Lizzo’s “About Damn Time” dominates the Billboard Hot 100 Songs chart for a second week.
Simultaneously, Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul” climbs to a new No. 6 Hot 100 high and Post Malone’s “I Like You (A Happier Song)” featuring Doja Cat returns to the top 10 and bounces back at No. 9, boosted by the Its official video premiered on July 25.
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About Damn Time, released on Nice Life/Atlantic Records, racked up 91.1 million radio airplay impressions (up 1%) and 12.5 million streams (down 13%) from July 22-28, and sold 8,000 downloads (down 44%). tracking week, according to Luminate.
The track – which became Lizzo’s second Hot 100 No. 1 a week earlier, after “Truth Hurts,” which reigned for seven weeks in 2019 – counts for a fourth week at No. 1 on the Radio Songs chart; drops to #3 in Digital Song Sales after two weeks; and dives at No. 10 from its No. 8 Best Streaming Songs.
“Time” simultaneously topped the charts for Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot R&B Songs, which use the same multimetric methodology as the Hot 100, for a fourth and eleventh week, respectively.
Harry Styles’ previous 10-week Hot 100 #1 “As It Was” remains at No. 2. The single reigns over the Songs of the Summer chart for a ninth week as it topped the seasonal poll that ranked the top tracks tracked between Memorial Day and Labor Day, every week this year.
Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)” remains at #3 on the Hot 100. Its revival was sparked by its dubbing in Netflix’s fourth season stranger things, the song originally released in 1985 (when it peaked at number 30), claims the Hot 100’s Top Airplay Gainer award for a second week (48.4 million, up 17%). It moves simultaneously on the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, Hot Rock Songs, and Hot Alternative Songs multimetric charts for an eighth week each.
Jack Harlow’s “First Class” maintains its No. 4 cruising altitude on the Hot 100 after three weeks at No. 1 beginning its debut week in April, as it adds a 14th week at the top of the Hot Rap Songs multimetric chart, and Future’s “Wait for U,” starring Drake and Tems, is also steady at No. 5 on the Hot 100 after a week at No. 1 beginning in its debut week in May.
Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul” climbs to a new Hot 100 high at 7-6. The lead single from their album Renaissance, which will be released on July 29 and is due on the charts next week, August 13, gains across the board as it holds up at number 4 on Radio Songs (56.5 million, up 10%) and digital up 7-4 in song sales (6,000, up 18%) and 28-25 in streaming songs (8.8 million, up 6%). It tops the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs multimetric chart for a fifth week.
“Late Night Talking” by Harry Styles, whose official video premiered on July 13, jumps 9-7 on the Hot 100 after peaking at #4 on its debut in June. It also makes the top 5 in Radio Songs (6-5; 52.1 million, up 8%).
Bad Bunny and Chencho Corleone’s “Me Porto Bonito” retreats from its No. 6 position on the Hot 100 to No. 8 as it leads streaming songs for its second week (19.7 million, down 6%). A week earlier, the track was the first all-Spanish-language #1 on Streaming Songs since debuting on the chart in January 2013. The collaboration tops the multimetric Hot Latin Songs chart for an 11th weekly and parent album Un Verano Sin Ti commands the Billboard 200 a seventh frame.
Post Malone’s “I Like You (A Happier Song)” featuring Doja Cat returns to the top 10 on the Hot 100, recovering from No. 12 to its No. 9 peak, first reached in June. After its official video premiered on July 25, it pushes 15-11 in streaming songs (12.6 million streams in the week ended July 28, up 14%), 17-15 in radio songs (34, 9 million, up 10%) and 33-17 in digital song sales (3,000, up 11%).
Glass Animals’ “Heat Waves” rounds out the top 10 on the Hot 100, falling 8-10 after being at #1 for five weeks from March. Remarkably, it marks its 80th week on the chart, becoming only the third title in the chart’s 64-year history to reach that milestone (and the only one of those hits to remain in its 80th frame in the top 10 landed). .
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
80, “Heat Waves,” Glass Animals, #1 (five weeks), from March 12, 2022
79, “Sail,” AWOLNATION, No. 17, October 12, 2013
77, “Floating,” Dua Lipa, no. 2, May 22, 2021
76, “I’m Yours,” Jason Mraz, No. 6, September 20, 2008
69, “Save Your Tears,” The Weeknd & Ariana Grande, #1 (two weeks), from May 8, 2021
69, “How Do I Live,” LeAnn Rimes, No. 2, December 13, 1997
68, “Counting Stars”, OneRepublic, No. 2, January 18, 2014
68, “Party Rock Anthem”, LMFAO feat. Lauren Bennett & GoonRock, #1 (Six Weeks), from July 16, 2011
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