Just Like The Weeknd, Every Song On J. Cole’s ‘4 Your Eyez Only’ Is Charting

blame it on Patrick Glynn December 21, 2016

After The Weeknd’s first-week numbers came out (he sold around 350,000 copies), it turned out that all 18 songs on the album landed within the top 72 songs in the country because of how many times they were streamed.

On Sunday, the first-week numbers for J. Cole’s 4 Your Eyez Only were announced. Cole had the third-largest debut for an album this year selling 511,000 in the first week. Even though just over 20,000 of the sales came from streaming equivalents, the 10 songs on the album — and “False Prophets” and “Everybody Dies” — were streamed enough to vault them into the top 100 songs.

Starting with “Deja Vu” — the song that uses the same sample as Bryson Tiller’s “Exchange” — at No. 7, the 10 songs plus two singles before land no lower than No. 57. Here are the spots:

No. 7 – “Deja Vu”
No. 11 – “Immortal”
No. 13 – “Neighbors”
No. 21 – “Change”
No. 22 – “She’s Mine Pt. 1”
No. 23 – “For Whom The Bell Tolls”
No. 24 – “Ville Mentality”
No. 29 – “4 Your Eyez Only”
No. 30 – “Foldin’ Clothes”
No. 34 – “She’s Mine Pt. 2”
No. 54 – “False Prophets”
No. 57 – “Everybody Dies”

Most of the The Weeknd’s 18 songs have fallen out of the Hot 100, but seven are still there. That means J. Cole at The Weeknd have 19 of the 100 top songs in the country this week.

Black Beatles” still reigns supreme, though.