Morgan Wallen’s “Last Night” adds eighth week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Songs chart.
Also, Tucci’s “Favorite Song” jumps 8–5 to the top five of the Hot 100 and Bad Bunny’s “Where She Goes” launches at number 8, becoming his 10th top 10.
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Wallen’s “Last Night”, released on Big Loud/Mercury/Republic Records, sold 65.4 million radio airplay audience impressions (up 3%) and 32.7 million streams (down 1%) and 9,000 downloads (up 1%) on May 19. . According to Luminate -25 tracking weeks.
The song, which led the Hot 100 for the first time in March, became Wallen’s initial leader on the list, reaching No. 1 in its 10th week on the Streaming Songs chart; digital song sales drop 2–5, after a week at the top; and remains at number 5 on Radio Songs.
“Last Night” also topped the Country Airplay chart for a fourth week, becoming the first track to simultaneously rule the Hot 100 and Country Airplay, and continued in the top 20 on Pop Airplay, Adult Pop Airplay and Adult Contemporary. . It led the Hot Country Songs chart, which uses the same methodology as the Hot 100, for 16 weeks.
As previously reported, the original album “Last Night” One thing at a time dominated the Billboard 200 for a 12th week, comprising its entire stay on the chart to date. It Claims the Most Consecutive Weeks at No. 1 Since Titanic The soundtrack followed in 1998 on 16. meanwhile, One thing at a time is only the second album to spend its first 12 weeks at the top after Stevie Wonder’s classic song in the key of life led through its first 13 weeks in 1976–77. Also, dozen weeks at the top of the Billboard 200 One thing at a time Highest marked for a country album since Billy Ray Cyrus some gave allThe hit hit its own crossover smash, “Achy Breaky Heart”, which lasted 17 weeks in 1992.
Miley Cyrus’ “Flowers” rebounded from its debut in January at No. 1, 3-2 on the Hot 100 after eight weeks. It posted a 15th week atop Radio Songs (89.7 million in viewers, down 2%).
“Flowers” has the sixth-longest reign since radio songs began in December 1990—and matches Adele’s “Easy on Me” for the longest reign for a Columbia Records single.
Most Weeks at No. 1 on Radio Songs:
- 26, “Blinding Lights,” The Weeknd, 2020
- 18, “Iris,” Goo Goo Dolls, 1998
- 16, “Girls Like You,” Maroon 5 ft. Cardi B, 2018
- 16, “We Belong Together,” Mariah Carey, 2005
- 16, “Don’t Speak,” No Doubt, 1996–97
- 15, “Flower,” Miley Cyrus, 2023
- 15, “Easy On Me,” Adele, 2021–22
SZA’s “Kill Bill” went 4-3 on the Hot 100 for one week in April, when it became her first No. 1. It ruled the multi-metric Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot R&B Songs charts for 21 and 23 weeks, respectively.
On Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, “Kill Bill”‘s No. 1 run is historic, as the song passed Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road,” featuring the aforementioned Billy Ray Cyrus, after making the chart. An omnibus style poll in 1958 for the longest command from.
Most Weeks at No. 1 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs:
- 21, “Kill Bill,” SZA, 2022–23
- 20, “Old Town Road,” Lil Nas x Feat. Billy Ray Cyrus, 2019
- 18, “Industry Baby,” Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow, 2021–22
- 18, “One Dance,” Drake feat. wizkid and kyla, 2016
- 16, “Blurred Lines,” Robin Thicke feat. Ti + Pharrell, 2013
- 15, “Be Without You,” Mary J. Blige, 2006
Rhema and Selena Gomez’s “Calm Down” reaches a new Hot 100 high, rising 6-4. It led the Billboard US Afrobeats Songs chart for 39 weeks, extending the longest reign since the ranking’s inception a year earlier (in partnership with music festival and global brand Afro Nation).
Tucci’s “Favorite Song” goes 8–5 to reach the top five of the Hot 100 for the first time. A new remix with the help of Future, was released on May 19, on digital song sales, to go with the previously available version as well as the “Midnight Session” mix, with Khalid and speed-up and instrumental options. The track went 17-1 (17,000 sold, up 471%), as TooCi reigns in its initial appearance on the chart.
The track climbs 8-5 on Streaming Songs (22.4 million, up 12%) – as it wins the Hot 100’s Top Sales and Streaming Gainer awards – and 17-14 on Radio Airplay (36.4 million, up 15%). Additionally, it rebounded for a third week at No. 1 on the multi-metric Hot Rap Songs chart.
Eslabon Armado and Peso Pluma’s “Ella Baila Sola” went 5–6 on the Hot 100, peaking at number 4 – the best rank ever for a regional Mexican song. The collaboration claims an eighth week at No. 1 on the multi-metric Hot Latin Songs chart.
Lil Durk’s “All My Life”, featuring J.J. Cole Incorporated fell to No. 7 on the Hot 100, a week later it peaked at No. 2.
Bad Bunny’s “Where She Goes” peaked at number 8 on the Hot 100 after its release on May 18, with 23.4 million streams, 2.9 million radio reaches, and 2,000 sold. The Spanish-language song marks the star’s 10th top 10, and second this year after “Un x100to” with Grupo Frontera, which previously peaked at No. 5 in May.
“Where She Goes” is Bad Bunny’s first Hot 100 entry with no artist since the release of his LP un verano sin twhich ruled the Billboard 200 for 13 weeks in May–October 2022 and generated four Hot 100 top 10s.
Crossing the Top 10 of the Hot 100, Metro Boomin, The Weeknd and 21 Savage’s “Creepin'” slides 7-9 after hitting No. 3, and Luke Combs’ cover of Tracy Chapman’s “Fast Car” at No. Backs up from 9. No. 10 a week after reaching the territory, although it takes Top Airplay Gainer honors (19.8 million, up 52%).
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