For the third week, Cardi B's song, WAP, which features Megan Thee Stallion, took the number one spot on the Billboard Global 200 Chart. The pair's other track, BTS Dynamite, has taken the top spot this week on the Billboard Global Excl. US, and second on the Billboard Global 200.
The two charts premiered last month, where they listed the top songs depending on the streaming and sales activity collected from over 200 territories around the world.
The Billboard Global 200 Chart is inclusive of worldwide data and the Billboard Global Excl. US comprises data from territories excluding the US.
WAP, which is on top for the third time, collected over 76.3 million global streams and 11,000 global downloads sold in the last week of September.
Dynamite has topped the Global Excl US chart for the third week, has reach a total of 75.2 million streams and has sold 15,000 downloads in territories outside US in the last week of September.
To round up the Top 10 Billboard Global 200 Chart, 24kGoldn's Mood, which features Iann Dior, returned to no. 3. Internet Money and Gunna's Lemonade took no. 4, Maluma's Hawái taking no. 5. Justin Bieber's Holy, which features Chance the Rapper, takes no. 6 and Travis Scott's Franchise, featuring Young Thug and M.I.A, who got over 39.7 million global streams came in no. 7. Coming in no. 8 was Jawsh and Jason Derulo's Savage Love ahead of The Weeknd's Blinding Lights. Last but not least, Pop Smoke's For the Night, featuring Lil Baby and DaBaby, remained in no. 10.
Rounding up the Top 10 Billboard Global Excl. US was a steady week where 24kGoldn's Mood took no. 2, Maluma's Hawái placed in no. 3, Cardi B's WAP took no. 4, and Justin Bieber's Holy took no. 5.
Coming to the last 5 places, Jason Derulos Savage Love takes no. 6, The Weeknd's Blinding Lights dropped from no. 6 to no. 7. Taking no. 8 is Sech, Daddy Yankee and J Balvin's Relacion, Internet Money and Gunna's Lemonade is at no. 9, and closing the Top 10 is Harry Styles' Watermelon Sugar.