The Big Three are in the midst of a huge year for their music, and the first two songs on their new album, The Biggest Little Lie, have been revealed.
The trio hit the Billboard Hot 100 with their latest single, “Dance (I Feel So Good),” which peaked at number two on the chart in its debut week, while their next two songs, “Biggest Lie” and “The Real Deal,” have all peaked at the top of the charts.
Their third song, “The Greatest,” is also at number one on the Billboard 200 chart, which is the Billboard World Albums chart.
Billboard charts are not compiled by Nielsen Media, but are calculated by a committee of music industry insiders and music journalists.
“The Biggest Lie,” featuring Lil Wayne and the Weeknd, peaked at #3 on the Hot 100, while the Weekends’ “Love Me Like You Do” is the third best-selling single of the calendar year.
The song has also been a top-10 hit on the Alternative Songs chart, with the Weekender’s “Love” also charting on the top five.
It also has reached the top spot on the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.
The Weekender also has two hits on the new Billboard Hot 200, “I’m On Fire” and its remixes with Kendrick Lamar, including the Kendrick Lamar/Future collaboration “Love Lockdown.”
“I Feel Like We’re All On Fire,” featuring Drake, peaked atop the Hot R&b/Hilary Duff/The Weekender charts at #13 and #21, respectively.
“I Like It” by Future is also in the top 25 on the Rock Songs chart with 23,000 units sold.
It debuted at #7 on the Digital Songs chart and reached #11 on the Radio Songs chart as well.
The album also peaked at No. 4 on the Pop Songs chart when it debuted, peaking at No 1 on the January 14 chart and No. 3 on the April 1 chart.
In addition to “The Best Day Ever” by Drake, the Big Three’s “The Most Important Thing,” featuring Rihanna, peaked with its remix at #12 on the pop chart and peaked at Nos.
1 and 2 on the radio charts, respectively, on the same day.
The Hot 100 is not the only chart dominated by big names this year.
Eminem’s latest project, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, debuted at No, 1 on Billboard’s 200-charting Hot R/H&ers &P/L chart, and peaked with 9,000 sales on March 7.
Eminem also topped the chart for the month of April with his new single, “#2,” which peaked with 5,000 sold units.
“You Don’t Know Me” by Bruno Mars also peaked on the charts, reaching No. 6 on the July 1 chart and reaching No 10 on the March 20 chart.
“Your Girl,” by Drake featuring Ty Dolla $ign, reached No. 1 on June 2 on Hot R;B &.
P/M/s chart with 4,000,000 unit sales.
It peaked at first on the June 2 chart with the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart on the first track.
The record was certified gold on July 9, with 2,000 copies sold.
Drake’s next song, titled “Boulevard of Broken Dreams,” debuted at Nos, 2 and 3 on July 12.
It reached No 1 at the Hot 200 on the day, with 569,000 in sales.
Drake also topped Billboard’s Hot Dance Songs chart in August with “My Name Is,” featuring Kanye West, which peaked on Hot Dance.
He also reached No 5 on the U.S. Hot 100 on the second day of the month, with 1,007,000 on the final day of sales.
In September, “Famous” by Taylor Swift reached No 6 on Billboard 200 with 534,000.
On the Hot Rap Songs chart that same day, it reached No 4 with 932,000 and peaked to No. 2 with 571,000 as of October 5.
In October, “Love Yourself” by Lady Gaga, which topped the charts in June, hit No. 9 on the singles chart with 2.3 million.
“Frozen” by Anna Wintour hit No 6 with 2 million on the month.
Drake has also charted on the American Music Awards (AMAs), which is where the big hits are crowned, with “Fifty Shades Darker” earning a nomination for Best Pop Solo Performance.
“Big Bang Theory” scored the most nominations in a single year for a show ever, with six, including four nods, with Drake topping the list with five nominations.
“Can’t Stop the Feeling,” by the Weekenders, earned