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Ye & Ty Dolla $ign Top Streaming Songs Chart With ‘Carnival’

Ye & Ty Dolla $ign Top Streaming Songs Chart With ‘Carnival’

Ye (formerly known as Kanye West) and Ty Dolla $ign’s “Carnival” debuts at No. 1 on Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart dated Feb. 24, the former’s fourth No. 1 and the latter’s first.

The top-performing song from the duo’s collaborative album Vultures 1 earned 23.5 million official U.S. streams Feb. 9-15, according to Luminate. That’s despite just six days of availability during the tracking week; the album was released Feb. 10.

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Ye reigns on Streaming Songs for the first time since “Hurricane” led for a week in September 2021. His other rulers on the list, which began in 2013, include “All Mine” in June 2018 and “I Love It,” with Lil Pump, in September 2018.

Between “Hurricane” and the release of Vultures 1, which accounts for 13 Streaming Songs appearances in all on the Feb. 24 ranking, Ye’s best rank had been a No. 8 peak with “Hot Shit,” on which he was billed as a lead act alongside Cardi B and Lil Durk, in July 2022.

Meanwhile, Ty Dolla $ign garners his first Streaming Songs leader with “Carnival.” The rapper first reached the chart in 2014 with “Paranoid,” featuring B.O.B (No. 36), and his highest rank on the tally had been his featured turn on Post Malone’s “Psycho,” which debuted and peaked at No. 2 in March 2018. As a lead act, his best had been “Hot Girl Summer,” billed as a lead alongside Megan Thee Stallion and Nicki Minaj, which debuted and peaked at No. 6 in August 2019.

The next-highest debut from the 13-song pack of Vultures 1 debuts is “Fuk Sumn,” which bows at No. 10 via 13.3 million streams.

As part of its No. 1 debut on Streaming Songs, “Carnival” also reigns on R&B/Hip-Hop Streaming Songs and Rap Streaming Songs.

Concurrently, as previously reported, “Carnival” bows at No. 3 on the multi-metric Billboard Hot 100. In addition to its streams, the song also earned 4,000 downloads.

Its parent album, Vultures 1, also scored a No. 1 debut, premiering atop the Billboard 200 via 148,000 equivalent album units earned.

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