Honey G's single The Honey G Show has proved an epic flop in the charts this week.
The Honey G Show was put out to download last Friday and quickly shot up to the Top 10 of the chart.
However following the initial surge of downloads from a few dedicated fans, the song dropped dramatically and tonight made its debut at Number 149 in the official charts.
The flop result of the song could mean the beginning of the end of Honey G's rap career.
Right now, Honey G just has a single deal with Simon Cowell's record label and the success (or not) of her songs will decide if an album follows.
The former IT recruitment manager turned the UK's next Genuine Urban Artist added to DigitalSpy: "What I want to do is negotiate a deal. We want to make it happen.
"I don't think there is a specific timescale - I think they are allowed to make two singles with me, and then if they make a third, they have to make an album."
Based on the results of this first single, we reckon a Honey G album is unlikely any time soon...
Little Mix reclaim album Number 1
Away from Honey G's epic flop, former X Factor winners Little Mix continue on a high with their album Glory Days back in pole position on the Official Albums Chart (via OfficialCharts.com).
The girls grab the final Number 1 album of 2016, enjoying the top of the charts for a third non-consecutive week with their fourth record, the first to reach the chart summit. The fastest selling of the group's releases, Glory Days has yet to leave the Top 5 since its release in November.
And over on the singles chart, Little Mix’s former Number 1 single Shout Out To My Ex is also on the up again, climbing seven places to Number 6 this week.
Elsewhere, last year's winner Louisa Johnson is up seven to Number 18 with So Good.