Travis Scott bagged himself his second No. 1 album with ASTROWORLD, so it's not too surprising that individual tracks from the project have done just as well. Billboard reports that two songs from the album have debuted in the Hot 100's top 10, with "Sicko Mode" and "Stargazing" arriving at No. 4 and No. 8 respectively.
"Sicko Mode" and "Stargazing" both performed the best out of all of ASTROWORLD, amassing and impressive 55.1 million and 39 million U.S. streams. This means Scott has become the fourth act to have multiple of his songs to debut in the Hot 100's top 10 at the same time, with only Ed Sheeran, Drake, and J. Cole achieving the same feat. Previously, Scott's highest charting song on the Hot 100 was Drake's "Portland," which he was featured on alongside Quavo. "Portland" arrived at No. 9 on the chart back in April 2017.
Most impressively, however, is that all 17 tracks from the album have landed on the chart, with 16 of the songs making their debut on the Hot 100 while "Butterfly Effect" re-enters at a new high at No. 50. Previously, "Butterfly Effect" debuted last November at No. 51.
Elsewhere on the chart, Travis Scott's collaborator Drizzy sticks to his No. 1 spot with "In My Feelings," logging his fifth week at the top of the chart with the Scorpion single.