24kGoldn Strikes Chart Gold In Australia With ‘Mood’

24kGoldn has the golden touch on Australia’s singles chart as “Mood” completes a seven-week climb to No. 1.

While “Mood” enters a second week at the summit in the U.K., the San Francisco rapper’s hit rises 2-1 on the ARIA Singles Chart, ahead of Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s “WAP” (down 1-2).

“Mood” becomes 24kGoldn’s first chart-leader in Australia.

Rounding out an unchanged top five are Joel Corry and MNEK’s “Head & Heart”, Justin Bieber and Chance The Rapper’s collaboration “Holy”, and Jawsh 685 and Jason Derulo’s former No. 1 “Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat),” respectively.

Elsewhere on the weekly chart, Canadian singer-songwriter Tate McRae bags a Top 10 as “You Broke Me First” improves 14-10.

Travis Scott’s “Franchise,” his team up with Young Thug and British rapper M.I.A., cracks the Top 40 on debut. It’s new at No. 31.

There’s a surprise reentry in the Top 40 for Fleetwood Mac’s 1977 classic “Dreams,” which is enjoying chart spikes around the globe following a viral video on TikTok. It returns to the ARIA Top 50 Singles Chart at No. 39.

Over on the national albums survey, Australian-Japanese artist Joji scores his first No. 1 with Nectar, which features guest slots with the likes of Benee, Lil Yachty and Diplo.

Joji is the first member of the hip-hop collective 88rising to have a chart-topper in Australia.

Machine Gun Kelly’s shift from rap to pop-punk appears to be paying off as Tickets To My Downfall starts at No. 2 in Australia. It’s the follow-up to Hotel Diablo from 2019, which peaked at No. 26. Downfall blasts to No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

Just one place behind is DeftonesOHMS, new at No. 3 on the ARIA chart. It’s the follow-up to the alternative rock veterans No. 1 album Gore, from 2016.

Idles, 24kGoldn Rule U.K. Charts

Idles are on top in their homeland as Ultra Mono (Partisan) takes the U.K. album chart crown.

The Bristol alternative rock band’s third album blasts to No. 1 on the Official U.K. Albums Chart, with 27,000 chart sales, including a year-best 15,400 sales on vinyl, the OCC reports.

Ultra Mono is the followup to the group’s Mercury Music Prize-nominated 2018 set Joy as an Act of Resistance, which peaked at No. 5.

Meanwhile, Machine Gun Kelly scores a career high with his pop-punk album Tickets To My Downfall (Bad Boy/Interscope), which opens at No. 3. Of MGK’s previous four albums, just one cracked the Top 40 (2017’s Bloom peaked at No. 37).

Following Michael Kiwanuka’s Mercury Prize win with KIWANUKA (Polydor), the album fires up on the Official U.K. Albums Chart. The winning 2019 record enjoys a 4,537% week-on-week rise in physical and digital sales, according to the BPI, powering it to a No. 4 return, just two places below its peak position.

Rounding out the Top 5 is the DeftonesOhms (Reprise), new at No. 5. It’s the veteran rockers’ third Top 10 album.

Over on the Official U.K. Singles Chart, 24kGoldn extends his chart reign into a second week with “Mood” (RECORDS/Black Butter) featuring Iann Dior. The San Francisco artist’s hit grabs another 55,000 chart sales during the latest seven-day cycle, including 7 million streams, according to the OCC.

This week’s highest new entry belongs to South London duo Da Beatfreakz, who arrive at No. 20 with “808” (Columbia) featuring Dutchavelli.

Finally, Travis Scott takes a bite out the Top 40 with “Franchise” (Epic), his first solo single since 2019. It’s new at No. 26.

A collab with Young Thug and M.I.A.,“Franchise” was announced as Scott’s partnership with McDonald’s was in full swing.

Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Dreams’ Surges to Biggest Streaming Week Ever After Viral TikTok Video

Courtesy of buzz generated by a gone-viral TikTok video, Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” has captured its largest streaming week ever.

Following the rise of the video’s popularity, the classic 1977 Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hit garnered 8.47 million on-demand streams in the U.S. in the week ending Oct. 1, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. That sum is up 125% compared to the previous week (3.76 million).

Previously, “Dreams'” best streaming week came in the week ending Sept. 10, with 3.83 million clicks.

The TikTok video in question has “Dreams” soundtracking a man in a hoodie (Nathan Apodaca) seemingly being pulled on a skateboard, as he drinks from a bottle of Ocean Spray Cran-Raspberry juice and sings along with Stevie Nicks’ lead vocal. The video became so popular, it moved the band’s own Mick Fleetwood to recreate the clip.

“Dreams” also sold 7,000 downloads in the U.S. in the week ending Oct. 1 (up 584%) – its best sales week since the week ending July 24, 2011, when it sold 9,000.

“Dreams” makes moves on the Billboard charts (dated Oct. 10), too, as it re-enters at a new peak of No. 9 on the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs chart, climbs 19-1 on Rock Digital Song Sales, and rises 7-3 on Rock Streaming Songs. (Billboard’s charts dated Oct. 10 will refresh to Billboard’s websites on Oct. 6.)

The cut also impressively enters at No. 36 on the all-genre Streaming Songs chart, a list which is normally crowded with current hip-hop and pop tracks.

On the Billboard Global 200 chart, which ranks the most popular songs around the world, “Dreams” debuts at No. 51. On the Billboard Global 200 Excl. U.S. tally, it bows at No. 161.

“Dreams” was first released on the album Rumours, which was issued in 1977 and spent 31 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Rumours also surges up Billboard’s lists, as it rebounds 47-27 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, marking the first time it’s been in the top 40 since early 2013. The set earned 19,000 equivalent album units in the week ending Oct. 1 (up 56%). The album also inches up 33-29 on the Album Sales chart with 4,000 copies sold (up 45%).

“Dreams” is also featured on the band’s Greatest Hits album, which jumps 169-103 on the Billboard 200 (9,000 units; up 35%) and moves 50-46 on Album Sales (3,000 sold; up 45%).

And finally, the new album The Alternate Rumoursreleased Sept. 26 exclusively on vinyl the latest Record Store Day Drop – enters the Billboard 200 at No. 165 (7,000 units – all from album sales). It also debuts at No. 12 on Album Sales and No. 6 on Vinyl Albums. The release presents an alternate view of the classic album, with different takes of the album’s tracklist subbing in for the original album versions.

Watch Nelly Dance the Paso Doble to ‘All I Do Is Win’ on ‘Dancing With the Stars’

All he does is win, win, win no matter what.

Nelly took the Dancing With the Stars dance floor with his partner Daniella Karagach to dance the Paso Doble to a bit of an unlikely song: “All I Do Is Win” by DJ Khaled featuring T-Pain, Ludacris, Snoop Dogg and Rick Ross.

Regardless of the unusual song choice, the duo nailed the Paso Doble with some dynamic choreography, which included headstands and repeated dips to coincide with the lyrics, “Up, down, up, down, up, down.”

The pair earned three 7s for a total of 21 out of 30, three points higher than their score last week.

Watch the full dance below.

Kim Kardashian Talks Kanye West’s ‘Scary’ Battle With Coronavirus

Back in July, Kanye West revealed in an interview with Forbes that he contracted COVID-19 in February. Now, Kim Kardashian is opening up about the caretaker experience.

“Kanye had it way at the beginning, when nobody really knew what was going on,” Kardashian said in a new cover interview with GRAZIA. “It was so scary and unknown.”

She went on to note that there was “no one else in the house to help,” and she “had to go and change his sheets and help him get out of bed when he wasn’t feeling good.”

“Changing his sheets with gloves and a face shield was really a scary time,” she said.

“Chills, shaking in the bed, taking hot showers, looking at videos telling me what I’m supposed to do to get over it,” West said to Forbes of the symptoms he had before adding, “I remember someone had told me Drake had the coronavirus and my response was Drake can’t be sicker than me!”

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Here Are the Lyrics to Juice WRLD x Marshmello’s ‘Come & Go’

Juice WRLD and Marshmello’s collab “Come & Go” comes off the rapper’s No. 1 posthumous album Legends Never Die.

The music video splices together old footage and superhero animations of Juice and his girlfriend Ally Lotti slaying demons together because if “this type of love don’t always come and go,” they’ll fight for it.

Check out the lyrics and music video below.

Whoa
Uh
Oh
(Mello made it right)

I try to be everything that I can
But sometimes I come out as bein’ nothin’
I try to be everything that I can
But sometimes I come out as bein’ nothin’
I pray to God that he make me a better man, uh
Maybe one day I’ma stand for somethin’
I’m thankin’ God that he made you part of the plan
I guess I ain’t go through all that Hell for nothin’
I’m always f—in’ up and wreckin’ sh–, it seems like I perfected it
I offer you my love, I hope you take it like some medicine
You tell me, ain’t nobody better than me, I think that there’s better than me
Hope you see the better in me, always end up betterin’ me

I don’t wanna ruin this one
This type of love don’t always come and go
I don’t wanna ruin this one
This type of love don’t always come and go
I don’t wanna ruin this one
This type of love don’t always come and go
I don’t wanna ruin this one
This type of love don’t always come and go

I don’t wanna ruin this one
This type of love don’t always come and go
I don’t wanna ruin this one
This type of love don’t always come and go

We take drugs, then you hold me close
Then I tell you how you make me whole
Sometimes I feel you like bein’ alone
Then you tell me that I should’ve stayed in the room
Guess I got it all wrong, all along, my fault
My mistakes probably wipe all the rights I’ve done
Sayin’ goodbye to bygones, those are bye, gones
Head up, baby, stay strong, we gon’ live long

I don’t wanna ruin this one
This type of love don’t always come and go
I don’t wanna ruin this one
This type of love don’t always come and go
I don’t wanna ruin this one
This type of love don’t always come and go
I don’t wanna ruin this one
This type of love don’t always come and go

I don’t wanna ruin this one
This type of love don’t always come and go
I don’t wanna ruin this one
This type of love don’t always come and go

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Here Are the Lyrics to Travis Scott’s ‘Franchise,’ Feat. Young Thug & M.I.A.

Travis Scott takes Young Thug and M.I.A. to the top with him, as their “FRANCHISE” debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 (dated Oct. 10).

It’s Scott’s third No. 1 debut in 2020, setting a “new record for the fastest accumulation of three No. 1 entrances by any artist in the Hot 100’s history.” He flexes all the franchises he’s fronted with monumental campaigns, from McDonald’s to Nike, all while shooting the music video at Michael Jordan’s Chicago mansion.

Check out the lyrics and music video below.

Yeah
Yeah-yeah-yeah
Mhmm-mhmm-mhmm-mhmm

Yup, in my white tee
Yeah, call up Hype Williams for the hype, please
Uh, they gon’ wipe you, before you wipe me
On boxes of checks, not my Nikes (yeah)

Cacti’s, not no iced tea (ah)
Uh, got ‘em bamboozled like I’m Spike Lee (ah)
Uh, you need more than Google just to find me (ah)
Uh, I just call her “bae” to get her hyphy (ah, ooh)
(Incredible, i-i-i-in general)
I just start the label just to sign me (woo, woo, woo)
Uh, me and CHASE connected like we Siamese, uh (woo, woo, woo, ooh, ooh)
We’ve been on the run, feel like a crime spree
Talk to me nicely (yeah)
(I seen his face, seen it) Yup, on his white tee, uh (let’s go)

Yeah, yup, call the Sprite people (call ‘em, hol’ on, brrt)
Private flight to France, tryna sight-see (on private flights, brrat)
Popped ‘em in his hands, he was typin’ (da, da, da)
Caterpillar ‘Rari, I fold it, lift it up (up)
I went on the stand, told the judge to pass my cup (ayy)
Ran up twenty million, told the Devil, “Keep the luck” (luck)
Keep that, keep that ho (uh-uh)
Rip Pop, keep the smoke (ayy, slatt)
Talk to me nicely (talk to me nicely)
Keep her on a chain, that ain’t like me (that ain’t like me)
Scotts with no strings, you can’t tie me (Scotts with the, hol’ on, bi—)
I’m higher than the plane, I’m where the Skypes be (doo, doo, doo, doo, hee)
Yup, in my Slime tee (doo, doo, doo, hee)
Princey in his prime, yee (doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, hee)
Yellowbone too feisty, yee (doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, hee)
Clean him up, no napkin, yee (doo)

Yup, in my white tee (yeah)
Yeah, call up Hype Williams for the hype, please (it’s lit)
Uh, they gon’ wipe you, before you wipe me
On boxes of checks, not my Nikes (Ooh, yeah)

‘Scuse me, zi-zi-zi-zi-zi-zi-zi-zi, don’t be missin’, man
Mississippi, dip a sippy, make ‘em happy, make ‘em copy
Make ‘em get me Chippi Chippi (yeah)
That’s a lot I’m gon’ spend
Tell me when, I beam you to pull up, you gon’ shootout while I spin
Trippin’ like I’m trigger happy, saltfish, ackee, ackee
Golf buggy, Kawasaki, catch a fish, Sushi, maki, livin’ life
London city, left the town (ah)
Thug and Travis be the fam
Yup, yeah, you know that (slatt)
And when they free us out, gon’ be a film, a Kodak (yeah)
Shoot me pourin’ right above the rim like Pollack
I’ve been rippin’ and runnin’, not slippin’ or slidin’, athletic tendencies
I’ve been up since, cheffin’ it, whippin’ it to the base rock
I provide the remedy (let’s go)
When we open gates up at Utopia (it’s lit), it’s like Zootopia
You see the crosses over ya (yeah), that’s how you know it’s us
At four A.M. I’m phonin’ ya’, not for no shoulder rub
Them JACKBOYS open cleaners up, the way they fold and tuck

Yup, in my white tee (yeah)
Yeah, call up Hype Williams for the hype, please
Yeah, they gon’ wipe you, before you wipe me
Yeah, on boxes of checks, not my
Checks, not my

I-I be where the f— the light be
Bangers in the system, it’s
Bangers in the system, it’s
Ancient Anunnaki
Bangers in the system, it’s that
Bangers in the system, it’s that
M.I.A.

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Written by: Jacques Webster, Jeffery Lamar Williams, Mathangi Arulpragasam