Harry Styles #1 on Billboard Hot 100, Lizzo climbs to #2 – Billboard

Harry Styles’ “As It Was” remains at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 song chart, posting a ninth overall week at the peak.

Meanwhile, Lizzo’s “About Damn Time” surges from No. 3 to a new No. 2 Hot 100 high and takes the position of most-listened-to song on US radio as it becomes her third-biggest hit on the radio song chart.

Additionally, Kate Bush’s 1985 classic Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God) returns from #6 to #4 on the Hot 100, helped by its voice acting in Netflix’s fourth season stranger thingsfollowing the season’s concluding episodes, which further shines the spotlight on the song, premiered on July 1.


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“As It Was,” which was released on Erskine/Columbia Records and debuted at #1 on the Hot 100 on April 16, recorded 73.4 million radio airplay audience impressions (down 1%), 18 million streams (down 3% ) and 5,000 downloads sold (down 10%) in the tracking week of July 1-7, according to Luminate.

The track remains at No. 3 after four weeks on Radio Songs beginning in May; climbs 7-6 on Streaming Songs, after two weeks at the peak beginning with its entry in April; and Dips 8-11 on Digital Song Sales, after a week in charge in May.

“As It Was” also topped the Songs of the Summer chart for a sixth week as it topped the seasonal tally each week since the beginning of the 2022 edition, which tracks top tracks between Memorial Day and Labor Day.

The song is from Styles’ third album, Harry’s house, which topped the Billboard 200 albums chart for two weeks from its debut in June. (A second song from the set, “Late Night Talking,” jumps into the top 10 radio songs [16-10; 36.6 million, up 26%]to become his fourth top 10 in the rankings — specifically, twice as many as One Direction, the group he broke into in 2012-14, as well as most members of the boy band currently on hiatus. “Talking” climbs 18-15 on the Hot 100 after opening at the same time as the chart debut at #4 Harry’s house.)

Lizzo’s “About Damn Time” climbs 3-2 to a new Hot 100 high, with 83.2 million radio listeners (up 7%), 12.5 million streams (down 2%) and 8,000 units sold (down 10%) . Lizzo lands her third leader on Radio Songs, where the track moves up 2-1, after “Good as Hell” (four weeks at #1 as of November 2019) and “Truth Hurts” (six, as of September 2019). Since week one at No. 1 for “Truth Hurts” (September 28, 2019), Lizzo has only had the most No. 1 radio songs of any act, passing two each for Lewis Capaldi, Dua Lipa and Olivia Rodrigo in the span.

“Time” also tops the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart for its first week, which uses the same multimetric methodology as the Hot 100. Lizzo hits her fourth No. 1 in genre ranking Cardi B after Rumors (one week at the top, on its August 2021 debut); “Good as Hell” (four weeks, starting September 2019); and “Truth Hurts” (11, out August). “Time” simultaneously adds its eighth week to the top of the multimetric Hot R&B Songs chart.

“Time” is from Lizzo’s fourth album, Specialdue Friday (July 15).

Jack Harlow’s “First Class” falls 2-3 on the Hot 100 after three weeks at No. 1 beginning its debut week in April. It claims an 11th week at the top of the Hot Rap Songs multimetric chart.

Kate Bush’s Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God) rebounds from No. 6 to No. 4 on the Hot 100, helped by its dubbing in Netflix’s fourth season stranger thingsafter the season’s conclusion, premiered on July 1. The song, originally released in 1985 (when it peaked at number 30), garnered 24.6 million radio views (up 30%) and 22.3 million streams (up 20%) and sold 17,000 copies (up 45%) in the week ending July 7th. It returns for a second week on Streaming Songs (6-1) and a third frame on Digital Song Sales (3-1) as it wins the Hot 100’s top streaming and sales winners awards.

Among the song’s most recent radio highlights, it ranks 13-9 as the Greatest Gainer on Alternative Airplay and became Bush’s first Top 10 on the chart since 1993-94 (when “Rubberband Girl” hit No. 7).

“Hill” also peaked for a fifth week each on the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, Hot Rock Songs, and Hot Alternative Songs multimetric charts.

Future’s “Wait for U,” starring Drake and Tems, slips 4-5 on the Hot 100 after a week at No. 1 from its debut week in May, and Drake’s own “Jimmy Cooks” retreats 5-6, two weeks after it started at the top.

Bad Bunny and Chencho Corleone’s “Me Porto Bonito” returns from No. 8 to No. 7 on the Hot 100, topping the multimetric list of Hot Latin Songs for an eighth week.

Glass Animals’ “Heat Waves” stands out 9-8 on the Hot 100 after five weeks at #1 as of March. It adds its 77th week on the chart, tying in with the fourth longest run in the chart’s history, which dates to August 1958 (and is the only one of those hits to chart in the top 10 for only the 77th frame) .

Most weeks on the Billboard Hot 100:
90, “Blinding Lights”, The Weeknd, Peak #1 (for four weeks), beginning April 4, 2020
87, “Radioactive”, Imagine Dragons, No. 3, July 6, 2013
79, “Sail,” AWOLNATION, No. 17, October 12, 2013
77, “Heat Waves,” Glass Animals, #1 (five weeks), from March 12, 2022
77, “Floating,” Dua Lipa, no. 2, May 22, 2021
76, “I’m Yours,” Jason Mraz, No. 6, September 20, 2008

Also, “Heat Waves” spends a 34th week in the top 10 on the Hot 100, overtaking Maroon 5’s “Girls Like You” with Cardi B as the most groups. Overall, “Heat Waves” now occupies the fourth most frequent top 10 weeks, after The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” (57), The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber’s “Stay” (44) and Lipa’s “Levitating” (41).

Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul” moves up from its #7 position on the Hot 100 to #9. In its second full week of tracking, it gained 34.2 million airplay viewers (up 54%) – while blasting 28-12 on Radio Songs and winning the Hot 100’s top airplay gainer trophy – and drew 11.5 million streams (down 26%). and sold 7,000 (down 36%).

A week earlier, the song – the lead single from Beyoncé’s album Renaissance, due July 29 – became her 20th solo Hot 100 Top 10; When Destiny’s Child entered the Top 10 with her as a member, she became only the third artist and first woman to have at least 20 Top 10s as a solo artist and 10 or more with a group.

The track adds a second week at #1 on the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs multimetric chart.

Rounding out the Hot 100’s top 10, Latto’s “Big Energy” returns to the region (11-10) after peaking at #3 in April.

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