DaBaby hits No. 1 on Billboard‘s Hot 100 Songwriters chart (dated Oct. 12) for the first time, thanks to 18 songwriting entries on the latest weekly Hot 100 ranking.
Included are all 13 tracks from the rapper’s new album, Kirk, which launches at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 145,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music.“Intro” (co-written with De’Juane Dunwood) leads the way at No. 13 on the Hot 100, followed by “Bop” (co-written with JetsonMade and Anton Mendo) at No. 19.
Here’s a look at all 18 of the songwriting credits on the latest Hot 100 for DaBaby:
Rank, Artist Billing, Title (songwriters in addition to DaBaby)
No. 13, DaBaby, “Intro” (De’Juane Dunwood)
No. 19, DaBaby “Bop” (JetsonMade, Anton Mendo)
No. 20, DaBaby, “Suge” (JetsonMade, Pooh Beatz)
No. 21, DaBaby, “Vibez” (JetsonMade, Dondre Moore, Jasper Lee Harris)
No. 26, Lil Baby & DaBaby, “Baby” (Lil Baby, Wheezy)
No. 28, DaBaby feat. Lil Baby & Moneybagg Yo, “Toes” (Kenny Beatz, Joseph Karnes, Jared Scharff, Jeremy Ruzumna)
No. 43, DaBaby & Nicki Minaj, “iPhone” (Nicki Minaj, SethInTheKitchen)
No. 44, Megan Thee Stallion feat. DaBaby, “Cash Shit” (Megan Thee Stallion, Lil Ju)
No. 47, DaBaby, “Off the Rip” (Sean Da Firzt)
No. 49, DaBaby feat. Kevin Gates, “Pop Star” (Kevin Gates, Alex Petit)
No. 51, DaBaby feat. Migos, “Raw Shit” (Offset, Quavo, Takeoff, Tahj Money)
No. 52, Post Malone feat. DaBaby, “Enemies” (Post Malone, Louis Bell, Billy Walsh)
No. 55, DaBaby feat. Chance the Rapper, Gucci Mane & YK Osiris, “Gospel” (YK Osiris, Chance the Rapper, Gucci Mane, JetsonMade, Kenyatta Griffin, Jay McCorkle)
No. 63, DaBaby feat. Stunna 4 Vegas, “Really” (Khalik Caldwell, SethInTheKitchen)
No. 69, DaBaby, “XXL” (Antwain L. Fox)
No. 73, DaBaby “Prolly Heard” (DJ Clue, Myles William, Mathias Liyew, Jiseok Lee)
No. 79, DaBaby feat. Offset, “Baby Sitter” (Offset, Mariibeatz, Go Grizzly)
No. 89, DaBaby, “There He Go” (London On Da Track)
The weekly Hot 100 Songwriters and Hot 100 Producers charts are based on total points accrued by a songwriter and producer, respectively, for each attributed song that appears on the Hot 100; plus, genre-based songwriter and producer charts follow the same methodology based on corresponding “Hot”-named genre charts. As with Billboard‘s yearly recaps, multiple writers or producers split points for each song equally (and the dividing of points will lead to occasional ties on rankings).