The Weeknd has scored his third chart-topping hit.
After 6 weeks atop the Hot 100, Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles” has given way to The Weeknd’s “Starboy.” The Weeknd’s radio single has spent 14 weeks on the Hot 100, eight of which were spent in the #2 position. Now that the singer (real name Abel Tesfaye) has claimed the top spot for the week dated January 7th, he has 3 Hot 00 #1s under his belt, the others being 2015 singles “Can’t Feel My Face,” which spent 3 weeks at the top, and “The Hills,” which reigned for six weeks.
The song marks Daft Punk’s first #1 on the Hot 100, the closest they’d come being their Pharrell-assisted 2013 single, “Get Lucky,” which peaked at #2. Daft Punk worked on both “Starboy” and “I Feel It Coming” from The Weeknd’s new album, the latter of which is currently climbing the charts as well; currently sitting at #22.
Is Going to Law School Worth It Anymore?A 2015 study by the Access Group Center for Research and Policy Analysis found that only one in five people who graduated from law school between 2010 and 2015 strongly agreed that obtaining a law degree was worth the cost. Perhaps more troubling, only 38% of law school graduates, down from 56% between 2000 and 2009, described themselves as having a good job after graduation. With four out of five recent law school graduates at least somewhat regretting their decision to attend – and six out of 10 failing to find a good job after graduating – it makes sense to examine whether going to law school is still worth it in 2017. Keeping in mind the high tuition costs, interest rates and potential salaries, another good metric to consider would be its ROI (return on investment), calculated as its salary-to-debt ratio in a new study by online lender SoFi. Law School Costs
You can stream The Weeknd’s STARBOY album here.