Bieber gets his 20th Hot 100 to 10 places.
Plus, Justin BieberFeaturing “Sacred” Opportunity for the rapper, Debuts 3rd in the Hot 100. In particular, the song is the 20th Hot 100 to 10 for Bieber, making him the 20th artist to reach a milestone in ranking history.
The Hot 100 mixes all types of US streaming, radio air play and sales data. All charts (dated October 3) will be updated tomorrow (September 29) on Billboard.com. For all chart messages, you can follow ill billboard and ill billboard charts on both Twitter and Instagram.
Released on Bighit Entertainment / Columbia Records, “Dynamite” topped the Hot 100 dated September 5 and topped the September 12 charts before spending the next two weeks at No. 2. According to Nielsen Music / MRC Data, 14 million US streams (up 11%) and 153,000 downloads (up 96%) were sold in the week ended September 24th. It attracted a record 20.8 million Radio Air Play viewership (up to 8%) for the week ended September 27.
Supporting “Dynamite” for the week ending September 24 were four new remixes released on September 18: its “Bedroom,” “Midnight,” “Retro” and “Slow Jam” mixes, all together accounting for 52% of the song ‘Overall for Week Sale. The “Poolside” and “Tropical” remix of “Dynamite” was released on August 28th, the original and instrumental versions and the ETM and sound remix were released on August 21st, all versions sold for 69 cents in the first five weeks.
Liso’s “Truth Hurts”, which led to five consecutive frames in September-October 2019, was the first song to hit digital song sales for the first five weeks. The first song to rule Lil for at least five weeks in a row was Nass X’s “Old Town Road” with Billy Ray Cyrus, merging its last eight total of 16 weeks in July-August 2019.
On the Hot 100, “Dynamite” was the first song to top the duo or group for at least three weeks in almost two years, as Maroon’s “Girls Like You”, featuring Cardi B, dominated for seven weeks in September. November 2018.
Cardi B’s “Wap”, featuring Megan Fire Stallion, topped the Hot 100 at No. 1 after four consecutive weeks, making its August 22 rankings debut. (It topped the charts for the first two weeks; its third and fourth frames were No. 2; and its fifth and sixth weeks were No. 1.)
“WAP” leads streaming songs to sixth week (35.8 million, 14% off); 3-5 decline in digital song sales (9,000, 23% decline); And climbing 21-20 on radio songs (33 million, up to 1%). This adds up to the seventh week in both Hot R&B / Hip-Hop Songs And Hot rap songs Charts use multiple metric methods, such as the Hot 100.
Justin Bieber’s “Holly” features Sans the Rapper, which starts at number 3 on the Hot 100. Released on September 18, the song was ranked 47th in streaming songs (26 million) and digital song sales (27,000) and radio songs (18.6 million).
Bieber reached his 20th Hot 100 to 10, becoming the 20th artist and the 10th soloist in the history of Hot 100, reaching the milestone of the beginning of the chart on August 4, 1958. He first reached the region in February 2010 when “Baby” with Ludacris took its 5th place.
Very hot 100 top 10s
34, The Beatles
30, Michael Jackson
28, Mariah Carey
28, Taylor Swift
28, Stevie Wonder
27, Janet Jackson
27, Elton John
25, Lil Wayne
25, Elvis Presley
23, Whitney Houston
23, Paul McCartney
23, The Rolling Stones
20, Justin Bieber
20, The Supremes
Sans the rapper gets his third hot 100 to 10 spot, all along with Bieber. DJ with PJ, Sans the Rapper, Guavo and Lil Wayne. Wayne launched in August 2018 at its 5th peak.
Drake’s “Laugh Now Cry Later”, starring Lil Dirk, drops 3-4 on the Hot 100, making its No. 2 debut. It topped the charts at 13-10 (46.8 million, 18%), ranking 24th and 10th on the track (and Lil Turk’s first). Drake surpasses Maria Carey (23) in the first 10 of the second most popular radio songs, after Rihanna’s 29, with a 1990 appearance.
24kGoldn’s “Mood” features Ion Dior, who made it to the top five of the Hot 100, rising 6-5, topping the multi-metric. Hot Rock & Alternative Songs And Hot alternative songs Charts for the fifth week.
The seven-week Hot 100 leader “Rockstar” featuring Roddy Rich retreats 4-6 and The Weekend’s former four – week No. 1 “Blinding Lights” retreats 5-7, after a 28-week record in the top five. The latter rules the multi-metric Hot R&B songs Chart for the 28th week of recording.
Harry Styles’ former one-week hot 100 leader “Watermelon Sugar” fell 7-8 and Jash 685 and Jason Terrulo’s “Savage Love (Lox – Siren Beat)” fell 8-9 to 7th.
Around the top 10 spots of the Hot 100, KP Barrett’s “I Hope” returns from 11th to 11th, ranking first in Multi-Metric Hot folk songs Chart for Week 10
Again, for all chart messages, you can follow ill billboard and ill billboard charts on both Twitter and Instagram and all charts (dated Oct. 3) including Hot 100 will be updated on Billboard.com tomorrow (September 29). .