The Flex Entertainment Hot 100 is the music industry standard record chart in the United States for Flex Entertainment songs, published weekly by Crownnote. Chart rankings are based on YouTube, SoundCloud, and Spotify streams in the United States. The chart was created by Beetlebat.

The weekly tracking period is from Friday to Thursday. A new chart is compiled and officially released to the public by Flex Entertainment on Fridays.

The first number one song of the Flex Entertainment Hot 100 was "Dog Walk" by Submarine Man, on January 17, 2020. As of the issue for the week ending on April 30, 2021, the Flex Entertainment Hot 100 has had 13 different number one entries. The chart's current number-one song is "Trombone Attacc" by Lil Mosquito Disease.

History[edit | edit source]

In January 2020, Lil Mosquito Disease asked for someone to make a Flex Entertainment songs chart similar to the Billboard Hot 100. Beetle was the one who offered to put the list together. The debut Flex Entertainment chart, released on January 17, ranked the most popular Flex Entertainment songs of all time. The first number one was "Dog Walk" by Submarine Man. The following week would track the weekly plays. "Diamond Ores" by Jake G spent fourteen weeks at number one, the first song to reach ten weeks at the top spot. The song with the most weeks at number one is "Bones" by Emily Finchum with twenty-one weeks. On April 3, 2020, "Jessica" by Big Baller B became the first song to debut at number one. After spending 47 weeks on the chart, "Trombone Attacc" by Lil Mosquito Disease reached number one, the longest climb for a song in history. "Freezin" by Yung Lambo reached the top ten in its 21st week, which is also a current record.

Compilation[edit | edit source]

The tracking week for streaming begins on Friday and ends on Thursday. A new chart is compiled and officially released to the public by Flex Entertainment on Friday. For example:

  • Friday, January 1 – streaming tracking-week begins
  • Thursday, January 7 – streaming tracking-week ends
  • Friday, January 8 – new chart released

Policies[edit | edit source]

  • Only songs that were released under the Flex Entertainment label are allowed to chart.
  • Singles and album cuts are all allowed on the chart.
  • The chart tracks only YouTube, SoundCloud, and Spotify streams.
  • The chart also tracks radio streams from the Flex Entertainment Discord's bot. This will count as extra points for the song.
  • Remixes for songs will be included in the point count. If the remix is popular enough, it will replace the original version on the chart. (Example: Ran Out of Gucci (Remix) by JJ LOVES SOME GRU featuring Hood Guy).
  • As of 2020, songs from 2018 or older are not eligible for the chart. This is the hottest new singles chart. There will be an exception if the song is more popular than it ever has been. (Example: "Dog Walk" by Submarine Man and "Bones" by Emily Finchum from 2018). The song's points will be split in half.
  • There is a recurrent rule where if you have spent more than twenty weeks on the chart and below the top 50, you will leave the chart. If you have spent more than fifty-two weeks on the chart and below the top 10, you will leave the chart.

List of Flex Entertainment Hot 100 number ones[edit | edit source]

No. Song Artist Date Weeks
1 "Dog Walk" Submarine Man January 17, 2020 1
2 "Diamond Ores" Jake G January 24, 2020 10
3 "Jessica" Big Baller B April 3, 2020 1
re "Diamond Ores"

Jake G

April 10, 2020 2 (12)
re "Dog Walk" Submarine Man April 24, 2020 1 (2)
re "Diamond Ores" Jake G May 1, 2020 2 (14)
re "Dog Walk" Submarine Man May 15, 2020 3 (5)
4 "Gravity Falls" Yung Fiji Water June 5, 2020 1
re "Dog Walk" Submarine Man June 12, 2020 2 (7)
5 "Bones" Emily Finchum June 26, 2020 21
6 "Die Very Rough" Yung Lambo November 20, 2020 1
re "Bones" Emily Finchum November 27, 2020 1 (22)
7 "Trombone Attacc" Lil Mosquito Disease December 4, 2020 7
8 "See Me No More" Lil AK Trap January 22, 2021 2
9 "Backseat" Tending Bike & The Weeknd February 5, 2021 1
10 "Five Dollar Foot Long" Kid Phang February 12, 2021 2
11 "Stinky Pinky (Hood Guy Diss Track)" Yung Lambo February 26, 2021 2
re "Five Dollar Foot Long" Kid Phang March 12, 2021 2 (4)
12 "I Don't Like K-Pop" Depp Gibbs March 26, 2021 1
re "Five Dollar Foot Long" Kid Phang April 2, 2021 1 (5)
13 "SIMP ZONE" Big Baller B April 9, 2021 1
re "Trombone Attacc" Lil Mosquito Disease April 16, 2021 3+ (10)

Achievements and Milestones[edit | edit source]

Most Weeks at Number One[edit | edit source]

  • "Bones" by Emily Finchum (22 Weeks)
  • "Diamond Ores" by Jake G (14 Weeks)
  • "Trombone Attacc" by Lil Mosquito Disease (10 Weeks)
  • "Dog Walk" by Submarine Man (7 Weeks)
  • "Five Dollar Foot Long" by Kid Phang (5 Weeks)
  • "See Me No More" by Lil AK Trap, "Stinky Pinky" by Yung Lambo (2 Weeks)

Most Total Weeks in the Top Ten[edit | edit source]

  • Trombone Attacc" by Lil Mosquito Disease (66 Weeks)
  • "Footi" by Submarine Man (57 Weeks)
  • "Dog Walk" by Submarine Man, "Stinko Foot" by Submarine Man (54 Weeks)
  • "Mo Foota" by Submarine Man, "Jessica" by Big Baller B (26 Weeks)
  • "I Don't Like K-Pop" by Depp Gibbs (24 Weeks)
  • "Bones" by Emily Finchum, "Tired" by Emily Finchum, "Get Shot" by Lil Mosquito Disease (23 Weeks)

Most Weeks on the Top 100[edit | edit source]

  1. "Trombone Attacc" by Lil Mosquito Disease (68 Weeks)
  2. "Footi" by Submarine Man (60 Weeks)
  3. "Stinko Foot" by Submarine Man (55 Weeks)
  4. "Dog Walk" by Submarine Man (54 Weeks)
  5. "Mo Foota" by Submarine Man (52 Weeks)
  6. "Yah Yeet" by JJ Loves Some Gru (52 Weeks)
  7. "Jessica" by Big Baller B (52 Weeks)
  8. "The Evolution of Music" by Travis Scotch (43 Weeks)
  9. "Get Shot" by Lil Mosquito Disease (38 Weeks)
  10. "I Don't Like K-Pop" by Depp Gibbs (37 Weeks)
  11. "On The Regular" by beetlebat (36 Weeks)
  12. "Just For Show" by Lil Mosquito Disease (36 Weeks)
  13. "Freezin" by Yung Lambo (30 Weeks)

Highest Debut[edit | edit source]

  • "Jessica" by Big Baller B (#1)
  • "Gravity Falls" by Yung Fiji Water (#1)
  • "See Me No More" by Lil AK Trap (#1)
  • "Five Dollar Foot Long" by Kid Phang (#1)
  • "33rd Trombone Attacc" by Lil Mosquito Disease (#2)
  • "This One" by YVS $tar (#2)

Biggest Leap[edit | edit source]

  • "Eat, Sleep, Flex, Repeat" by Yung Schmoobin (100-14) (+86)
  • "GUAP" by Tending Bike (96-13) (+83)
  • "I AM ARIANA GRANDE" by WT & Lil Meat (95-18) (+77)
  • "Crazy" by Lil AK Trap (89-10) (+72)
  • "Addicted To U" by LVN Filo (85-13) (+72)
  • "The Evolution of Music" by Travis Scotch (100-29) (+71)

Biggest Drop[edit | edit source]

  • "This One" by YVS $tar (2-92) (-90)
  • "Glizzy" by Tending Bike (11-100) (-89)
  • "GUAP" by Tending Bike (8-96) (-88)
  • "I AM ARIANA GRANDE" by WT & Lil Meat (9-59) (-86)
  • "Potato Wedges (Interlude)" by WT (8-92) (-84)
  • "Free Robux" by WT (9-93) (-84)
  • "7-11" by WT (10-94) (-84)

Biggest Drop off the Hot 100[edit | edit source]

  • "Bones" by Emily Finchum (#1)
  • "Fooling Mode" by blackman69 (#3)
  • "Die Very Rough" by Yung Lambo (#3)
  • "Footi" by Submarine Man (#3)
  • "Tired" by Emily Finchum (#5)
  • "New World Order" by YVS $tar (#5)

Most Number-One Singles[edit | edit source]

  • Yung Lambo, Big Baller B (2)

Most Cumulative Weeks at Number One[edit | edit source]

  • Emily Finchum (22)
  • Jake G (14)
  • Lil Mosquito Disease (10)
  • Submarine Man (7)
  • Kid Phang (5)
  • Yung Lambo (3)
  • Lil AK Trap (2)
  • Big Baller B (2)

Most Top 10 Singles[edit | edit source]

  • Lil Mosquito Disease, Big Baller B (12)
  • Yung Lambo (10)
  • Lil Squeaky (9)
  • WT (8)
  • Jake G, Travis Scotch (7)
  • Emily Finchum (6)
  • Submarine Man (5)
  • hategyft (5)

Most Hot 100 Entries[edit | edit source]

  • CRZFawkz (100)
  • Lil Mosquito Disease (88)
  • Lil Squeaky (86)
  • Hood Guy (69)
  • Wild Wes (68)
  • WT (67)
  • Yung Lambo (61)
  • Big Baller B (58)
  • Mr. Ice (41)
  • Yung Garfield (37)
  • Depp Gibbs (35)
  • LVN Filo (32)
  • Emily Finchum (31)

Controversies[edit | edit source]

The chart has been subject to a number of controversies during its time. A prominent source of disputes and criticism is the method by which the chart accumulates points; in particular, songs with at least 1,000 streams on Spotify have a massive and unfair advantage over songs that do not, assuming that the artist does not explicitly send Beetlebat the streams for a given song. The chart has also undergone criticism for how the top 10 is virtually always the same, and very old songs still appear on the chart and occupy the top 10 despite their age.

There have also been a number of more specific controversies:

  • Perhaps the most infamous controversy came about when Yung Garfield's song "Cosby" took a suspiciously large fall in its second week on the chart, despite its massive second-week numbers on all platforms, including YouTube and SoundCloud, which are much easier to measure. This sparked a massive outcry from Yung Garfield and a number of other artists, who claimed the charts were flawed and that there must have been a miscount. Beetlebat vehemently defended the accuracy of the song's placement on the chart, stating that the second-week numbers were much lower than Garfield thought they were. Beetle addressed this issue, claiming that Garfield had not sent in Spotify numbers that would have assisted its chart position. This controversy sparked Garfield's single "Better Flex Charts," as well as a short-lived plan to develop an entirely different chart system.
  • Many people believe Beetlebat is biased towards placing Emily Finchum songs high because she is a girl. Almost none of the songs are talked about within the Flex community, but they occupy at least half of the top 10 on many occasions, and her songs have dominated ever since (there has not been another #1 song on the chart since "Bones" went to #1). Fans have called Beetlebat a "simp" for constantly giving Emily higher placements than many believe she deserves, especially considering the poor weekly performance of her songs on Youtube; despite very large view counts, the songs don't accumulate many views in a given week. Beetle addressed this issue by stating that Emily has the highest Spotify numbers in the entire label. "Bones" is said to be getting 10-20K streams a week.
  • Lil Squeaky's 2018 song "MANNY" had a resurgence in July 2020, and was projected to debut within the top 20, but Beetlebat did not put it on the chart. He claimed the song was too old to chart, and that older songs from Submarine Man and Emily Finchum were allowed to chart because they were "more popular than ever." However, "MANNY" had accumulated far more streams than ever that week, almost quadrupling in SoundCloud streams, and thus it should have charted. Beetlebat owned up to his mistake, and placed it on the chart the next week; however, the resurgence was short-lived, and it dropped off the chart the week after.
  • Ya Boy Payden was banned from the Flex Entertainment Hot 100 for his first week, due to very high suspicions from numerous people that he was botting his streams. Payden continues to deny that he committed any sort of streaming fraud, but nobody believes him. It is speculated that the massive streams come from one of his friends who had his entire mixtape on loop for a week.
  • Beetlebat has received criticism for having an unfair advantage on the charts since he can see all of his streaming numbers on all services and count those towards his chart positions.
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