Tekashi 6ix9ine's post-prison album flopped, despite all of the troll hype in the world.
We should have known that might have happened this summer when "Trollz", 6ix9ine's track with Nicki Minaj, set the all-time record for biggest drop for a number one song when it fell from number 1 to 34 on the Billboard chart.
Travis Scott might break that dubious mark. "Franchise", his number one hit with Young Thug and M.I.A., could fall out of the top 40 altogether.
"FRANCHISE" by @trvisXX, @youngthug & @MIAuniverse is currently on pace to fall out of the Top 40 on the Hot 100 next week, which would break "TROLLZ"'s historic #1 to #34 drop.— Talk of the Charts (@talkofthecharts) October 6, 2020
Travis's team is trying its best not to let that happen.
Update: a new FRANCHISE remix with @1future has just been released which will likely prevent the biggest fall from happening now. https://t.co/1fVS8D02qb— Talk of the Charts (@talkofthecharts) October 7, 2020
Why do you think "Franchise" flopped once everyone gave it a couple of spins?