“Stay,” launched on Raymond Braun/Columbia Records/Def Jam, drew 86.4 million radio airplay audience impressions (up 4%) and 23.2 million U.S. streams (down 6%) and sold 7,400 downloads (down 14%) in the week ending Oct. 7, according to MRC Data.
” Stay” ratings a fourth week at No. 1 on the Radio Songs chart; rises 4-3 on Streaming Songs, where it has invested six weeks on top; and drops 6-10 on Digital Tune Sales, after reaching No. 3.
As “Stay” tops the Hot 100 for a seventh week, it connects for the second-longest No. 1 run for a tune by 2 or more co-billed solo male leads over the charts 63-year history. Heres an updated appearance at such tunes that have reigned for at least 3 weeks (and which excludes duos or groups understood for regularly recording together).
Weeks at No. 1, Title, Artists, Peak date:16, “Despacito,” Luis Fonsi & & Daddy Yankee (accomplishment. Justin Bieber), beginning May 27, 20177, “Stay,” The Kid LAROI & & Justin Bieber, beginning Aug. 14, 20217, “Ebony and Ivory,” Paul McCartney & & Stevie Wonder, starting May 15, 19826, “Say Say Say,” Paul McCartney & & Michael Jackson, starting Dec. 10, 19834, “Shake Ya Tailfeather,” Nelly, P. Diddy & & Murphy Lee, starting Sept. 6, 20033, “All for Love,” Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart, Sting, beginning Jan. 22, 1994
” Stay” simultaneously strikes No. 1 on the Adult Pop Airplay radio chart, where its The Kid LAROIs 2nd leader, after “Without You” dominated for a week in July, and Biebers 4th.
Lil Nas X and Jack Harlows “Industry Baby” rebounds to its No. 2 Hot 100 finest, from No. 3. The tune, which debuted at No. 2 in August, keeps at No. 2 on Streaming Songs (23.4 million, down 7%); climbs up 6-5 on Radio Songs (58.1 million, up 15%); and falls 8-12 on Digital Song Sales (5,200, down 3%). It adds a seventh week atop both the Hot R&B/ Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs charts, which use the same multi-metric methodology as the Hot 100.
Lil Nas X and Jack Harlows “Industry Baby” rebounds to its No. 2 Hot 100 best, from No. 3. The song, which debuted at No. 2 in August, keeps at No. 2 on Streaming Songs (23.4 million, down 7%); climbs 6-5 on Radio Songs (58.1 million, up 15%); and falls 8-12 on Digital Song Sales (5,200, down 3%). Walker Hayes “Fancy Like” hits a brand-new No. 3 Hot 100 high, rising from No. 5, as it tops the multi-metric Hot Country Songs chart for a 13th week. Hot 100 Peak, Title, Artist( s), Weeks atop Hot Country Songs; Year( s): No. 1, three weeks, “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” Taylor Swift, 10; 2012No. Additionally, Coldplay and BTS “My Universe” descends to No. 12 on the Hot 100 after it soared in at No. 1 a week earlier.
Rounding out the Hot 100s top 10, Wizkids “Essence,” including Bieber and Tems, advances 11-10. It backtracks 7-9 on Radio Songs however with a 5% gain to 48.9 million; rises 26-21 on Streaming Songs (11.2 million, down 1%); and falls 17-24 on Digital Song Sales (3,200, down 8%).
Wizkid makes his second Hot 100 leading 10, following his featured turn with Kyla, on Drakes 10-week 2016 No. 1 “One Dance.” Tems (like Wizkid, from Nigeria) achieves her very first top 10 with her very first entry on the chart. (She included her second charted title as included on Drakes “Fountains,” which debuted at its No. 26 peak on the Sept. 18 survey.).
Bieber tallies his milestone 25th Hot 100 top 10, having signed up with Wizkid and Tems on the “Essence” remix launched Aug. 13. Heres an updated recap of the show the most leading 10s, as Bieber matches the overalls of Lil Wayne and Elvis Presley (with the chart having actually started 2 years after Presleys commercial development).
A Lot Of Billboard Hot 100 Top 10s:54, Drake38, Madonna34, The Beatles31, Rihanna30, Michael Jackson29, Taylor Swift28, Mariah Carey28, Stevie Wonder27, Janet Jackson27, Elton John25, Justin Bieber25, Elvis Presley25, Lil Wayne.
In addition, Coldplay and BTS “My Universe” comes down to No. 12 on the Hot 100 after it soared in at No. 1 a week previously. It publishes a second week at No. 1 on Digital Song Sales (42,600, down 54%) and slides 21-32 on Streaming Songs (8.8 million, down 23%), while sporting a 41% gain to 7.9 million in all-format airplay audience. The cooperation gathers a 2nd week atop the multi-metric Hot Rock & & Alternative Songs and Hot Alternative Songs charts.
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Walker Hayes “Fancy Like” hits a brand-new No. 3 Hot 100 high, ascending from No. 5, as it tops the multi-metric Hot Country Songs chart for a 13th week. Especially, the tune is the 5th to have hit the Hot 100s top three and led Hot Country Songs given that the latter list adopted the same method as the previous in October 2012, and 3 of the entries have actually scored such status in 2020-21 Heres an upgraded rundown.
Hot 100 Peak, Title, Artist( s), Weeks atop Hot Country Songs; Year( s): No. 1, 3 weeks, “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” Taylor Swift, 10; 2012No. 2, “Meant to Be,” Bebe Rexha & & Florida Georgia Line, (a record) 50; 2017-18No. 2, “Forever After All,” Luke Combs, 10; 2020-21No. 3, “I Hope,” Gabby Barrett accomplishment. Charlie Puth, 27; 2020-21No. 3, “Fancy Like,” Walker Hayes, 13; 2020-21.
For four of the five tunes above (except for Combs), pop radio crossover airplay has actually assisted their Hot 100 performances. “Fancy Like” bullets at its No. 4 finest on the Oct. 16 Country Airplay chart and enhances 14-13 on Adult Pop Airplay, 17-16 on Pop Airplay and 22-21 on Adult Contemporary.
Drakes “Way 2 Sexy” holds at No. 4 on the Hot 100, following its No. 1 launch 4 weeks previously, as it logs a fifth week atop Streaming Songs (23.4 million, down 15%); Ed Sheerans “Bad Habits” rebounds 6-5 on the Hot 100, after reaching No. 2; Olivia Rodrigos “Good 4 U” pushes 7-6, after it debuted at No. 1 in May; and Doja Cats “Kiss Me More,” including SZA, rises 8-7, after reaching No. 3.
Dua Lipas “Levitating” lifts 10-8 on the Hot 100, after hitting to No. 2. It spends a 38th week in the top 10, the third-longest run in the charts archives, after The Weeknds “Blinding Lights” (57 weeks; 2020-21) and Post Malones “Circles” (39 weeks; 2019-20).
Drakes “Knife Talk,” featuring 21 Savage and Project Pat, is fixed at No. 9 on the Hot 100, after reaching No. 4.