According to the magazine's site, the Detroit rapper's breakout track debuted at No. 43 on the on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. The track has also been buzzing on the realtime Billboard + Twitter Emerging Artists chart.
In the week ending October 19, it sold 11,000, according to Nielsen SoundScan (up 46 percent).
The track is doing exceptionally well in New York. The song has leading radio support from WQHT New York (Hot 97) where it collected one-third of its radio audience in the week ending October 21 (2.1 million out of 7 million, according to Nielsen BDS).
The song was the seventh most-played cut at Hot 97 for the week.
Loaf recently spoke on her latest mixtape and revealed that she's ready to start working on her album.
"It's just me speaking on different stories and where I'm a in life now," DeJ said of her latest project during an interview with The Source. "Everything is from the bottom of my soul. That's how I do it, you know what I mean? Everything just happened for a reason. I'm here today. The first mixtape I was telling all my business — go back and listen to it if you haven't — and this time around I'm still giving y'all these stories, letting y'all know what's going on in my life. It's just good music.
"The mixtape came super fast because I was working on it before all of this happened, so it was kinda perfect timing to put it out. This is old to me but new to everybody else. I'm in album mode- I'm ready. We'll see. It's gonna be crazy."