Just one week after "TROLLZ" hit the lead position on the Hot 100, giving 6ix9ine his first No. 1 and Nicki Minaj her second, the song has dropped all the way to No. 34 on the chart, setting a new record for the biggest fall from the No. 1 rank to another.
Prior to this 33-spot slip, The Weeknd's "Heartless" held the high mark for the largest drop, moving from 1-17 on the chart dated Dec. 21, 2019.
But it's unlikely that anyone will beat the record for the largest overall drop from No. 1, owned by Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas Is You," which completely vanished from the chart after three weeks as the leader around the holiday season earlier this year.
As for the new head honcho on the Hot 100, that title returns to DaBaby and Roddy Ricch, whose "Rockstar" has made its way back to the top for the third total week after being bumped down to the No. 2 position.
Originally coming as part of DaBaby's latest album BLAME IT ON BABY, the track continues to surge off the strength of its TikTok dance craze and the recently released "Black Lives Matter" remix.
Its rank on the next updated Hot 100 could also benefit from the official apocalypse-themed short film that dropped on Friday, as well as the pair's performance for the BET Awards, which was later trending at #1 on YouTube.
Other highlights from the Independence Day-dated chart include Jack Harlow and Lil Mosey each grabbing their first top 10 records with "WHATS POPPIN" and "Blueberry Faygo" respectively.
Interestingly, both tracks received video treatments from Cole Bennett's Lyrical Lemonade production company, highlighting the influence of the Chicago-based brand.
Harlow also teamed up with DaBaby, Lil Wayne and Tory Lanez for a monster remix of "WHATS POPPIN," which you can listen to right here.