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Steve Lacey’s ‘Bad Habit’ tops 3rd Billboard charts – Billboard

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Steve Lacey’s “Bad Habit” Climbs to No. 1 BoardThe August 6th Rock Streaming Songs, Alternative Streaming Songs and R&B/Hip-Hop Streaming Songs charts.

According to Luminate, in the tracking period July 22-28, “Habit” earned 18.5 million official US streams, a 7% gain.

“Habit” reigns in its fourth week on rock streaming songs and alternative streaming songs, and its third on R&B/hip-hop streaming songs. It debuted at number 10 on the Rock Streaming Songs list on July 16 and peaked at number 4 the following week, followed by number 2 before Coronation. Its trajectory on alternative streaming songs went from number 5 to number 3 to 2 before hitting number 1. On R&B/Hip-Hop Streaming Songs, meanwhile, the song debuted at number 6 and then peaked at number 2 before its lift. up to number 1

This is Lacy’s first No. 1 in all three rankings. He first appeared in Rock Streaming Songs and Alternative Streaming Songs with “Dark Red”, which peaked at number 4 and 7 respectively in 2021.

Speaking of “Red,” it picks up 3% on Rock Streaming Songs 21-18 and Alternative Streaming Songs 16-13 with 4.4 million streams.

“Aadat” is the first song to rule all three lists. Rock streaming songs and R&B/hip-hop streaming songs began in 2013, while alternative streaming songs were introduced in 2020.

“Habit” jumps 4-2 in the rankings for streaming songs across all formats, a new peak. The song also rules R&B streaming songs for the second week in a row.

“Habit” became Lacy’s first Top 10 on the multi-metric Billboard Hot 100, shooting around 14–11. In addition to its streaming numbers, the song accumulated 2.8 million radio audience impressions (617%) and 600 downloads (up 21%). It made its first radio chart appearance on pop airplay, starting at number 32.

“Habit” is the lead single from Gemini right, Lacy’s second studio album. Debuting at number 7 on the Billboard 200 dated July 30 (34,000 equivalent album units), it peaked at number 13 in its second week (25,000 units).



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Reference from www.billboard.com

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