Bishop's "Blueberry Hundreds" battles Rick Ross, King Combs on Digtracks Hip Hop Charts
After debuting in the top 40 just 1 week ago, Bishop's "Blueberry Hundreds" has made a rapid ascension up the Digtracks weekly hip hop chart.
The rankings are some of the most competitive in hip hop; just one week ago Jay-Z sat at the top of the charts and now one week later WizKid and Ty Dolla Sign sit at #1.
Hopes are high that Bishop will claim the first peak position of his own career; now sitting at #15 in the rankings he has quite a few spots to go, but he sits above some pretty notable names, including but not limited to Rick Ross, Meek Mill, Jay-Z and Chief Keef.
Maybach Music recording artist Wale sits at #16 with the single "Fine Girls" from his album "SHINE," while up and comer King Combs sits at #17 with his single "F**k The Summer Up."
Marketing director of Forbes Music Entertainment D'ron Forbes described Bishop as having a "bright future in hip hop," and if he makes #1 it will not only be his first as an artist but also his first cart topping single as a producer, as he also produced the single.
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