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Here’s an in-depth look at the coronation of “Levels” released in the Republican recordings on October 23 as the title track of Grande’s new album. Released October 30th. The song is the 1,113rd No. 1 on the Hot 100’s 62-year history.
Streams, Sales and Broadcast: According to Nielsen Music / MRC Data, “Levels” attracted 35.3 million U.S. streams and sold 34,000 in the week ended October 29th. In the week ending November 1, it topped the record of 19.9 million Radio Air Play viewers.
(Breaking sales of the song’s the first week, it sold 31,000 digital downloads and 3,000 CD singles on Grande’s online store for $ 5 each.)
Grande’s No. 5 & Record No. 5 Introduction: Here’s a remake of Grande’s five Hot 100 Numbers 1, all of which are top notch.
Title, Weeks in No. 1, Date of Introduction1
“Thanks You Next,” Seven, November 17, 2018
“7 Rings,” Eight, February 2, 2019
“Stuck” with “May 23, 2020” with Justin Bieber
“Rain on Me” with Lady Gaga, one (to date), June 6, 2020
“Positions,” one (to date), November 7, 2020
Grande makes history as the first artist to make five Hot 100 No.1 debuts. Justin Bieber, Mariah Carey, Drake and Travis Scott each lead the three.
Grande also became the first artist to make three No. 1 Hot 100 appearances in a single year, as “Stages” topped his three 2020 rankings with “Rain on Me” and “Stuck With You”.
Grande, who earns all three at intervals of five months and two weeks, is bestowed by Travis Scott (who is shy for a year in 2019-20) for rapidly amassing three No. 1 Hot 100 debuts.
This year Grantev’s No. 1: Grande is the first artist to top three songs in the Hot 100 in a single year since Drake tripled in 2018. Rihanna became the first woman (and anyone other than Drake) to perform this feat since climbing the number. 1 with four songs and Katy Perry did so with three songs, both in 2010.
In 1964 the Beatles set a one-year record through the top six Hot 100 No. 1s.
10th No. 1 Introduction to 2020: “Levels” means 45th single to start at number one in the Hot 100. This is it 10th place to do so in 2020 (All since April), with four songs entering the top spot in both 1995 and 2018, more than doubling the previous record in a single year.
No. 18 of 2020: “Levels” is the 18th song to top the Hot 100 for the first time in 2020. Indicates the highest number of first songs received since this year, 18 to 2007 (and most) since Nielsen Music / MRC data-based data began to chart the chart in November 1991).
Luke Comps’ “Above All” Ranked 2nd in the Hot 100, marking his top 10 spots. He previously ranked 11th in November 2019 for “Even If I Exit”.
“Forever” came from Comps’ album What you see is what you get, No Returning to number 1 On top of that Billboard 200 Its Oct. The song was among 23 deluxe re-releases (dubbed) What you see is not always available to you; “Exit” has been part of the LP since its release in November 2019). “Forever” Begins 29.1 Million U.S. Streams, 2nd Visiting Streaming Songs, Record 873,000 Air Play Audio Records and 52,000 Sells, Opening as Comps’ No. 1 Digital Song Sales.
“Forever” enters at once Hot folk songs Chart (which uses the same method as the Hot 100), which is the third number 1 of the comps.
Dig deep (comb?):
Top 100 Hot Introduction to a Male Artist: In September, Garth Brooks’ replacement Ego Chris Keynes appeared as a solo artist in the Hot Country songs for a single, surpassing the 5th premiere of “Lost in You”. 1999.
Of all the songs that have appeared on Hot Country songs, only one has debuted on the Hot 100 more than “Forever”: Gary Underwood’s “Inside Your Heaven”, which topped the Hot 100 on July 2, 2005. His coronation that year American statue Champion.
Introduced in Nos. 1 & 2: Thanks to Grande’s “Levels” and Comps’ “Above All”, the Hot 100 game debuts simultaneously. 1 and 2 for the third time. One such duo last appeared on November 14, 2015, on the chart, Adele’s “Hello” at number one and Bieber’s “Sorry” at number two.
Prior to that, on June 28, 2003, Hot 100, Clay Icon’s “This Is the Night” and Ruben Stuart’s “Wings Without Flying” entered No. 1 and 2, respectively, changing their results that season. American statue. (Quoted above from Underwood’s record and how Aiken and Studdard clearly reflect that StatueAt its peak, songs from the early 2000s to the mid-2000s helped create the big Hot 100 lens.)
Two countries win top 10: Meanwhile, two of the top 10 hot country songs in the top 10 of the Hot 100 are winning because Comps’ “Forever After All,” No. 2, joins KP Barrett’s “I Hope”, featuring Charlie Buth. No. 6 High. (The latter ranks 2nd in hot country songs after 14 weeks.)
This is the first such doubling since August 29, when Morgan Wallen’s “7 Summers” debuted at number 6 in the Hot 100 and “I Hope” in the top 10, a record since May 13, 2000, by Faith Hill’s “Breath” and Lonestar’s “Amaze”. Were placed in 3rd and 10th place in the Hot 100 respectively.
24k Gold’s “Mood”, featuring Ion Dior, peaked at number 3 on the Hot 100 two weeks later with 79 million radios, 19.2 million streams and 7,000 sales. This song ranks first among radio songs, being the first leader of every action. Completing an eight-week journey to the pinnacle of radio songs, it is rapidly advancing to number one this year, and Liso’s “Good as Hell” took just eight weeks to rule in November 2019. “Mood” tops many metrics Hot Rock & Alternative Songs And Hot alternative songs Charts for every 10th week and Hot rap songs To the third frame.
Drake’s “Laugh Now Cry Later”, starring Lil Dirk, drops to 3-4 on the Hot 100 after its No. 2 peak debut. It will simultaneously take first place in the multi-metric Hot R&B / Hip-Hop Songs Chart, where Drake reaches his 21st leader, along with the late legend Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder (20 each) ranked No. 1 in the rankings.
After spending four weeks in the top spot, the weekend’s “Blinding Lights” drops to 4-5 on the Hot 100. It ranks in the top five in the 31st week of the record, while adding the 37th week in the top 10, after the second Post Malone “Circles” (39 weeks, 2019-20). “Lights” leads to multi-metric Hot R&B songs Achievement chart at 33rd week.
As mentioned above, Barrett’s “I Hope”, featuring Bud, is ranked 6th in the top 10 of the Hot 100; Cardi B’s “Wap”, starring Megan Fire Stallion, drops to 2-7 at No. 1 four weeks later; Javsh 685 and Jason Terlulo’s “Savage Love (Locksmith – Siren Beat)” Retreat 5-8 In Week 1, with the help of PDS Remix; Internet money and Kunna’s “Lemonade”, featuring Dan Doliver and NAV, rise from No. 10 to the new 9th; And Justin Bieber’s “Holy”, featuring Sans the Rapper, which ranks 9-10 after falling 3-10.
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