glass animals‘ burns bright above the “heat waves” billboard hot 100 for the fifth week. Four weeks ago, it set a record 59-week Climbing number 1 . As far as, During this, lato As “Big Energy” explodes from No. 11 to No. 3, climbs into its first Hot 100 Top 10.
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“Heat Waves”, released on Wolf Tone/Polydor/Republic Records, sold 65.1 million radio airplay audience impressions and 14.8 million US streams (down 2% in each metric) and 2,800 downloads (down 3%) in March 25–31. Luminate, formerly Tracking Weeks according to MRC data.
The single, the first Hot 100 entry for a British quartet, marks its fourth week at No. radio songs Chart; keeps your number 3 high streaming songs, and falls on 20-24 digital song salesWhere it reached number 13.
Singles Wrote No. 1s for 10 Weeks: Notably, songs written by each single author have topped the Hot 100 for 10 consecutive weeks. Glass Animals frontman Dave Bailey wrote “Heat Waves”, a success five weeks encanto Ensemble No. 1 “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” by Lin-Manuel Miranda. (See more on the latter anthem below.)
The 10-week streak held by singles-written songs at the top of the Hot 100 is the longest since reigning 10 weeks with their own “Happy” in March–May 2014. (Longest such streak in the Hot 100’s 63-year history? 17 straight weeks in August–November 1994, thanks to two No. 1: Lisa Loeb and Nine Stories’ “Stay [I Missed You]written by loebo [three weeks on top]and Boyz II Men’s “I’ll Make Love to You,” written by Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds ,
Bailey, Miranda, Richie and Lennon: Meanwhile, “Heat Waves” and “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” marked the first set of singles-penned songs to consistently top the Hot 100 for at least five weeks in more than 41 years. The duo is the first since Kenny Rogers’ “Lady”, written by Lionel Richie, which reigned for six weeks, and John Lennon’s self-written “(Just Like) Starting Over” (posthumous No. 1 for the legend) of five frames. Led in November 1980-January 1981.
Best by British Groups: Also, with its fifth week atop the Hot 100, “Heat Waves” becomes one of only nine number 1s by British groups to reign at least as long in the chart’s archives (five included Paul McCartney). are, via The Beatles or Wings). The song also boasts the longest command by a British group since UB40’s “Can’t Help Falling in Love”, which ran for seven weeks in 1993.
Longest Leading Hot 100 No. 1 by British Groups
week at number 1, title, artist, date reached number 1
9, “Hey Jude,” The Beatles, September 28, 1968
8, “Every Breath You Take,” Police, July 9, 1983
8, “Night Fever,” Bee Gees, March 18, 1978
7, “Can’t Help Falling in Love,” UB40, July 24, 1993
7, “I Want to Hold Your Hand,” The Beatles, February 1, 1964
5, “Heat Waves,” Glass Animals, March 12, 2022
5, “Silly Love Songs,” Wings, May 22, 1976
5, “Get Back,” The Beatles (with Billy Preston), May 24, 1969
5, “Can’t Buy Me Love,” The Beatles, April 4, 1964
(The Bee Gees were born on the Isle of Man and moved to the UK, Australia, and back to the UK; Police and Wings had British frontmen and British and American members.)
Among all British acts (duo/groups and soloists), Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk!” (featuring American Bruno Mars) and Elton John’s “Candle in the Wind 1997″/”Something About the Way You Look Tonight” share the longest Hot 100 domination: 14 weeks each in 2015 and 1997–98, respectively.
The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber’s “Stay” peaked at number 1 on the Hot 100 at number 2 after seven weeks. 2 on radio songs (61.5 million, up 2%) followed by streaming songs (11 million, down 2%). As the track spent all 38 of its weeks in the Top 10 on the Hot 100, with its entrance at number 3 on the chart on July 24, 2021, it added Post Malone’s “Circle” for the longest consecutive run. Top 10 from Debut; “Circles” registered their first 38 weeks in the list in the 2019-20 tier.
“Stay” further spends a record-extension 14th week at number 2 on the Hot 100; 21st week in the top two; And the 23rd week in the top three.
Lato made his first Hot 100 Top 10 jump as “Big Energy” won 11–3. It debuted at number 7-6 on digital song sales (12,900, up 146%) and radio songs (52.7 million, up 8%) and at number 14 on streaming songs (9.5 million, up 36%), as it did on the Hot 100. The top Airplay, Sales and Streaming Gainer awards have tripled. (It’s the first song since Adele’s “Easy on Me” to meet all three honors in a single week, after a full week of tracking atop the charts on October 30, 2021.)
The range of “Big Energy” followed the release of Lato’s second LP on March 25, 777, and the arrival of a remix of the song on March 28 with Mariah Carey and featuring DJ Khaled. (Carey and DJ Khaled are not listed on “Big Energy” on the Hot 100, as the remix did not account for the majority of the song’s total consumption during the tracking week.) Carey hit its 1995 eight-week number. Sang a part of 1. “Fantasy” in 1 remix; Both songs predate the Tom Tom Club classic “Genius of Love”, which peaked at number 31 on the Hot 100 in April 1982.
“I fell in love with the beat,” Lato said Board To redefine “the brilliance of love” as “big energy” in November. “It’s so fascinating. I knew it would bring a whole new audience and fanbase to my career.”
Kodak Black’s “Super Gremlin” dropped from its No. 3 Hot 100 high to No. 4, and Imagine Dragons and JID’s “Anime” went 7-5. Imagine Dragons entered their fourth top five Hot 100 hit (among five Top 10) after “Radioactive” (number 3, July 2013); “Belief” (No. 4, August 2017); and “Thunder” (No. 4, December 2017). Rapper/singer JID earned his first top five hit on the charts.
Justin Bieber’s “Ghost” slipped from its number 5 Hot 100 to number six, and Gayle’s “Abkdeffu” fell 4–7 after reaching number 3.
From “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” encanto, descends from 6-8 on the Hot 100, with, as noted above, five weeks at No. 1, the longest reign ever for a song from a Disney film. Track, Carolina Gaten, Mauro Castillo, Adasa, Renzi Feliz, Diane Guerrero, Stephanie Beatriz and The encanto The cast, all singing as the characters they voice in the film, topped the streaming songs for the 13th week (18.6 million, down 4%), the sixth longest since the chart debuted in January 2013. bound by the rules.
Lil Nas X’s “That’s What I Want” retreated from its number 8 Hot 100 to number 9, and “Woman” peaked at number 9 a week after Doja Cat’s “Woman” reached the top 10. “Women” concurrently crowned multi-metric Hot R&B Songs Chart for the fifth week.
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