Hip-hop musicians mark some of the most notable debuts on this week’s Billboard Global 200 chart, Billboard‘s looks at the most consumed songs in the world. Legendary artists like Eminem are joined by newcomers like Cordae and Jack Harlow, while one of the most missed artists in recent memory, Juice WRLD, returns to the count again with another posthumous victory.
Here’s a look at five of the most popular debuts on this week’s Billboard Global 200 song chart.
# 67 – Eminem – “Killer (ft. Jack Harlow & Cordae)”
Last December, Eminem shocked the world (yet again) by re-releasing his album Music to be murdered by in deluxe edition with 16 new songs, calling the new ensemble Music To Be Murdered By – Side B, although the two were packed together in many ways. Now months later a lot more people are talking about music … so the rapper must have done something to get the fans excited.
Eminem reissued “Killer” just a few days ago as a remix with fellow musicians Jack Harlow and Cordae on board. The cut starts off as the highest start of the week on the Billboard Global 200, which is a bit of a surprise as it starts at No.67.
N ° 88 – J Balvin & Maria Becerra – “Que Mas Pues?
J Balvin is a content creation machine, and he produced hits throughout 2021, with “Que Mas Pues?” becoming its last launch of the year. In fact, in less than a full year of the Billboard Global 200’s existence, the Latin superstar has now landed 13 lucky spots in the global tally.
So far, her new single, a collaboration with Maria Becerra, has not been attached to any feature films, although it may have one soon.
N ° 125 – Billie Eilish – “The Lost Cause”
As usual, Billie Eilish released her new single “Lost Cause” midweek, dropping the song on Wednesday June 2nd. The tracking frame on the Billboard Global 200 runs Friday through Thursday, so the singer-songwriter’s last had two days to rack up feeds and sales before appearing all over the counts. Because of this, the cup has missed many rankings, but not the Billboard Global 200, on which it starts at No.125.
That’s a pretty low position for someone as popular as Eilish, but it’s just the start. “Lost Cause” will likely go up in the next count frame. This week, it’s one of four tracks from the singer-songwriter to hit the Billboard Global 200, and it’s tenth place on the list.
# 167 – Tomorrow X Together – “0x1 = Lovesong (I know I love you) (ft. Seori)”
As single “0x1 = Lovesong (I Know I Love You) (ft. Seori)” opens at # 167 on this week’s Billboard Global 200, Tomorrow X Together becomes South Korea’s sixth all-male vocal group to be on the world’s most popular songs list. The title is at the top of their new album Chapter of Chaos: Freeze, which is also a global victory. TXT joins K-pop mainstays BTS, NCT, NCT Dream, Stray Kids and Treasure as the latest boy group to hit the charts.
N ° 188 – Juice WRLD – “734”
It has now been over three years since Juice WRLD released their debut album Goodbye and good riddance, and to celebrate the title, his estate reissued the intro project with a new track, “734”. The project quickly climbed the charts everywhere, and the latest track manages to land on a handful of charts in a number of territories, including on the Billboard Global 200, where it manages one of the lowest debuts in the world. the week. Arriving at # 188 on the 200 rung count, becoming his twelfth track to appear on the list.