Billie Eilish Scores First Alternative Digital Song Sales No. 1 With ‘Bury a Friend’


The music concurrently blasts 74-14 on the Hot 100.

Billie Eilish tops Billboard's Alternative Digital Song Sales chart for the primary time, as "Bury a Friend" lifts 2-1 on the Feb. 16-dated listing.

"Bury a Friend" reigns with 18,000 downloads bought in its first full monitoring week, ending Feb. 7, in accordance with Nielsen Music. It bought 9,000 within the prior interval (ending Jan. 31) following its Jan. 30 launch.

Before "Bury a Friend," Eilish had reached a No. three excessive on Alternative Digital Song Sales, with "Come Out and Play" and "When the Party's Over" in December and January, respectively.

"Bury a Friend" can also be Eilish's first prime 10 on the all-format Digital Song Sales chart (No. 7), and its full-week gross sales complete helps drive it 74-14 on the Billboard Hot 100. The ascent makes the one Eilish's top-charting title, besting "Party's" (No. 52).

"Bury a Friend" moreover accrued 29.1 million U.S. streams within the monitoring week, good for a No. eight debut on Streaming Songs, additionally a profession excessive. It's additionally scoring early airplay predominantly on various radio. Her earlier airplay single, "You Should See Me in a Crown," hit No. 7 on Alternative Songs in December.

"Bury a Friend" is from When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, Eilish's debut studio album, due March 29.