Kanye West debuts on the Hot 100 this week with a song that's eight years old. Gone (featuring Cam'ron and Consequence), from West's 2005 sophomore album Late Registration, starts at No. 18 after a YouTube clip featuring the song as a backing track went viral. (Per Billboard policy, songs showing renewed activity past their initial release cycles are eligible to chart if ranking in the top half of the Hot 100 and genre hybrid rankings.)

The song's revival started when Marina Shifrin, a writer and comedian, quit her job as a video editor by creating a video for her boss in which she dances around her deserted office (at 4:30 a.m.) to the appropriately-themed Gone.

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