Harry Styles’ “As It Was” Tops Billboard Hot 100 for Fourth Week in a Row – Billboard

Harry Styles‘ ‘As Is’ bounces back for fourth week in a row, tops the list Billboard Hot 100 Song chart.it soaring at the top of the mountain seven weeks ago.

The song is the lead single from Styles’ new album Harry’s House. Released May 20 at Erskine/Columbia Records Number one exist Billboard 200 According to Luminate, the album sold 521,500 copies for the week ended May 26, the best-selling week in the U.S. this year.

Meanwhile, the other three songs are from Harry’s House Debuts in the Top 10 of the Hot 100: “Late Night Talk” (No. 4), “Music at a Sushi Restaurant” (No. 8) and “Matilda” (No. 9).

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Styles is the first British soloist to simultaneously have as many as four songs in the top 10 of the Hot 100. Of all British performances, he only joined the Beatles, who achieved this feat for five consecutive weeks in 1964, including two games where they played five weeks each.

also, LizzoThe “About Damn Time” went 9-5 into the top five of the Hot 100.

The Hot 100 incorporates all types of US streaming (official audio and official video), broadcast play and sales data. All charts (dated June 4, 2022) will be updated on Billboard.com tomorrow (June 1, one day later than usual due to the May 30 Memorial Day holiday in the US). For all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on Twitter and Instagram.

During the tracking week of May 20-26, “as is” broadcast viewer impressions were 73.7 million (up 5%) and 35.6 million streams (up 58%). The song had the highest weekly radio reach and the second-best streaming aggregate after its debut (43.8 million; April 16).

The track was No. 1 in week three radio song Chart and surging 10-1 for the second week in a row streaming songsafter debuting at the summit.

“As It Was” entered the top 10 of the Hot 100 with three debuts, also from Harry’s House: “Late Night Talk” (No. 4), “Music at a Sushi Restaurant” (No. 8) and “Matilda” (No. 9). The 3rd, 4th and 5th places for streaming songs started to shave, with 27 million, 20.8 million and 20.4 million streams respectively.

“Talking” also attracted 6.1 million radio viewers and debuted at number 35 as an unpromoted single, in Pop music playback Charts; “As Is” topped the charts for the third week in a row.

Stiles increases his number to seven singles in the Hot 100 top 10 — more than one directionin which he made a breakthrough, realized (2012-15).

With Styles becoming the first British soloist to achieve four simultaneous Hot 100 Top 10s, he joins Drake (record 9 on the chart on 18th September 2021), Juice WRLD (5th on 25th July 2021). 2020), The Beatles (Five, April 4-11, 1964), Kendrick Lamar, Bad Bunny, Future, J. Cole, Post Malone, Lil Wayne, T-Pain and 50 Cent (each person up to four).

At the same time, after a period of Slow start for new music This year – since only two of the 26 songs that appeared in the Hot 100 top 10 between January and April 9, 2022 were released in 2022 – the 20 top 10 songs released this year are in eight weeks Arrived in the area, by Styles, Jack Harlow, Morgan Warren, Future, Lizzo, Bad Rabbit and Lamar. The latest chart marks the artist’s fourth consecutive top 10 hit from a new album, with Styles followed by Lamar (May 28), Bad Bunny (May 21) and Future (May 14) .

Harlow’s ‘First Class’ falls to No. 2 on Hot 100 after three straight weeks at No. 1; it fly above Statistics for April 23. The song won the Hot 100’s Airplay Gainer for the sixth week in a row (tied with Imagine Dragons and JID’s “Enemy” for the best winning streak of the year in February-April) as it topped 3 on Radio Songs -2 leads 14% to 68 million viewers.

“First Class” also requires the sixth week in two Top R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Top Rap Songs Chart, which uses the same multi-indicator approach as the Hot 100.

Future’s “Wait for U” featuring Drake and Tems bounces back 4-3 on Hot 100 three weeks into the future debut first.

Lizzo’s “About Damn Time” entered the top five of the Hot 100, jumping 9-5 thanks to a 25% increase in its broadcast audience to 35.3 million. All four of her top 10s are now in the top five as her latest releases are “Truth Hurts” (starting September 2019, week 7), “Good as Hell” (2019) No. 3 in November) and “Rumours,” featuring Cardi B (Issue 4, August 2021).

“Time” clocks in on the 1st digital song sales The first time (although sales fell 14% to 11,900 units). Lizzo adds her third leader to the charts after “Truth Hurts” (five weeks in 2019) and “Good as Hell” (one, 2020).

“Time” returns the second week on multiple indicators at the same time Top R&B Songs chart.

Glass Animals’ ‘Heat Waves’ rebounds 12-6 in Hot 100, tops No. 1 after five weeks as it dominates multiple metrics hot rock and alternative songs and Top Alternative Songs Week 36 of each leaderboard, Latto’s “Big Energy” climbed 10-7 on the Hot 100 after No. 3.

Among the other top 10s on the Hot 100, Bad Bunny and Chencho Corleone’s “Me Porto Bonito” climbed 14-10, retracing the highs reached when they debuted two weeks ago.Track tops multiple metrics Top Latin Songs Chart for the second week.

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