Bieber earned his 20th Hot 100 Top 10.
BTS ‘”Dynamite” bounces off No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs for a third week.
Justin Bieber’s “Holy” debuts with Chance the Rapper at number 3 on the Hot 100. In particular, the song is the 20th Hot 100 Top 10 for Bieber, who reaches the milestone as the 20th artist in the history of the charts.
The Hot 100 combines US streaming, radio airplay and sales data of all genres. All charts (as of October 3rd) will be updated tomorrow (September 29th) on Billboard.com. For all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram.
“Dynamite,” released on BigHit Entertainment / Columbia Records, debuted at number 1 on the Hot 100 on September 5 and stayed on the September 12 chart before spending the next two weeks at number 2. According to Nielsen Music / MRC Data, second place was due to 14 million US streams (up 11%) and 153,000 downloads sold (up 96%) in the week ended September 24th. In the week up to September 27th, 20.8 million impressions were received by radio airplay viewers (plus 8%).
“Dynamite” spends a fifth straight week at number 1 on the digital song sales charts, jumping between 17 and 12 on streaming songs after debuting at number 3. For radio songs, press 47-42.
In the week ending September 24th, “Dynamite” helped four new remixes that were released on September 18th: the mixes “Bedroom”, “Midnight”, “Retro” and “Slow Jam”, which together made up 52% of the songs total sales in the tracking week. “Poolside” and “Tropical” remixes of “Dynamite” were released on August 28th, complementing the original and instrumental versions, as well as EDM and acoustic remixes that were released on August 21st. All versions sold for 69 cents for the first five weeks.
“Dynamite” is the first song since Lizzo’s “Truth Hurts”, which resulted in five non-consecutive frames from September to October 2019, outperforming digital song sales for five weeks. It is the first song to rule for at least five consecutive weeks since Lil The “Old Town Road” by Nas X with Billy Ray Cyrus connected the last eight of a total of 16 weeks from July to August 2019.
On the Hot 100, “Dynamite” is the first song among duos or groups that has been number one for at least three weeks for almost two years since Maroon’s “Girls Like You” dominated with Cardi B for seven weeks in September. November 2018.
Cardi B’s “WAP” starring Megan Thee Stallion drops to # 1 on the Hot 100 after four non-consecutive weeks, trailing back to its debut on the August 22nd chart. (It spent its first two weeks on the chart at # 1, its third and fourth frames at # 2, and its fifth and sixth weeks at # 1.)
“WAP” leads streaming songs for a sixth week (35.8 million, down 14%); slips 3-5 in sales of digital songs (9,000, minus 23%); and climbs 21-20 on radio songs (33 million, up 1%). It adds a seventh week to # 1 on the Hot R&B / Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs chart, using the same multimetric methodology as the Hot 100.
Justin Bieber’s “Holy” with Chance the Rapper starts at number 3 on the Hot 100. The title, released on September 18, appears at number 2 for both streaming songs (26 million) and digital song sales (27,000) and number 47 in radio songs (18.6 million).
Bieber adds his 20th Hot 100 Top 10 and becomes the 20th artist and 10th solo man in the history of the Hot 100, which extends to the start of the chart on August 4, 1958 to reach the milestone. He first reached the region when “Baby” debuted with Ludacris in February 2010 at Peak No. 5.
The hottest 100 top 10
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 Colonels
Chance the Rapper earns its third Hot 100 Top 10, all in collaboration with Bieber. DJ Khaled’s “I’m the One” with Bieber, Chance the Rapper, Quavo and Lil Wayne spent a week at # 1 on his debut in May 2017, and Khaled’s “No Brainer” with Bieber, Chance the Rapper and Lil Wayne started in August 2018 at the peak No. 5.
Drake’s “Laugh Now Cry Later” starring Lil Durk descends 3-4 on the Hot 100 after making his debut in second place. It jumps 13-10 on radio songs (46.8 million, up 18%) and becomes Drake’s 24th top 10 (and Lil Durk’s first). Drake overtakes Mariah Carey, 23, for a solo share of the second most top 10 radio songs after Rihanna’s 29, which dates back to 1990.
24kGoldn’s “Mood” with iann dior reached the top 5 of the Hot 100 and rose by 6-5 as it tops the charts of the multimetric Hot Rock & Alternative Songs and Hot Alternative Songs for a fifth week.
DaBaby’s seven-week Hot 100 leader “Rockstar” with Roddy Ricch drops 4-6 and The Weeknd’s former four-week “Blinding Lights” No. 1 retires 5-7 after spending a record 28 weeks in the top 5 . The latter regulates the multi-metric Hot R&B Songs diagram for a record-breaking 28th week.
Harry Styles’ former weeklong Hot 100 leader “Watermelon Sugar” falls 7-8 and Jawsh 685 and Jason Derulo’s “Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat)” falls 8-9 after hitting 7th place.
Gabby Barrett’s “I Hope” rounds off the Top 10 on the Hot 100 and returns from 11th to 10th as it tops the multi-metric Hot Country Songs chart for a tenth week.
For all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram. All charts (as of October 3rd), including the Hot 100 in its entirety, will be updated tomorrow (September 29th) on Billboard.com. .