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Beyoncé’s ‘Break My Soul’ dance/mix show tops airplay charts – Billboard

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Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul” peaked at number 1 on Billboard’s dance/mix show airplay chart (dated August 6). He made his fifth leader on the list (which debuted in August 2003), and appeared on “Crazy in Love” for the first time since 2009, featuring Jay-Z (seven weeks at No. 1, 2003); “Baby Boy,” featuring Sean Paul (2003); “Naughty Girl” (Three, 2004); and “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” (Three, 2009).

According to Luminate, “Soul” is producing core-dance airplay on Music Choice Dance/EDM Channel, KMVQ-HD2 San Francisco and Channel Q. (The dance/mix show airplay chart measures radio airplay on a select group of full-time dance stations, along with plays during mix shows on approximately 70 Top 40-formatted journalists.)

lead single from Renaissance 1 on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart for the track to premiere – continues at #1 on the multi-metric Hot Dance/Electronic Songs survey (for a fifth week at the top), as well as on the Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs. (also five weeks) and dance/electronic digital song sales (six). It earned 56.5 million radio airplay audience impressions (up 11%), 8.8 million US streams (up 6%) and sold 6,000 downloads (up 18%) in the tracking week of July 22–28.

The song simultaneously reached a new high on the Billboard Hot 100 (7–6), peaking at number 4 on both the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Radio Songs charts, and digital song sales (7–4) and Improves streaming. Songs (28-25).

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“Soul” crowned its first two Billboard airplay charts, as in addition to dance/mix show airplay, it peaked at #1 on R&B/hip-hop airplay. It also reached #3 on both Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay and Adult R&B Airplay, #5 on Rhythmic Airplay, #12 on Pop Airplay, and #18 on Adult Pop Airplay.

Hello Goodbye’: On the Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart, ODESZA launched at number 2 with the last Goodbye, which earned 25,000 equivalent album units in its first week. It is the third top 10 of the two, after two leaders: In Return (five weeks at No. 1, 2014) and A Moment Apart (One, 2017).

On Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, ODESZA debuts seventh Bye The cuts led to “Forgive Me,” featuring Izzy Bizzu (his first appearance, No. 17), which pulled in 1.5 million domestic streams. All 13 tracks from the album charted, including the title song and the first single (featuring soul legend Betty LaVette), which became ODESZA’s first Top 10 (Number 10 peak, February). ODESZA has recorded 26 entries on the chart, dating back to their first, “Say My Name” featuring Zaira (No. 16, 2015).

Kygo rewrote the top 10 record: Kaigo and Dean Lewis entered the Top 10 Hot Dance/Electronic Songs with “Lost Without You” (13–10). The collab, which earned 1.8 million US streams, became Kaigo’s 23rd Top 10 (and Lewis’s second), surpassing The Chainsmokers (22) for the most Top 10 of all acts since the chart debut in January 2013. .

‘Down’ is up: Returning to the dance/mix show airplay chart, Alok collected her second top 10 and Ella Eyre and Kenny Dopp each earned their first with a 16–9 jump for “Deep Down”, featuring Never Dull. , which is also in his first top 10.

Additionally, Griffin grabbed his fourth Top 10 on the tally and co-leading OneRepublic took his fifth with “You Were Loved” (18–10).



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Reference from www.billboard.com

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