Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ ‘Thrift Shop’ Breaks Chart Record

(AllHipHop News) Sorry DJ Khaled, but you’re no longer the best. At least not when it comes to holding the record for the longest running #1 rap single on Billboard Magazine’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. That distinction now belongs to Macklemore & Ryan Lewis after their mega-hit “Thrift Shop” topped the chart for the 12th consecutive week.

Previously, Khaled’s 2011 summer anthem “I’m On One” featuring Drake, Rick Ross, and Lil Wayne held the title with 11 straight weeks in the top spot.

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis next hurdle is passing Mary J. Blige’s all time record of 15 weeks at number one on the R&B/Hip-Hop chart. Blige achieved that accomplishment in 2006 with her Grammy winning song “Be Without You” from The Breakthrough album.

“Thrift Shop” is also number one on the Hot 100 for the 6th nonconsecutive week. The fifth single from 2012’s The Heist album has sold over 5 million copies to date. The Seattle duo’s “Can’t Hold Us” (which was originally released as a single prior to “Thrift Shop”) is also creeping up the R&B/Hip-Hop chart currently sitting at #5.

The rest of the Top 10 R&B/Hip-Hop songs for the April 13 publication of Billboard are Justin Timberlake’s “Suit & Tie” (2), Drake’s “Started From The Bottom” (3), Lil Wayne’s “Love Me” (4),  Rihanna’s “Pour It Up” (6), A$AP Rocky’s “F*ckin Problems” (7), Wale’s “Bad” (8), Ace Hood’s “Bugatti” (9), and Alicia Key’s “Girl On Fire” (10).

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Rising songs right outside the top ten includes J. Cole’s new single “Power Trip” featuring Miguel at #12, “Wop” by Flo Rida associate J. Dash at #14, and British songstress Emile Sandé’s “Next To Me” at #17.

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source: Billboard

  • Choppaliss

    lol song is cool n catchy even if u dont like it you still listen

    • Nemesis_Enforcer

      Nah it’s plain corny if you’ve been listening to hip hop all of your life and are over 8 LOL. But congrats to them.

      • Choppaliss

        well i guess its corny to you, your opinion

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  • Naledge77

    Not really feeling that Thrift shop track due to its commercial sound, but dude is def original and a breathe of fresh air for hip hop. Of course I do understand every artist needs at least one commercial track. Now that Cant Hold Us track is dope.

    • MrNoName2K

      you were on point until you dropped the “dude is def original and a breathe of fresh air for hip hop” bomb…

      • anemia716

        you obviously don’t like Macklemore, yet you clicked the article. petty.

      • MrNoName2K

        true true, but ay, aint got nothing else better to do at the moment, kinda like you sitting here doin the same exact the moment..

      • Naledge77

        Let me listen to 2chainz, French Montana, and RIck Ross?

        If so, then I stand corrected. Also why not comment on the article rather than my comment about the article. Stop trolling dude!!!!

      • MrNoName2K

        HAHAAAAAAAA!! Look at this nigga here gettin all emotional.. You mad Naledge??

      • Naledge77

        Hell Naw, shit I’m fuckin happy it’s Friday!!!! Dude I could give 2 turds what a another person says on this site. I do this shit out of pure boredom while at work. But, seriously though…stop trolling!


      • MrNoName2K

        lol gottdamint Naledge…MACLEMORE IS NOT A BREATH OF FRESH AIR FOR HIP HOP!!!

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  • WillVetterGoodin

    Don’t like that “song” at all. Sounds like a very generic rip off of something Timbo did. I guess they did get their style from a thrift shop. SMH.

  • MrNoName2K

    I thought that “Thrift Shop” song was wack from the get go…Maclemore lol no go

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  • I’ve listened to all the songs listed on that list but the only one that warranted repeat listens was Wale – Bad. The rest are just something I hear if I chose to listen to the radio that day.

  • Raheem Classick

    It’s basically A late 80’s early 90’s Hip Hop track.

  • Guest

    I don’t like rap, but I like this. I think it’s my poor white trash days of youth at the 2nd hand store. “Hey, I can identify with that…”

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