Lizzo’s ‘About Damn Time’ No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100 for second week – Billboard

Lizzo’s “About Damn Time” tops the Billboard Hot 100 song chart for a second week.

Simultaneously, Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul” soared to No. 6 on the Hot 100 and Post Malone’s “I Like You (A Happier Song)” featuring Doja Cat returned to the top 10, bouncing back to its best ever No. 9, spurred on by the July 25 premiere of its official video.

The Hot 100 mixes all genres of US streaming (official audio and video), radio airplay and sales data. All charts (dated August 6, 2022) will be updated on Billboard.com tomorrow (August 2). For all charting news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on Twitter and Instagram.

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“About Damn Time,” released on Nice Life/Atlantic Records, garnered 91.1 million radio audience impressions (up 1%) and 12.5 million streams (down 13%) and has sold 8,000 downloads (down 44%) from July 22 to July 28. follow-up week, according to Luminate.

The track – which a week earlier became Lizzo’s second Hot 100 No. 1, after “Truth Hurts,” which reigned for seven weeks in 2019 – has a fourth week at No. 1 on the Radio Songs chart; drops to No. 3 after two weeks atop digital song sales; and dips to No. 10 from his best No. 8 on streaming songs.

“Time” simultaneously crowns the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot R&B Songs charts, which use the same multi-metric methodology as the Hot 100, for a fourth and eleventh week, respectively.

Harry Styles’ former 10-week Hot 100 No. 1, “As It Was,” ranks second. between Memorial Day and Labor Day, every week this year.

Kate Bush’s ‘Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)’ holds No. 3 on the Hot 100. Its revival sparked by its sync in Netflix’s fourth season stranger things, the song, originally released in 1985 (when it reached No. 30), won the Hot 100 Airplay Gainer for a second week (48.4 million, up 17%). It simultaneously paced the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, Hot Rock Songs, and Hot Alternative Songs multi-metric charts for an eighth week each.

Jack Harlow’s “First Class” maintains its No. 4 cruising altitude on the Hot 100, after three weeks at No. 1 from its first week in April, as it adds a 14th week atop the multi-chart. Hot Rap Songs metric, and Future’s “Wait for U,” featuring Drake and Tems, is also stationary at No. 5 on the Hot 100, following a week at No. 1 from its first week in May.

Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul” soars 7-6 for a new Hot 100 peak. The first single from her album Renaissance, released on July 29 and expected on the charts dated August 13 next week, the sport wins across the board, as it ranks No. 4 on Radio Songs (56.5 million, up 10%) and climbs 7-4 on Digital Song Sales (6,000, up 18%) and 28-25 on Streaming Songs (8.8 million, up 6%). It topped the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs multimetric chart for a fifth week.

Harry Styles’ “Late Night Talking,” whose official video premiered on July 13, is ahead 9-7 on the Hot 100, having peaked at No. 4 on its June debut. It also reached the top five on Radio Songs (6-5; 52.1 million, up 8%).

Bad Bunny and Chencho Corleone’s “Me Porto Bonito” retires to No. 8 on its best No. 6 Hot 100, as it leads Streaming Songs for a second week (19.7 million, down 6%). A week earlier, the track became the first all-Spanish No. 1 on Streaming Songs since the chart launched in January 2013. The collaboration topped the Hot Latin Songs multi-metric chart for an 11th week and a parent album. . A summer without you orders the Billboard 200 for a seventh picture.

Post Malone’s “I Like You (A Happier Song)” featuring Doja Cat returns to the top 10 on the Hot 100, rebounding from No. 12 to its peak No. 9 hit for the first time in June. With its official video premiered July 25, it pushes 15-11 on Streaming Songs (12.6 million streams in the week ending July 28, up 14%), 17-15 on Radio Songs (34 .9 million, up 10%) and 33-17 on digital song sales (3,000, up 11%).

Rounding out the Hot 100 top 10, Glass Animals’ “Heat Waves” drops 8-10, after five weeks at No. 1 from March. Notably, it records its 80th week on the chart, becoming the third title in the chart’s 64-year history to reach the milestone (and is the only such hit to have ranked in the top 10 until its 80th). image) .

Most weeks totaled on the Billboard Hot 100:
90, “Blinding Lights”, The Weeknd, peak #1 (for four weeks), from April 4, 2020
87, “Radioactive”, Imagine Dragons, n° 3, July 6, 2013
80, “Heat Waves,” Glass Animals, No. 1 (five weeks), from March 12, 2022
79, “Sail”, AWOLNATION, n° 17, October 12, 2013
77, “Levitation”, Dua Lipa, No. 2, May 22, 2021
76, “I am yours”, Jason Mraz, n° 6, September 20, 2008
69, “Save Your Tears,” The Weeknd & Ariana Grande, #1 (two weeks), from May 8, 2021
69, “How Can I Live,” LeAnn Rimes, No. 2, December 13, 1997
68, “Counting Stars,” OneRepublic, No. 2, January 18, 2014
68, “Party Rock Anthem”, LMFAO feat. Lauren Bennett & GoonRock, No. 1 (six weeks), from July 16, 2011

Again, for all charting news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on Twitter and Instagram and all charts (dated August 6), including the entire Hot 100, will be refreshed on Billboard.com tomorrow (August 2) .

Luminate, the independent data provider of the Billboard charts, performs a comprehensive and thorough review of all data submissions used to compile the charts weekly rankings. Luminate reviews and authenticates data, removing suspicious or unverifiable activity using established criteria before final chart calculations are made and published. In partnership with Billboarddata deemed suspicious and unverifiable is disqualified before final calculations.

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