The National, the Rolling Stones, and the Eagles have all broken through at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with “It It’s Always Summertime in Philadelphia,” according to Nielsen SoundScan.
The band’s “We Will Rock You” debuts at No, with “The Way You Make Me Feel” (featuring Chris Stapleton) dropping at No 2.
The song is also up in its third week of airplay on Vevo, and it was the first song to debut at No 1 on Radio Songs in its first week.
It’s the first No. 2 for “It” on the Hot 100 since “It Is” on June 28, 2007.
The top 10 Billboard 200 albums chart ranks the albums sold in the week ending July 14, 2019.
The chart previously lists the No. 5 album sales.
It was released on July 4, 2019, and peaked at No 6 on the week’s sales chart.
Billboard’s weekly chart ranking of the week includes all new entries since the weekly chart was first published on July 1, 2019 (the last week the weekly ranking was published).
The No. 4 album, “Pitch Perfect 2,” rises four spots to No. 7 on the Streaming Songs chart, the first top 10 debut of the year for a No. 3 album.
The No. 6 album, which also features the Grammy-winning songwriting duo, “Million Dollar Loan,” is also on the chart.
The album’s second week on the streaming chart was its highest in four weeks at No 24.
The songs “Cherry Bomb” (from the album) and “I Know You’re Losing Control” (off the album’s “Let’s Be Friends” compilation) were the first songs to appear on Streaming Songs in the weekly top 10 since June 26, 2019 when “I’m So Tired” was released.
The Billboard 200 chart ranks digital songs sold in U.S. stores (including streaming) by the top 200 songsellers based on multi-metric consumption metrics including track equivalent albums (TEA) and equivalent streams.
Streaming Songs measures streams of a song performed in the United States by users in countries where the song was released, plus streams from non-U.S.-based sources such as streams from streaming services and downloading.
The figure excludes the streaming service’s own online service and apps.
The top 10 Streaming Songs top 10 for July was led by “Pitched,” which debuted at No 10, up 11 percent from last week.
The new song is up 26 percent from the previous week’s peak of No. 8.
The track’s peak was reached at No 7 on June 14, 2020, when it peaked at 15.1 million streams.
“I know you’re losing control” is the most streamed song on Spotify’s streaming service in its second week, with more than 5.1 billion streams.
The first song that peaked at the top spot was “Pinegrove,” which peaked at 14.9 million streams in its debut week in March.
The Billboard 200 album chart ranks music by cumulative sales of digital downloads (via Apple Music, Spotify, Rdio, Tidal, Rdx, and other platforms), as well as album (including digital singles) sales.
The calculation does not take into account traditional album sales, which include both traditional album and vinyl sales.
As of Monday, the new album, the album with the most Spotify streams in a week, is “Lemonade,” which had 6.7 million streams on the service during the week ended July 14.
The highest-ranked song on the new Spotify chart, by far, is the track “Gimme Shelter” from the album “Poseidon,” which has 5.9 percent of Spotify’s total stream count.
It also has the most total album streams of any song on stream.
On the Streaming Music Top 10 chart, “Lemme See You” leads all songs with 2.9 of a point, ahead of “All You Need Is Love” with 2 points.
“Saving You” is next with 2 point.
“Let Me Love You” also has 2 points in second place with 2 songs in third and fourth place.
The two songs in fifth and sixth place each have 1 point.
The most streamed songs on Spotify during the last week were “Loser” from “Lap Dance” and “Get Lost” from The Weeknd’s “Royals.”
The most streams during the previous two weeks were “Passionfruit” from Tame Impala and “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” from Beyoncé.
“Don’t Stop Believin'” from “Love Story” is No. 9 with 4.6 million streams during last week’s streaming week.