The song ruled in the US after ruling several charts worldwide.
A sad song brings a happy news to Lewis Capaldi as his breakthrough ballad "Someone You Loved" ranks No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The track by the 23-year-old Scottish singer-songwriter, released on Vertigo / Capitol Records, has previously led several charts worldwide for seven weeks, including the official British singles poll.
Let's top the top 10 of the Hot 100 (from Nov. 2), which shut down US streaming, radio airplay, and sales data for all genres. All charts will be updated on Billboard.com tomorrow (October 29).
Here is a deeper look at the 1.091. Airplay, Sales & Streams: "Someone," according to Nielsen Music, climbed 3: 2 in the 27th October week, despite a 2% decline to 105.6 million viewership impressions. It increases digital song sales by 41% to 24,000 songs sold each week through October 24th. This is good for the Top 100 in the Hot 100. For streaming songs, the track climbs 2% to 11-8 in the week ending Oct. 24 (reaching the top 10 for the first time) at 25.2 million US -Streams.
In the tracking week, the profile of the song is expanded, it played during a routine in the October 21 episode of ABC Dancing With the Stars .
In particular, "Someone" tops the Hot 100 while not exceeding any of the chart's three components, a distinction that most recently happened to Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello's "Señorita" (August 31), a week after Billie Eilish's "Bad Guy "had done the same thing (24th of August).
24 weeks to # 1: "Someone" reaches the Hot 100 summit in its 24th week, making it the fifth longest climb to # 1 of all time. Under Acts' first hot 100 entries, it completes the second longest journey to Vertical Horizons "Everything You Want" in 2000.
Here is a summary:
Weeks to No. 1, Title, Artist, Date Reached No. 1
31, "Amazed", Lonestar, March 4, 2000
30, "Everything by me, "John Legend, May 17, 2014
27," With Arms Wide Open, "Creed, November 11, 2000
26," Everything You Want, "Vertical Horizon, July 15, 2000
24, "Someone You Loved," Lewis Capaldi, Nov. 2, 2019
"Someone" has steadily increased the Hot 100 when it debuted on May 25, reached the top 40 on July 20 and on September 21 was included in the top 10.
Capitol Conquers: While Capitol Records ran the Hot 100 for the last time in January, Capaldi was Halsey's "Without Me" for two weeks, the first artist on the label to win a first Hot 100 entry in the No. 1 made in over 11 years, since Katy Perry's "I Kissed a Girl" for s ruled even weeks starting in July 2008.
TMS at the top: Capaldi wrote "Someone" along with Sam Elliot's "ROMANS" novel, Tom Barnes, Pete Kelleher and Ben Kohn. Billed as TMS Barns, Kelleher and Kohn produced the track. While all the talents enjoy their first No. 1 on the Hot 100, the TMS trio previously co-authored G-Eazy and Bebe Rexhas "Me, Myself & I," which landed at # 7 in March 2016 Top 10.
11 to 1: "Someone" is the 11th song to rise to # 1 on the Hot 100 in 2019 and equal the grand total of 2018. With the latest chart from November 2
The relatively fast sales on top of the Hot 100 in 2019 is particularly noteworthy, since Lil Nas since 2011 reached the highest number of eleven executives in a year X blocked all participants for a record from 19 weeks (April 13 to August 17) with "Old Town Road" with Billy Ray Cyrus.
Lizzo's "Truth Hurts" ranks # 2 in the Hot 100 # 1 after seven weeks as it remains associated with Iggy Azalea's 2014 hit "Fancy" with Charli XCX for the longest regency for a woman's rap song. "Truth" is the number one radio song in the sixth week (111.9 million, down 3%), while digital song sales (17,000, down 15%) are down 2-5, and sales of streaming songs are down (21.7 million, minus 7) drop by 12-11%).
"Truth" takes ninth place in the genre charts "Hot R & B / Hip-Hop" and "Hot Rap" (which use the same multimetric methodology as the "Hot 100")  Mendes and Cabello's "Señorita" pull back on the Hot 100 by 2-3, while two other tracks remain in their top five highlights: Post Malone's "Circles" (# 4) and Chris Brown's "No Guidance" with Drake (# 5), as the latter leads Hot R & B songs on the ninth week.
Lil Nas X "Panini" pushes 9-6 up to Hot 100 after hitting No. 5, and Travis Scott's "Highest in the Room" moves up to # 1 on the charts on October 19th 6 to 7 and leads streaming songs for a third week (33.8 million, down 9%).
Lil Tecca's "Ran $ om" follows 7-8 on the Hot 100; Eilish's "Bad Guy" drops 8-9, and Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber's 10,000 Hours return to the area (11-10) after debuting at # 4 two weeks ago and commanding Hot Country songs for a third week.
Just behind the Hot 100's The Top 10, Maroon 5's "Memories" hits 12-11, Ed Sheeran's "Beautiful People" with Khalid rise to 14-12 and Lizzie's "Good as Hell" rises to 20-14 and gets the top Airplay Gainer award for a second week (52.4 million on the radio, plus 22%), as all three songs reached new highs.
In addition, Se lena Gomez on place 15 of the Hot 100 with "Lose You to Love Me". "The ballad, which was released last Wednesday (October 23), is ranked first with 36,000 songs sold and twentieth in streaming songs with 15.3 million streams.
The first is expected The taste of Gomez's first album since Revival in 2015 marks her second best Hot 100 debut among 28 career visits. "Good for You" was ranked 9th in 2015 (reaching # 5).
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