Lovelytheband's 'Broken' Continues Alternative's Steady Radio Success and More Hot 100 Chart Moves

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Plus, chart motion for Luke Combs, Cardi B and Billie Eilish.

As beforehand reported, Marshmello and Bastille's "Happier" hits the highest 5, rising from No. 6 to No. four, on the Billboard Hot 100 chart (dated Nov. three). The observe is the primary to enter the Hot 100's prime 5 in 2018 that has additionally appeared on Billboard's Alternative Songs chart.

While hip-hop this yr has overtaken the highest 10 of the Hot 100, which blends all-genre streaming, radio airplay and gross sales knowledge, different has maintained a gradual presence in all-format airplay.

Lovelytheband lands its first prime 10 on the Radio Songs chart, the place its debut single "Broken" bumps 11-10, up 6 % to 61.7 million in all-format airplay viewers, within the week ending Oct. 28, in accordance with Nielsen Music. On the Hot 100, "Broken" additionally hits a brand new excessive, climbing 33-30.

As the observe spent 9 weeks atop the Alternative Songs airplay chart starting April 21, it's the fourth tune (following "Happier") that has appeared on the listing to succeed in the Radio Songs prime 10 in 2018, a sum in step with what number of different hits have achieved the feat over the previous 5 years.

Here's a have a look at each Radio Songs prime 10 since 2014 that has additionally charted on Alternative Songs. In every of the 5 years, between 4 and 6 songs have made the listing. (Notably, 4 have achieved so in each 2017 and 2018, with Imagine Dragons claiming two in annually.)

2014
No. three Radio Songs peak, "Team," Lorde, Feb. 22 peak date
No. four, "Pompeii," Bastille, March 22
No. 6, "Best Day of My Life," American Authors, May 17
No. 1 (one week), "Rude," MAGIC!, Aug. 16
No. 1 (one week), "Habits (Stay High)," Tove Lo, Nov. 22

2015
No. three Radio Songs peak, "Take Me to Church," Hozier, Feb. 7 peak date
No. 2, "Shut Up and Dance," WALK THE MOON, May 23
No. 10, "Uma Thurman," Fall Out Boy, Sept. 26
No. 7, "Renegades," X Ambassadors, Nov. 7
No. 5, "Ex's & Oh's," Elle King. Dec. 5

2016
No. 2 Radio Songs peak, "Stressed Out," twenty one pilots, Feb. 27 peak date
No. 1 (4 weeks), "7 Years," Lukas Graham, May 14
No. 10, "Let It Go," James Bay, July 9
No. 2, "Ride," twenty one pilots, Sept. 10
No. 2, "Heathens," twenty one pilots, Oct. 22
No. 10, "Unsteady," X Ambassadors, Dec. three

2017
No. three Radio Songs peak, "Something Just Like This," The Chainsmokers & Coldplay, May 6 peak date
No. four, "Believer," Imagine Dragons, Aug. 19
No. 1 (5 weeks), "Feel It Still," Portugal. The Man, Oct. 28
No. 1 (three weeks), "Thunder," Imagine Dragons, Dec. 2

2018
No. 5 Radio Songs peak, "Whatever It Takes," Imagine Dragons, May 12 peak date
No. Eight, "Natural," Imagine Dragons, Oct. 20
No. 5, "Happier," Marshmello & Bastille, Nov. three
No. 10, "Broken," lovelytheband, Nov. three

Who else makes notable Hot 100 chart strikes this week?

"She Got the Best of Me," Luke Combs
Combs collects his fourth prime 40 Hot 100 hit, as "She Got the Best of Me" (44-37) follows "One Number Away" (No. 34, June), "When It Rains It Pours" (No. 33, November 2017) and "Hurricane" (No. 31, May 2017).

Combs made historical past as the primary soloist to attain 4 straight career-opening No. 1s on Billboard's Country Airplay chart when "Best" hit the highest of the Oct. 27-dated tally.

"Money," Cardi B
Following its Oct. 23 arrival, two days sooner than anticipated, Cardi B's ode to extra (and motherhood) bows at No. 54 on the Hot 100 with Eight.7 million U.S. streams and 15,000 bought. The latter sum can also be good for a No. 10 begin on Digital Song Sales, the place the rapper provides her ninth prime 10.

"When the Party's Over," Billie Eilish
Eilish's new single debuts at No. 65 on the Hot 100, marking a brand new personal-best rank. It enters with 11.6 million U.S. streams following the Oct. 25 premiere of its official video.

The singer-songwriter, 16, additionally hits new highs on Alternative Songs, as "You Should See Me in a Crown" ascends 13-12, and Emerging Artists, the place she bounds Eight-2.