Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion ‘WAP’ Becomes First-Ever No. 1 Female Rap Collab In U.K.

It took three weeks to get there, but Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s “WAP” (Atlantic) is now the U.K.’s best-selling single.

The U.S. hip-hop artists’ hit lifts 2-1 on the Official U.K. Singles Chart, to become the first-ever female rap collaboration to go to the summit in that country.

After two weeks at No. 2, the track snags 65,000 charts sales, including 8.5 million streams, to take the title, the Official Charts Company reports.

It’s a person best for both artists. Cardi’s previous peak on the U.K. chart was No. 5 for 2018’s “Finesse,” her collab with Bruno Mars. Megan’s previous high point was a No. 3 for “Savage” in May of this year.

“WAP” is just the second female-led single to hit the top this year, following Lady Gaga’s “Rain On Me” featuring Ariana Grande in May.

You’d have to go back to September 2014 for the last all-female collaboration to hit No. 1, Jessie J, Grande and Nicki Minaj’s “Bang Bang”.

The highest new entry on the current frame belongs to Calvin Harris and The Weeknd, as their team-up “Over Now” (Columbia/Republic Records/XO) starts at No. 33. It’s Harris’ 35th Top 40 entry as a named artist and The Weeknd’s 23rd.

Also, the Blackpink and Selena Gomez impact the Top 40 with their collab “Ice Cream” (Interscope). It’s new at No. 39. Prior to their latest treat, the K-pop quartet had Top 40s to their credit, and Gomez had 17.

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