Harry Styles’ “As It Was” #1 on Billboard Hot 100 for Week 10 – Billboard

Harry Styles’ “As It Was” continues to top the Billboard Hot 100 Songs chart, dominating for a total of 10 weeks. The song marks Styles’ first Hot 100 leader for at least 10 weeks – and 10th for Columbia Records, the most successful of any label in chart history.

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Also, Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul,” which remains at #9 on the Hot 100 after peaking at #7, enters the top 10 on the Radio Songs chart and becomes her 18th top 10 on the airplay chart and her first in a starring role since 2014.

The Hot 100 brings together all genres of US streaming (official audio and video), radio airplay and sales data. All charts (as of July 23, 2022) will be updated tomorrow (July 19) on Billboard.com. For all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram.

“As It Was,” which was released on Erskine/Columbia Records and debuted at #1 on the Hot 100 on April 16, racked up 74.1 million radio airplay audience impressions (essentially even week-to-week), 18.1 million streams (up 1%) and 5,000 downloads sold (down 5%) in the July 8-14 tracking week, according to Luminate.

The track remains at number 3 after four weeks on Radio Songs beginning in May; remains at No. 6 in Streaming Songs, after two weeks at the top beginning with its debut in April; and is recovering after a week at the summit in May with 11-6 in Digital Song Sales.

“As It Was” – from Styles’ third album, Harry’s housewhich topped the Billboard 200 albums chart for two weeks from its debut in June and peaked at number 4 on the most recent list – becomes the 42nd song in the history of the Hot 100, which began August 4, 1958, to reign for at least 10 weeks , a feat achieved by only 4% of all No. 1s (1,138 in total).

While “As It Was” marks Style’s first Hot 100 leader in at least 10 weeks (after his other No. 1, “Watermelon Sugar,” which reigned for a week in August 2020), it’s 10th for Columbia Records, the most below them all the captions about the course of the chart. Arista and Atlantic follow with five such No. 1 each.

Here’s a recap of Columbia’s 10 Hot 100 #1s that will reign for at least 10 weeks, with the label logging the last three as the latest leaders from Adele and BTS preceded Styles’ command:

“One Sweet Day”, Mariah Carey & Boyz II Men, 16 weeks at #1 beginning December 2, 1995
“Independent Women Part I,” Destiny’s Child, 11, Nov. 18, 2000
“Irreplaceable,” Beyoncé, 10, December 16, 2006
“Happy,” Pharrell Williams, 10, March 8, 2014
“Hello,” Adele, November 10, 14, 2015
“Closer”, The Chainsmokers feat. Halsey, 12, September 3, 2016
“Old Town Road”, Lil Nas X feat. Billy Ray Cyrus, a record 19, April 13, 2019
“Butter,” BTS 10, June 5, 2021
“Already to me,” Adele, 10, October 30, 2021
“The Way It Was,” Harry Styles, 10, April 16, 2022

“As It Was” remains at the top of the Songs of the Summer chart for its seventh week since the beginning of the 2022 edition, topping the seasonal rankings that track the top songs between Memorial Day and Labor Day every week.

Lizzo’s “About Damn Time” remains at #2 on the Hot 100 with 85.9 million radio listeners (up 4%), 12.2 million streams (down 3%) and 11,000 copies sold (up 39%, helped by discounts). July 8th on the iTunes Store for winning the Top Sales Gainer honor in the Hot 100). The track introduces Radio Songs for a second week; it surpasses pop airplay by a second frame and becomes Lizzo’s first #1 on adult pop airplay. The single – from Lizzo’s fourth album, Specialreleased Friday (July 15) – simultaneously topping the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Multimetric Hot R&B Songs charts, which use the same multimetric methodology as the Hot 100, for a second and ninth frame, respectively.

Jack Harlow’s “First Class” repeats at #3 on the Hot 100 after three weeks at #1 beginning its debut week in April. It adds a 12th week at the top of the Hot Rap Songs multimetric chart.

Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)” is steady at #4 on the Hot 100 Best, sparked again by its dubbing in Netflix’s fourth season stranger things, after the final two episodes of the season premiered on July 1, the song, originally released in 1985 (when it peaked at number 30), garnered 31.5 million radio views (up 29%) and 21.5 million streams (down 4%). sold 13,000 (down 22%) in the week ended July 14. It posted a fourth week on Digital Song Sales and a third frame on Streaming Songs, while up 26-15 on Radio Songs. “Hill” also topped the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, Hot Rock Songs, and Hot Alternative Songs multimetric charts for a sixth week each.

Future’s “Wait for U,” starring Drake and Tems, remains at No. 5 on the Hot 100 after a week at No. 1 beginning in its debut week in May, and Bad Bunny and Chencho Corleone’s “Me Porto Bonito” climbs to No. 7 -6 for a new high as it tops the Hot Latin Songs multimetric chart for a ninth week; parent album Un Verano Sin Ti tops the Billboard 200 for a fifth week.

Glass Animals’ “Heat Waves” climbs 8-7 on the Hot 100 after five weeks at #1 as of March, and Drake’s “Jimmy Cooks” falls 6-8 three weeks after it topped the chart.

Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul” remains at #9 on the Hot 100 after peaking at #7 and climbs into the top 10 Radio Songs (12-8; 42.8 million, up 22%). The song marks her 18th place in the top 10 in the airplay poll and her first in a starring role since “Drunk in Love” with Jay-Z in March/April 2014. (It’s also her first without any acts since “Sweet Dreams “). in October 2009-January 2010.)

Here’s a summary of the artists with the most radio songs in the Top 10 since the chart’s inception in December 1990:

29, Rihanna
24, Drake
23, Mariah Carey
21, Justin Bieber
20, Lil Wayne
18, Beyonce
18, maroon 5
18, Bruno Mars

(Also, Destiny’s Child with Beyoncé as a member had 10 radio songs in the Top 10 between 1999 and 2005.)

“Soul” – the lead single from Beyoncé’s album Renaissancedue July 29 – reigns the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs multimetric chart for a third week.

Rounding out the Hot 100’s top 10, Latto’s “Big Energy” remains at #10 after peaking at #3 in April.

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