Zay Hilfigerrr and Zayion McCall's "Juju" Jumps to Top 10, The Chainsmokers' "Closer" Rules Hot 100,
Zay Hilfigerrr and Zayion McCall's "Juju" Jumps to Top 10, The Chainsmokers' "Closer" Rules Hot 100, "Closer" leads for an eleventh week, passing Drake's "One Dance" for the longest charge of 2016. Additionally, popular hit "Juju on That Beat (TZ Anthem)" surges 13-9.
The Chainsmokers control the Billboard Hot 100 (dated Nov. 12) for an eleventh week with "Closer," highlighting Halsey, revising the stamp for the longest control for a tune in 2016. In addition, Zay Hilfiger and Zayion McCall's "Juju on That Beat (TZ Anthem)" surges 13-9.
Here on Halloween, as we do each Monday when the graph is gathered, we should treat ourselves to a summary of all the ear sweet in the main 10 of the Hot 100, which mixes deals, airplay and spilling information. Highlights of the Hot 100 post on Billboard.com every Monday, with all outlines upgraded every Tuesday.
With its eleventh week on the Hot 100, "Closer," discharged on Disruptor/Columbia Records, passes Drake's "One Dance," including WizKid and Kyla, for the most weeks at No. 1 for a tune in 2016; "Move" commanded for 10 weeks in May through July. "Closer" joins the longest summon since Wiz Khalifa's "See You Again," highlighting Charlie Puth, drove for 12 weeks in April-July 2015. (Counting "Closer," just 21 No. 1s - of 1,057 aggregate, over the Hot 100's 58-year history - have ruled for no less than 11 weeks.)
"Closer" remains the top offering, most-gushed and most-heard radio tune in the U.S. It drives the Digital Song Sales outline for the twelfth week (84,000 downloads sold, down 14 percent, in the week finishing Oct. 27, as per Nielsen Music); Streaming Songs for an eleventh week (31.9 million U.S. streams, down 1 percent); and Radio Songs for a fifth casing (155 million in airplay gathering of people, up 2 percent, in the week finishing Oct. 30). Quite, notwithstanding its general spilling decrease, "Closer" picks up by 8 percent to 16.2 million U.S. YouTube sees taking after the Oct. 24 debut of its official video.
Amazingly, "Closer" orders the Hot 100 and every one of the three of its primary part diagrams (Digital Song Sales, Streaming Songs and Radio Songs) at the same time for a fifth week; just Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk!," including Bruno Mars, drove all the studies in the meantime for more weeks (nine, in 2015). "Closer" also tops Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs outline for the eleventh week.
The Weeknd's "Starboy," highlighting Daft Punk, positions at its No. 2 high on the Hot 100 for a fourth week. It keeps at No. 2 on Streaming Songs (24.8 million, down 3 percent); lifts 3-2 on Digital Song Sales (74,000, Zay Hilfigerrr and Zayion McCall's "Juju" Jumps to Top 10, The Chainsmokers' "Closer" Rules Hot 100, down 11 percent) and ascensions 4-3 on Radio Songs (123 million, up 8 percent). Also, following 11 weeks on the sound membership administrations in view of Demand Songs spilling diagram for "Closer," "Starboy" assumes control over the positioning with a 2-1 rise (15.3 million on-request clicks, albeit down 6 percent). The Weeknd wins his second On-Demand Songs No. 1, taking after "Can't Feel My Face" (seven weeks, 2015). "Starboy" also beat the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs graph for the fifth week. The tune is the lead single from The Weeknd's collection of a similar name, due Nov. 25.
Twenty One Pilots' "Rapscallions" is consistent at No. 3 on the Hot 100 subsequent to logging four weeks at its No. 2 top. It holds at No. 2 on Radio Songs (141 million, up 4 percent); pushes 4-3 on Digital Song Sales (61,000, down 12 percent); and drops 4-5 on Streaming Songs (yet remains basically even from the prior week with 17.9 million). It counts the twelfth week at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Rock Songs outline.
DJ Snake's "Let Me Love You," highlighting Justin Bieber, is stationary on the Hot 100 at its No. 4 crest, while D.R.A.M's. leap forward hit "Broccoli," including Lil Yachty, in like manner remains at its No. 5 high. "Broccoli" best the Hot Rap Songs graph for an eighth week.
Bruno Mars' "24K Magic" spots at No. 6 for a moment week on the Hot 100 subsequent to appearing at No. 5 two weeks prior. It makes its most prominent picks up in airplay, rising 8-7 on Radio Songs (96 million, up 12 percent).
Ariana Grande's "Side to Side," highlighting Nicki Minaj, rises 8-7 on the Hot 100, turning into the most noteworthy diagramming hit from Grande's collection Dangerous Woman; the title track lead single came to No. 8 in June. She scores her most astounding rank since remain solitary melody "Center" appeared and topped at No. 7 on Nov. 21, 2015. Then, Minaj acquires her most astounding spot in almost two years, since Nov. 22, 2014, when she positioned at No. 5 in the wake of cresting at No. 3 with "Blast Bang," with Grande and Jessie J.
Major Lazer's "Icy Water," including Bieber and MO, dives 7-8 on the Hot 100, in the wake of coming to No. 2.
Zay Hilfigerrr and Zayion McCall's "Juju on That Beat (TZ Anthem)" hops into the Hot 100's main 10 (13-9) as the diagram's top Streaming Gainer, controlled vigorously by its 5-4 bounce back on Streaming Songs (19.4 million, up 23 percent). On Digital Song Sales, the track plunges 10-12 however picks up by 8 percent to 41,000 sold.
Like Silento's No. 3 Hot 100 hit "Watch Me" and iLoveMemphis' No. 15-topping "Hit the Quan" (both in 2015), "Juju" has blossomed with the quality of hand crafted move recordings. "Individuals continue discovering it and drawing in with ['Juju']," says Jeff Vaughn, senior chief of A&R at Artist Partners Group (APG), a joint wander with Atlantic Records, where the couple is presently marked. "Shaq[uille O'Neal] simply did the test [on Oct. 20]."
Adjusting the Hot 100's main 10, snap's "I Hate U I Love U," highlighting Olivia O'Brien, comes back to its No. 10 crest (which it initially achieved three weeks prior). It keeps on scaling Radio Songs, where it lifts 17-16 (61 million, up 1 percent).
Past the Hot 100's top section, Hailee Steinfeld and Gray's "Starving, including Zedd, zooms 18-14, hitting another high, while two tunes enter the main 20: Rae Sremmurd's "Dark Beatles," highlighting Gucci Mane (22-16), and Sia's "The Greatest," highlighting Kendrick Lamar (25-19) Zay Hilfigerrr and Zayion McCall's "Juju" Jumps to Top 10, The Chainsmokers' "Closer" Rules Hot 100,
Drake gloats two of the main three makes a big appearance on the Hot 100: "Fake Love" (No. 24) and "Sneakin'," highlighting 21 Savage (No. 38); in the middle of, Pentatonix's "Thank heaven" bows at No. 32. In the interim, as Lady Gaga's Joanne opens at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 collections diagram, the set's "Million Reasons" re-enters the Hot 100 at No. 57, another pinnacle; "A-YO" debuts at No. 66; and the collection's No. 15-topping lead single "Immaculate Illusion" returns at No. 78.
Discover more Hot 100 news in the week by week "Hot 100 Chart Moves" section in the not so distant future, and visit Billboard.com tomorrow (Nov. 1), when all graphs, incorporating the Hot 100 completely, will invigorate. The Hot 100 and different rankings will likewise show up in the following issue of Billboard magazine, marked down Friday (Nov. 4).
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