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Hot 100 Chart Reveal: Oct. 21, 2023 | Billboard News

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Drake completely takes over the Billboard Hot 100 chart. How does Drake’s new album For All the Dogs affect last week’s top two, Doja Cat and SZA? Watch the full video to find out.

Tetris Kelly:
This is the Billboard Hot 100 top 10 for the week dated Oct. 21.

Kicking off a big week for Drake’s For All the Dogs is “Fear of Heights.”

Staying in the top 10 is “Cruel Summer.”

Next up from Drake, “Daylight.”

Down from two to seven is SZA, “Snooze.”

SZA is also at No. 6 with Drake on “Slime You Out.”

Drake and 21 Savage at No. 5.

Doja’s “Paint the Town” is strong at No. 4.

At No. 3, Drake has “Virgina Beach,” “IDGAF” featuring Yeat at No. 2.

And debuting at No. 1 and Drake’s seventh song in the top 10 from For All the Dogs is “First Person Shooter” featuring J. Cole.

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