Jack Harlow’s “First Class” hits No. 2 on Hot 100 for second week

Jack Harlow‘First Class’ regains first place Billboard Hot 100 The song chart bounced back from No. 3, remaining at No. 1 for the second week in a row.four weeks ago, it first test flight in its debut frame. song introduces the rapper’s LP go home kids miss youwhich one open on the 3rd exist Billboard 200 album chart.


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The track oversaw the top 10 and included five new songs from the region, such as bad rabbit First four songs – all from his new album, Un Verano Sin Tiwhich one Number one exist Billboard 200 – led by the “Moscow Mule” in fourth place, while LizzoThe “About the Damn Time” jumped 19-9.

Notably, Bad Bunny’s four new Hot 100 Top 10s are historic, as four all-Spanish songs simultaneously chart in the region for the first time in the chart’s 63-year history.

add, Harry Styles‘ “As It Was” reached No. 2 on the Hot 100 three weeks after reaching the top, becoming the most-watched song on U.S. radio, with Styles in radio song chart.

The Hot 100 incorporates all types of US streaming (official audio and official video), broadcast play and sales data. All charts (dated May 21, 2022) will be updated on Billboard.com tomorrow (May 17). For all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on Twitter and Instagram.

Released on Generation Now/Atlantic Records, “First Class” attracted 47.9 million radio viewer impressions — up 31 percent as it won the Hot 100’s top Airplay Gainer for the fourth week in a row — and 31.1 million streams (up 21 percent) %) According to Luminate, there were 8,000 downloads (up 14%) during the tracking week of May 6-12.

The track goes up 3-2 streaming songs, ranked No. 1 three weeks later and set a new record for the Radio Songs at 10-8. it fell 6-7 digital song salesafter a one-week peak, although its sales have grown.

“First Class” Played by Harlow At the 2022 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night (May 15), while returning for week four, everyone topped the charts Top R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Top Rap Songs Chart, which uses the same multi-indicator approach as the Hot 100.

Harry Styles’ “As It Was” was No. 2 on the Hot 100 after three weeks at No. 1 with 65.9 million plays (up 12%), 23.2 million streams (down 9%), and sold 7,500 (down 54%; a week ago it had surged 78% with the help of a download option with alternative artwork released on May 4).

A week after the single hit No. 1 in digital song sales, it became Styles’ third leader, jumping 3-1 for “As Is” after “Sign of the Times” and “Watermelon Candy” in 2017 and 2020 respectively Radio Songs is also Styles’ first chart-topper, behind “Adore You” and “Watermelon,” both at No. 2 in 2020.

The lead single “As It Was” from Styles’ third album, Harry’s Housedue Friday (May 20), to further take over the top Pop music playback The charts, marking his third No. 1 after “Worship” and “Watermelon,” ruled for a week and seven respectively in 2020.

Future’s “Wait for U” starring Drake and Tems slips to No. 3 on Hot 100 the week ahead, a week later Number oneStill, it spent its second week on streaming songs (31.5 million, down 21%).

Bad Bunny debuts four songs on the Hot 100 in the top 10, all from his new Billboard 200 leader Un Verano Sin Ti, in 4th place by the “Moscow Mule” (driven by 30.4 million streams). This is followed by “Tití Me Preguntó” at No. 5 (25.1 million), “Después De La Playa” at No. 6 (24.9 million) and “Me Porto Bonito” (Chencho Corleone) at No. 10 (2370) Ten thousand).

The Puerto Rico native star has doubled his top 10 Hot 100 total to eight — all of which debuted in the region — which he previously entered with “I Like It,” Cardi B and J Balvin. Top 10 (Week #1, July 2018); “MIA” featuring Drake (Issue 5, October 2018); “Dákiti” with Jhay Cortez (Issue 5, December 2020) ); and “Yona Kingdom” (issue 10, June 2021). Corleone collected his first Hot 100 top 10.

Meanwhile, Bad Bunny recorded the seventh week of an act that posted four or more simultaneous Top 10 Hot 100 debuts a week later The future is here There are four. This follows Drake’s record 9 top 10 finishes after J. Cole (29 May 2021), Juice WRLD (25 July 2020), Lil Wayne (13 October 2018) Chart (September 18, 2021 Breaking In) and Drake (July 14, 2018) each had four simultaneous hits in the top 10.

Bad Bunny also single-handedly made history in the top 10 of the Hot 100, as four all-Spanish songs appeared simultaneously in the region’s 63-year archive for the first time.

In addition, the “Moscow Mule” debuts with multiple indicators Top Latin Songs chart, becoming Bad Bunny’s 10th No. 1 and his fifth premiere.

Glass Animals’ ‘Heat Waves’ Drops 5-7 on the Hot 100 to No. 1 After Five Weeks as It Dominates Multiple Metrics hot rock and alternative songs and Top Alternative Songs Week 34 of each leaderboard, Latto’s “Big Energy” went 6-8 back on the Hot 100 after No. 3.

Elsewhere in the Hot 100’s top 10, Lizzo’s “About Damn Time” leads 19-9.It dropped to No. 60 after debuting at No. 50 on the charts on April 30, before surging over the past two weeks as its popularity on TikTok grew and users danced to the song (though Some don’t quite meet Lizzo’s standards), she tease“I’ve never had a pop dance song before… y’all made my eyes sweat,” she captioned her dance compilation on the platform after the song soared 60-19 on the Hot 100. added in. “S/O Thank you to everyone who danced for ‘About the Damn Time’… Y’all helped it get 41 spots on @billboard!”)

The track increased 50% to 16.9 million streams and 72% to 17,500 sales during the tracking week as it climbed 21-15 in streaming songs and remained the third-highest in digital song sales and gained streaming And top honors for sales revenue on the Hot 100. It also ranks 44-28 on Radio Songs (21 million, up 32%).

Lizzo on “Truth Hurts” (#7 from September 2019), “Good as Hell” (#3 November 2019) and Cardi B (#4, August 2021).

“Time”, from Lizzo’s album specialas of July 15, also pushed 2-1 in multiple indicators Top R&B Songs chart, becoming her second leader on the list behind “Good as Hell” (Week 10 2019).

Likewise, for all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on Twitter and Instagram, and all charts (dated May 21), including the full Hot 100, will be released tomorrow (May 17) at Refresh on Billboard.com.

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