— Simon Falk (@simmnfierzig) September 3, 2020
Despite not being performed at the VMAs, Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's "WAP" is poised to return to its #1 position next week. This comes after BTS' Dynamite made history by taking the the top spot this week. After initially debuting atop the Billboard Hot 100 charts a month ago, next week will make "WAP's" third non-consecutive week at #1, which is difficult to get, not everyone has that to their credit
BTS' "Dynamite," continues to prove itself as more than a one-off hit, as it is only predicted to drop two positions next week to #3, which is incredibly stable when compared to other drops from #1 that happened this year
Aubrey Graham's "Laugh Now Cry Later," the lead single to his sixth studio album Certified Lover Boy, once again stalls at the #2 position, being blocked by WAPs everywhere
ONTD, is "WAP" your song of the summer? Have you learned the dance yet?