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Eight ‘Black Panther’ Soundtrack Songs Chart on the Billboard Hot 100

Kendrick Lamar and SZA‘s “All the Stars” places the highest on the Hot 100, as the song jumps 31-9, entering the top 10 for the first time. The song earns Lamar his seventh top 10 and SZA her second

“Stars” is the soundtrack’s second top 10, as The Weeknd and Lamar’s “Pray for Me” stands at No. 11, down from its No. 7 peak, and debut, a week ago.

Meanwhile, Jay Rock, Lamar, Future and James Blake‘s “King’s Dead” blasts from No. 69 to No. 38, marking its first week in the Hot 100’s top 40 (and the first such hit for Jay Rock and Blake).

Songs from Black Panther: The Album on the Hot 100 (dated Feb. 24)
Rank, Title, Artist
No. 9 (new), “All the Stars, Kendrick Lamar & SZA
No. 11 (down from No. 7 peak), “Pray for Me,” The Weeknd & Kendrick Lamar
No. 38 (up from No. 69), “King’s Dead,” Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future & James Blake
No. 49 (new), “X,” Schoolboy Q, 2 Chainz & Saudi
No. 63 (new), “The Ways,” Khalid & Swae Lee
No. 67 (new), “Paramedic!,” SOB X RBE
No. 71 (new), “Big Shot,” Kendrick Lamar & Travis Scott
No. 91 (new), “Black Panther,” Kendrick Lamar

Further, two acts score their first entries on the Hot 100, thanks to songs from the soundtrack.

Saudi makes his Billboard chart debut on “X,” with Schoolboy Q and 2 Chainz, at No. 49. The South African rapper, born Anele Mbisha, sings on the first verse of “X,” following Lamar’s introductory hook.

Bay Area rap collective SOB X RBE also makes its Billboardchart arrival with “Paramedic!” at No. 67. The group (Slimmy B, DaBoii, Lil G and Yhung T.O.) has announced a North American tour with Post Malone. Lamar and Zacari — who collaborated together on Lamar’s DAMN. track “Love.” — provide additional vocals on the track.

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