Demi Lovato's 'Sober' Re-Enters Billboard Hot 100, Up 199 Percent in Streams


The ballad and Clean Bandit’s ‘Solo,’ featuring Lovato, each hit new peaks.

Demi Lovato's "Sober" re-enters the Billboard Hot 100 chart (dated Aug. 4) at a new No. 56 peak, after spending one prior week on the survey (dated July 7) at No. 58.

The ballad re-enters with 7.2 million U.S. streams (up 199 percent) and 18,000 downloads sold (up 1,095 percent) in the tracking week ending July 26, according to Nielsen Music.

The song received a sharp increase in activity after Lovato was hospitalized on July 24 after an apparent narcotics overdose at her Hollywood Hills home.

Lovato also appears as a featured act on Clean Bandit's "Solo," which rises 66-61 on the Hot 100, likewise reaching a new peak. The track concurrently bullets at No. 36 on the Pop Songs airplay chart (up 7 percent in plays).