(AllHipHop News) It's not unusual for a single to slip on the charts in its second week of release, but it's also not common for a single to fall 70 positions after just one week. Unfortunately, Nicki Minaj has now experienced that type of collapse twice in her career.
Back in 2017, Nicki's "No Frauds" featuring fellow Young Money acts Drake and Lil Wayne peaked at #14 on Billboard’s Hot 100 before falling to #84 in week two. The Queen album creator saw her new single, "Megatron," suffer an even worse decline.
"Megatron" gave Minaj her 34th career Top 20 song when the track debuted at #20. However, the "Heads High" inspired record suffered a 72-spot collapse in its second week on the Hot 100 chart. After reaching #1 on the iTunes chart, the track now sits at #73.
The video for "Megatron" has amassed more than 34 million global views on YouTube since its arrival on June 20. As far as specific streaming charts in America, Nicki's latest release has fallen to #61 on US Apple Music, #162 on US Spotify, and it fell out of the Top 50 on the Billboard Streaming Songs rankings.