Mustard Procures His First Hot 100 No. 1 as a Maker Because of Kendrick ‘Dislike Us’

The diss track likewise denotes an intriguing pioneer wrote by a solitary essayist.

As Kendrick “Dislike Us” dispatches at No. 1 on the Bulletin Hot 100 (dated May 18), the rapper handles his fourth chief on the rundown as a recording craftsman. In the mean time, its maker, Mustard, beat the Hot 100 without precedent for that job.

Mustard created five past Hot 100 top 10s, going back north of 10 years. Here is a recap of his top-cresting hits on the outline as a maker:

No. 1, multi week to date, May 18, “Dislike Us,” recorded by Kendrick Lamar
No. 5, July 21, 2018, “Boo’d Up,” Ella Mai
No. 6, Oct. 25, 2014, “Don’t Tell Them,” Jeremih accomplishment. YG
No. 7, July 2, 2016, “Required Me,” Rihanna
No. 7, Feb. 18, 2012, “Rack City,” Tyga
No. 8, April 7, 2018, “Freaky Friday,” Lil Dicky accomplishment. Chris Brown

Concerning Lamar, he exclusively “Dislike Us,” the top-diagramming Hot 100 hit in the midst of his red hot diss track fight with Drake. He co-composed his past three No. 1s as a recording craftsman.

Exclusively composed Hot 100 No. 1s have in essence vanished starting from the beginning of the 2000s. Here is a glance at the portion of pioneers composed by a solitary individual throughout the course of recent many years (following the study’s 1958 beginning):

1960s: 29%
1970s: 44%
1980s: 42%
1990s: 24%
2000s: 6%
2010s: 4%
2020s: 7%

This long time, only five of 76 melodies to hit No. 1 on the Hot 100 interestingly have been composed by one individual (a 7% appearance that, while decreased contrasted with a significant part of the outline’s set of experiences, denotes the most noteworthy since the ’90s). Out of the blue tying seasonal happiness to Lamar and Drake’s cold, “Dislike Us” is the graph’s most memorable performance wrote pioneer since Brenda Lee’s “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” drove for a very long time starting in December; Johnny Imprints composed the ditty, which was initially delivered in 1958.

Before that, Oliver Anthony Music’s self-wrote “Rich Men North of Richmond” controlled the Hot 100 for a very long time starting last August. The other two exclusively composed No. 1s during the 2020s drove consecutive in 2022 (denoting the main arrangement of sequential such pioneers starting around 2000): the gathering Encanto hit “We Don’t Discuss Bruno,” composed by Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Glass Creatures’ “Intensity Waves,” wrote by the gathering’s Dave Bayley.

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