Harry Stiles“As it was” adds the fourteenth week in first place on Billboard Hot 100 Song Chart. The newest song frame at the top is another milestone, as it ties into the four longest order on the chart 64 years of history.
while, Nicki MinajFormer Hot 100’s No. 1 Super Freaky Girl bounced from seventh to third, returning to number one in the streaming songs chart, after the release of his version of “Queen Mix”; Post MaloneShow “Love Her (Happier Song)” doja cat, reaches the top five in the Hot, and goes up 6-5; And the Morgan Wallen He revisits his best Hot 100 rating, “You Proof” jumping 10-6, after his official video arrives.
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“As It Was”, released on Erskine/Columbia Records, had 68.2 million radio viewer impressions (primarily up to weekly), 14.4 million broadcasts (down 9%) and 3,000 downloads (down 13%) on September 9 -15 weeks tracking, according to Luminate.
Singles score sixth week on top Radio songs Schedule; Retreats 5-6 days streaming songs, after two weeks on top she started her debut week in April; Regression 21-24 days digital song salesafter a week in the lead in May.
Tied for 4th longest sprint No. 1 in the Hot 100
“As It Were” ties to the fourth longest base in Hot 100 history, dating back to the chart’s start on August 4, 1958. It boasts the longest command since Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road”, which features Billy Ray Cyrus (also in Columbia), who ruled for Record 19 weeks in 2019.
Most weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100:
19, “Old Town Road”, Lil Nas X feat. Billy Ray Cyrus, starting April 13, 2019
16, “Despacito,” Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber May 27, 2017
16, “Beautiful Day”, Mariah Carey and Boys II Maine, December 2, 1995
14 (So Far), “As It Was,” Harry Styles, Apr 16, 2022
14, “Uptown Funk!,” Mark Ronson feat. Bruno March 17 January 2015
14, “I Have a Feeling,” Black Eyed Peas, July 11, 2009
14, “We Belong Together”, Mariah Carey, June 4, 2005
14, “Candle in the Wind 1997″ / “Something About The Way It Looks Tonight, Elton John, Oct 11, 1997
14, “Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix)”, Los Del Rio, August 3, 1996
14, “I’ll Make Love to You,” Boyz II Men, August 27, 1994
14, “I Will Always Love You,” Whitney Houston, November 28, 1992
Notably, “As It Was” was the longest-running Hot 100 hit single by two artists without any accompanying work. (Among those seven songs listed above on 14-week orders, “As It Was” is one of four songs by solo artists, joining songs included by Mariah Carey, Elton John, and Whitney Houston.)
Most weeks ever in the top 100 and top three list
“As It Was” expands its record for the most number of weeks in the top two spots on the Hot 100, after recording 23, out of a total of 24 weeks on the chart, in the first two weeks, as of April 16 Debut at No. 1 Through the latest poll dated September 24.
Meanwhile, the song connects The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber’s Stay and, starting in July 2021, for over 23 weeks, has been in the top three on the Hot 100 in chart history.
Furthermore, “As It Was” is the first song ever to spend the first 23 weeks on the Hot 100 and all of them are in the top three.
#1 in the Hot 100 for 14 weeks over 24 weeks
As It Was is now placed on top of the 14-week Hot 100 over a 24-week period, from its inception to the current chart. (In the other ten weeks on the list, it ranked second for nine weeks and number three in one frame.) The song spans the longest stretch of the chart-topping title in one release cycle. (Overall, Carol Mariah Carey’s 1994 “All I Want for Christmas Is You” holds the record for longest span from first song to last week at number one: two years and three weeks [Dec. 21, 2019-Jan. 8, 2022]).
Meanwhile, on the radio songs chart, “As It Was” topped for six weeks over a 19-week period, ranking as the second longest-running single on the #1 song chart. week over 28 weeks (2020), while “As It Was” matches the #1 band for “Iris” from Goo Goo Dolls, which ran for 18 out of 19 weeks (1998).
Steve Lacy’s “Bad Habit” took second place in the top 100, led by 35 million broadcast viewers (up 7%) and 19.6 million streams (down 2%). Multimeter driving Hot rock and alternative songsAnd the hot rock songs And the hot alternative songs Charts for the fourth week of each and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs And the Hot R&B Songs The charts for a third frame each, having become The first song to rule all five lists (Dated October 2012, when paintingThe genre-based main song charts have adopted the Hot 100 methodology).
Nicki Minaj’s ‘Super Freaky Girl’ reclaimed 7-3 in the Hot 100, four weeks later Fly to the top. It returns for a second week at number one, from number three, on song streaming (19.8 million, up 6%) and returns 4-2 on digital song sales (14,000, up 130%), with help from September 9th Edition From “Queen Mix”, adding JT, BIA, Katie Got Bandz, Akbar V and Maliibu Miitch. The track also tops the multi-meter hot rap songs Fifth week chart.
“Sunroof” by Nikki Yuer and Dazzy is ranked 4th in the top 100, and Post Malone’s “I Like You (A Happier Song)” featuring Doja Cat climbs 6-5 for best new performance. Post Malone has his eighth top-five in the Top 100, and first since “Circles,” which ran for three weeks in 2019-20, while Doja Cat claims it’s third and first since “Kiss Me More” (peak #3, July 2021) .
Morgan Wallen returned to his highest rating on the Hot 100, as “You Proof” jumped from 10 to 6, its first peak when it debuted on the chart on May 28. Aided by its official video premiere on September 9, the song gained 6% to 16.4 million streams in its tracking week and 13% to 5,000 sold, as well as 13% to 30.4 million in radio reach. Rules at the same time multi-scale Hot Country Songs Fifth week chart. Wallen first reached the No. 6 Hot 100 with the release of “7 Summers” in August 2020.
Elsewhere on the top 10 list, Lizzo’s “About Damn Time” slipped 5-7, after two weeks at number one starting in late July. OneRepublic’s single “I’m Not Worried” held at number eight; Harry Styles’ “Late Night Talking” regresses from its peak No. 3 to No. 9 (Boost the previous week by the arrival of new options for purchase); The Futures “Wait For You”, which includes Drake and Thames, is back in the zone, lifting 11-10, a week later in first place in his first frame in May.
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