Taylor Swift rules the Hot 100, David Guetta and Bebe Rexha top the top 10 – Billboard

Taylor Swift“Anti-Hero” “Anti-Hero” is in its fourth week at number one on the charts Billboard Hot 100 songs chart, including its entire run in the ranking so far.

while, David Guetta And the Bebe RexhaThe viral collaboration turned multi-track “I’m Good (Blue)” jumps to #7 on the Hot 100, becoming Guetta’s seventh top 10 hit and Rexha’s fourth.

In addition, “Unholy” by Sam Smith and Kim Petras is at No. 3 on the Hot 100, as the most-listened song on the US airwaves, topping radio songs Schedule.

The Hot 100 mixes all US airplay (official audio and official video), radio airplay, and sales data. All charts (dated November 26, 2022) will be updated on Billboard.com tomorrow (November 22). For all chart news, you can follow @Billboard and @Billboardcharts on Twitter and Instagram.

In the tracking week of November 11–17, “Anti-Hero” was released on Republic Records, recording 58.6 million radio airplay viewership impressions (up 14%), 27.3 million streams (down 12%) and 29,000 sales ( down 91%), according to Luminate.

The single is spending a second week at number one on the Digital song sales Schedule; Rebounds 11-2 after two weeks on top streaming songs; Jumps 9-4 for Best New Songs in Radio.

In particular, in The last week, “Anti-Hero” jumped 1,793% to 327,000 sold, boosted by seven new remixes released from November 7-10. In the tracking week of November 11-17, one remix of the song arrived (November 17), with ILLENIUM.

Swift tied for her second longest Hot 100 base chart, with “Shake It Off” leading for four weeks in 2014. Of her top nine hits, only the seven-week reign of “Blank Space” in 2014- 15th.

Three weeks ago, “Anti-Hero” debuted at the top of the Hot 100, as did Swift History presented As the first artist to monopolize the top ten in the survey in one week. Meanwhile, among the 64 bachelors who have It debuted atop the Hot 100“Anti-Hero” is only the fourteenth to spend at least four weeks on the chart at number one, and the first since BTS’s “Butter” topped the chart for its first seven weeks in June and July 2021 (before increasing its total to 10 non-weeks). consecutively in the lead).

A week after Drake dumped the Hot 100’s Top 10 with eight songsAll of his debuts, including seven with 21 Savage, the pair put four tracks in the territory: “Rich Flex” scored in the second week at #2, followed by “Main Distribution” (3-6); “Spin Boat You” (5-9); and “on the BS” (4-10).

“Rich Flex” adds a second week at number one on Streaming Songs (36.1 million streams, down 39%). It also posts a second week atop both Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs And the Hot rap songs Charts, which use the same methodology as the Hot 100.

Sam Smith and Kim Petras’ “Unholy” bounced back 10-3 on the Hot 100 (as longer hits climb amid the decline of Swift and Drake’s recent attacks), after topping the chart dated October 29. It also rose 5-1 on Radio Songs (66.3 million, up 17%, good for the Hot 100’s Airplay Gainer for the third week in a row). Smith had the third number one radio hit leader, behind “Dancing With a Stranger” with Normani (Two Weeks, 2019), and “Stay with Me” (Six, 2014). Petras reigns supreme on her broadcast account debut.

“Unholy” also hit No. 1 on the Mainstream Pop Airplay Top 40, becoming Smith’s second leader, after “Stay With Me” (Two Weeks, 2014), and the Beatras’ first.

Steve Lacy’s “Bad Habit” jumps 13-4 on the Hot 100, after three weeks at number one in October. The track simultaneously tops the multimeter Hot rock and alternative songsAnd the Hot rock songs And the Hot Alternative Songs Charts for the thirteenth week per and Hot R&B Songs for the eleventh frame.

Harry Styles’ “As It Was” climbs 17-5 on the Hot 100, after 15 weeks at number one starting in April, Fourth longest reign on the chart date.

David Guetta and Bebe Rexha’s “I’m Good (Blue)” charted 20-7 on the Hot 100, with 52.9 million streams (up 18%), 10.9 million streams (down 2%) and 6,000 streams sold (down 2%). down 4%).

The song parodies Eiffel 65’s Blue (Da Ba Dee), which hit No. 6 on the Hot 100 in 2000. (The original version is the latest Top 10 hit of the 2000s to hit the territory in a new form this year; notably Harlow’s “First Class” Jack, which ran for three weeks in April and May, reimagines Fergie’s 2007 #1 two-week hit “Glamorous,” featuring Ludacris.)

“[David] they played [“I’m Good”] At a festival after we cut it, and someone took a YouTube video and posted it, “Rexha He said recently painting‘s Pop Shop Podcast. Then someone found it and made a remix and posted it on TikTok. Then this big TikTok player posted it, and then it exploded off her page.

“It’s crazy, because you never know what people want,” added Rexha. Everyone was going crazy and saying, ‘We want this song! Why can’t we find it? And I was hitting David [saying]David, people really want this record! We should just turn it off! At this point, it’s viral on TikTok, and people are asking for it. Let’s just give people what they want. Let’s not judge it for what it is, just bring it up. It’s just a cool, fun record.”

Guetta’s seventh Hot 100 top 10 hit and first since “Hey Mama” – featuring Rexha, as well as Nicki Minaj and Afrojack (No. 8, 2015). He also joins Exclusive club of the acts that reached the top ten in the 2000s, 2000s and now in the 20s. Rexha ranks fourth on her top ten chart, after “Hey Mama”. “Me, Myself and I” with G-Eazy (No. 7, 2016); and “Meant to Be” with Florida Georgia Line (No. 2, 2018).

“I’m Good” at the same time adds its ninth week at number one on the Hot Dance / Electronic Songs Schedule.

Elsewhere in the top 10, Rihanna’s song “Lift Me Up” jumped from 22 to 8, two weeks after that. debuted at No. 2. The poem from the soundtrack to Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which premieres in theaters November 11. With the help of a fanfare from the movie broke world records In its opening weekend (November 11–13), the song had the highest sales on the Hot 100 (8,000 sold, up 16%), while also rising 8% to 41.2 million in a streaming audience and 5% to 12.5 million streams .

Again, for all chart news, you can follow Billboard and @Billboardcharts on Twitter and Instagram and all the charts (dated Nov. 26), including the Hot 100 in their entirety, will be updated on Billboard.com tomorrow (Nov. 22).

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