DaBaby’s # 1 ‘Rockstar’ on Hot 100 for week six, Juice WRLD becomes third act in history with five Top 10 songs simultaneously

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Juice WRLD joins Drake and The Beatles as the only actors to occupy half of the top 10 at a time.

DaBaby’s ‘Rockstar’, starring Roddy Ricch, records a sixth week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, while the late Juice WRLD historically joins the exclusive company in the top 10.

Juice WRLD lands five songs in the top 10 of the Hot 100, corresponding to Drake and The Beatles as the only acts to have claimed at least half of the region in a single week. The five songs are from his LP Legends never die, which ranks # 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart with the most important week, in terms of album equivalents, of 2020.

Juice WRLD died at the age of 21 on December 8, 2019, the cause of death being announced in January.

Let’s review the top 10 from the latest Hot 100, which combines streaming, radio broadcast, and US sales data of all genres. All graphics (dated July 25) will be updated on Billboard.com tomorrow (July 21).

“Rockstar” rules: “Rockstar,” released on SouthCoast / Interscope Records, Dips to No. 2 on the Streaming Songs Chart, After Eight Weeks at No. 1, with 39 million US streams, down 8%, in the week ending July 16 , according to Nielsen Music data / MRC. It drops from 2 to 3 on digital song sales, with 11,000 sold, down 16%, in the same period. On Radio Songs, it climbed from 5 to 3 with 59 million broadcast audience impressions, up 9% in the week ending July 19.

“Rockstar” simultaneously leads the Hot R & B / Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs charts, which use the same multi-metric formula as the Hot 100, for a sixth week each.

Juice WRLD is half of the top 10 of Hot 100: Juice WRLD sends five songs in the top 10 of the Hot 100, led by “Come & Go”, with Marshmello, a debut at number 2. Three other titles enter the top tier list: “Wishing Well”, at number 5; “Conversations”, at number 7; and “Hate the Other Side”, also with Marshmello and starring Polo G and The Kid LAROI, at # 10. Additionally, “Life’s a Mess”, with Halsey, goes from # 74 to # 9 on his second week on the table.

With these five entries, Juice WRLD becomes just the third act with at least five top 10 songs simultaneously in the 62 year history of the Hot 100. Drake recorded a record seven top 10 songs on July 14, 2018, while the Beatles released five each on April 4 and 11, 1964; on the old list, the group has infused all of the first five, a feat that has not yet been repeated.

Top 10 totals: Juice WRLD’s Top 10 Hot 100 tally rises to eight, having already reached the region with “Lucid Dreams” (# 2, October 2018); “Bandit”, with YoungBoy Never Broke Again (n ° 10, October 2019); and “Godzilla,” by Eminem with Juice WRLD (# 3). Juice WRLD, thus, equalizes its best Hot 100 ranking, while “Come & Go” corresponds to the top of “Lucid Dreams”.

Marshmello adds his second Hot 100 top 10 via “Come & Go”, also tying his first place, after “Happier”, with Bastille, reached number 2 in February 2019.

“Life’s a Mess” marks Halsey’s sixth Top 10 Hot 100, while “Hate the Other Side” brings Polo G and The Kid LAROI their first trip each on the rack.

Four records in the top 10 of debuts: Juice WRLD ties the top 10 record for the 100 best concurrent debuts with “Come & Go”, “Wishing Well”, “Conversations” and “Hate the Other Side” at numbers 2, 5, 7 and 10, respectively. Lil Wayne posted four songs in the top 10 on October 13, 2018, after Drake first created a quartet of songs in the top 10 on July 14, 2018.

N ° 1 in streaming: “Come & Go” opens on Streaming Songs, becoming the third leader of Juice WRLD (after “Lucid Dreams” and “Bandit”) and the first of Marshmello, recording 36.4 million streams during the following week . (Note that if this sum is less than 39 million for “Rockstar”, the first ranks at # 1 on Streaming Songs and the second at # 2 due to the application of the paid subscription weighting, funded through Advertising and Scheduled Streams.) On Digital Song Sales, “Come & Go” opens at # 2, with 12,000 sold.

Le pack de six Interscope: The five new top 10 Hot 100s from Juice WRLD are all Grade A / Interscope. As they join DaBaby’s “Rockstar”, Interscope has six songs in the top 10. This is the highest number for a label in a single week since Republic also won six on the rankings on September 21, 2019. Republic also recorded six top 10 on the charts dated May 18, 2019; October 13, 2018; and July 28, 2018, the most since the label landed Seven, all by Drake, July 14, 2018.

Republic also counted six simultaneous Top 10 Hot 100s on May 12, 2018, the first event of its kind since Interscope achieved the feat on October 13, 2007, with: “Crank That (Soulja Boy)” by Soulja Boy Tell ‘ em (# 1); “The Way I Are” by Timbaland, with Keri Hilson (n ° 4); “Big Girls Don’t Cry” by Fergie (# 5); “Apologize” by Timbaland, with OneRepublic (n ° 6); “1234” by Feist (# 8); and “Let It Go” by Keyshia Cole, with Missy Elliott and Lil Kim (# 9).

Alt alt: “Come & Go” makes its debut at the top of the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs and Hot Alternative Songs multi-metric charts, marking the first number 1 in each ranking for Juice WRLD and Marshmello. (The old graphic has recently been redesigned, while the last list has started.)

Jack Harlow’s “Whats Poppin”, with DaBaby, Tory Lanez and Lil Wayne, ranks # 3 on the Hot 100, after reaching # 2 two weeks ago, and The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” come back 2-4, after his four-Reign of the week.

“Blinding Lights” tops Radio Songs for a 15th week (76.4 million audiences, down 1%), becoming one of five songs with at least as long a reign moving to less than a week after the tie for the second longest order since the chart started in December 1990. Here’s an updated recap of the oldest # 1 radio songs:

Weeks at n ° 1, title, artist, date reached at n ° 1
18, « Iris », Goo Goo Dolls, 1 août 1998
16, « Girls Like You », Maroon 5 feat. Cardi B, 4 août 2018
16, «We Belong Together», Mariah Carey, 28 mai 2005
16, «Don’t Speak», No Doubt, 7 décembre 1996
15, «Blinding Lights», The Weeknd, 18 avril 2020
14, “High Hopes”, Panic! at the disco, December 1, 2018
14, « No One », Alicia Keys, 3 novembre 2007
14, “Because you loved me”, Céline Dion, April 13, 1996

“Blinding Lights” tops the Hot R&B Songs multi-metric charts for an 18th week.

Elsewhere in the Hot 100 top 10, the former one-week leader of Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage”, along with Beyoncé, slips 4-6 and SAINt JHN’s “Roses” goes down 5-8, after hitting number 4, while leading the Hot Dance / Electronic Song Chart for a 12th week.

For all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on Twitter and Instagram. And again, be sure to visit Billboard.com tomorrow (July 21), when all graphics, including the entire Hot 100, are refreshed.



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