541 (1,567,895)

#9. Lil Uzi Vert — “XO Tour Llif3” — 17,147 (232,225)

#10. Kyle f. Lil Yachty – “iSpy” —16,678 (723,438)