No problem: Taylor Swift’s “Anti-Hero” returns to No. 1 this week, up from No. 8, for a seventh week at the top of the Billboard Hit 100 Songs chart. With this latest frame at the summit, Swift tied her longest Hot 100 command, first set by “Blank Space” in 2014-15.
Additionally, David Guetta and Bebe Rexha’s “I’m Fine (Blue)” hits 19-4 on the Hot 100, entering the top five in its first week, and two singles at No. Top 10 of the week: “The Weekend to Die For You” (26-8) and Beyoncé’s “Cough It Up” (38-10). The Weeknd earns her 16th Top 10 and Beyoncé Banks her 21st.
All songs in the top 10 of the Hot 100 leave the chart as a holiday hit in the ranking (which reflects the week following December 30-January 5). A week ago, eight seasonal songs landed in the top 10, led by Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You,” which spent 12 weeks at No. 1, 64 years on the chart. The best for a holiday title. This week’s history is the third after the 2019 and 2021 holiday seasons, in which modern carols left the list directly from number one, and it’s the only song to disappear like that (along with Carey celebrated This first: “It’s worth another record!”)
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“Anti-Hero,” released on Republic Records, reached 83.8 million radio airplay impressions (up 4%), 17.2 million streams (up 2%) and sold 6,000 (up 2%) from December 30 to January 30. 1% down). 5, according to Luminate.
The single rebounds from No. 2 for a fourth week on the Digital Singles Sales chart, sets Radio Songs for a third straight week and climbs 37-4 after two weeks atop Streaming Songs.
As “Anti-Hero” tops the Hot 100 for a seventh week, Swift matches her longest reign: “Blank Space” dominated for seven frames in 2014-15. Here’s a look at Week 1 for her nine seniors:
Week 1 Number, Title, Date 1 Reached:
7, “Anti-Hero”, November 5, 2022
7, “Blank Space,” November 29, 2014
4, “Destroy,” September 6, 2014
3, “Look What You Made Me Do,” September 16, 2017
3, “We’ll Never Be Together Again,” September 1, 2012
1, “All Very Good (Taylor Version),” Nov. 27, 2021
1, “Willow,” December 26, 2020
1, “Cardigan,” August 8, 2020
1, “Bad Blood,” feat. Kendrick Lamar, June 6, 2015
“Anti-Hero” debuted atop the Hot 100 as Swift made history as the first artist to monopolize all of the chart’s Top 10 in one week, with tracks from her entire album midnight.
Sam Smith and Kim Petras’ “No Holy” jumps 10-2 on the Hot 100, after it topped the chart dated Oct. 29.
SZA’s “Kill Bill” makes its third Hot 100 high, up from No. 11, as it leads the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot R&B Songs, which use the same methodology as the Hot 100, each quarter. for the week The track is from her album S.O.Swhich claimed its fourth week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. The song has achieved success despite its lack of an official video, although SZA teased a clip of it (“Filmed by Kristen Bracelor”) on December 29.
David Guetta and Bebe Rexha’s “I’m Fine (Blue)” debuts 19-4 on the Hot 100, up from its predecessor’s No. 7 debut. Guetta is tied for her career-best single, previously set by Usher’s “Without You” in 2011 and “Turn Me On” featuring Nicki Minaj in 2012. Guetta also placed in the top five with “Sexy Chick” featuring Akon. No. 5, 2010). Rickshaw adds his second top five entry following “Meant to Be” with Florida Georgia Line (No. 2, 2018). “Good” meanwhile crowns the Multimetrics Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart for 16 weeks.
Notably, “Good” bests the song’s Hot 100 peak that draws it to its base: Eiffel’s 65 “Blue (Da Ba De)”, which reached No. 6 in January 2000. .
Drake and 21 Savage’s “Rich Flex” returns to the Hot 100, 21-5, after spending its first three weeks on the chart at No. 2 in November. The collaboration controls the Multimetric Hot Rap Songs chart for an eighth week.
Metro Boomin, The Weeknd and 21 Savage’s “Creepin'” climbs 22-6 on the Hot 100, after it debuted at its No. 5 peak in December, and Harry Styles’ “The Way It Was” After 15 weeks, the 31-7 peak peaked at number one in early April, the fourth-longest reign in the chart’s history.
The week’s “Die for You” vaults 26-8 on the Hot 100, led by 67.3 million airplay viewers (up 3%) and 9.9 million streams (up 10%).
The song reached the top 10 of the Hot 100 six years after its original release on Album of the Week. the starcreated by Interactive on TikTok (which currently does not participate Billboardcharts). This lead to increased airplay and popularity of the song, as the track peaked at No. 4 on the radio singles.
Arriving in 2016, Hitsong Deconstructed (which analyzes the compositional characteristics of the 100 Top 10s) notes that “Die For You” “fits the latest trend of synth-heavy Top 10s, which is 2020 and doubled between 2022. – a quarter of such songs, and the continued popularity of R&B, which has remained constant in half of all Top 10s for the past two years.
The Weeknd racked up his career tally of 16 Hot 100 top 10s, while the star produces his third, after the title cut topped the chart for one week in January 2017, his third of six No. 1s, and “I Feel It Coming” on April 4 Cut in, both songs with Daft Punk.
Steve Lacy’s “Bad Habit” returns 30-9 on the Hot 100 after three weeks at No. 1 in October. It simultaneously topped the multi-metric Hot Rock and Alternative Songs, Hot Rock Songs and Hot Alternative Songs charts for every 20 weeks.
Rounding out the Hot 100’s top 10, Beyoncé’s “Cuff It” rises 38-10, with 55.8 million radio reaches (up 4%), 8.3 million streams (up 22%) and 3,000 sold (16% above).
Beyoncé earns her 21st Hot 100 Top 10 as a soloist. She scored second from her latest album, the renaissance, after “Break My Soul” spent two weeks at number one in August. This set is her first to spin multiple top 10s I… Sasha is tough In 2008–09 it earned four: “Consent Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” (No. 1, four weeks), “If I Were a Boy” (No. 3), “Halo” (No. 5) and ” Sweet Dreams” (No. 10).
Notably, Destiny’s Child, with Beyoncé as a member, charted 10 Hot 100 Top 10s from 1998-2005. When “Break My Soul” dropped in August, the superstar joined elite company with at least 20 solo top 10s and 10 in a group — and became the first woman to achieve the feat. Michael Jackson had 30 solo top 10s and 11s on Jackson 5/The Jacksons, while Paul McCartney had 23 solos (including his output with Wings) and 34 on The Beatles. (By contrast, the Supremes scored 20 top 10s, including six by Diana Ross and the Supremes, and Ross reached 12 as a soloist.)
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