"Girls" is the longest-leading No. 1 by a bunch since Maroon 5's personal "One More Night" in 2012.
Maroon 5's "Girls Like You," that includes Cardi B, spends a seventh week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart (dated Nov. 10), once more profitable a detailed race over Travis Scott's "Sicko Mode," which holds at its No. 2 excessive.
Plus, two songs enter the Hot 100's prime 10: Halsey's "Without Me" and Sheck Wes' "Mo Bamba."
Let's run down the highest 10 of the most recent Hot 100, which blends all-genre U.S. streaming, radio airplay and digital gross sales information. All charts will replace on Billboard.com tomorrow (Nov. 6).
With a seventh week at No. 1 on the Hot 100, "Girls" has logged the longest reign by a bunch (of at the very least three members) since Maroon 5's earlier No. 1: "One More Night" led for 9 weeks starting Sept. 29, 2012. ("Girls" passes MAGIC!'s "Rude," which dominated for six weeks in 2014.)
"Girls" leads the Radio Songs airplay chart for a 15th week, with 114.2 million in viewers, down 2 p.c, within the week ending Nov. Four, in accordance with Nielsen Music. Here is an up to date take a look at the longest-leading Radio Songs No. 1 for the reason that chart launched in December 1990:
Longest-Leading Radio Songs No. 1s
Weeks at No. 1, Title, Artist, Date Reached No. 1
18, "Iris," Goo Goo Dolls, Aug. 1, 1998
16, "We Belong Together," Mariah Carey, May 28, 2005
16, "Don't Speak," No Doubt, Dec. 7, 1996
15, "Girls Like You," Maroon 5 feat. Cardi B, Aug. Four, 2018
14, "No One," Alicia Keys, Nov. Three, 2007
14, "Because You Loved Me," Celine Dion, April 13, 1996
"Girls" dips 9-13 on Digital Song Sales, with 14,000 downloads bought, down 18 p.c, within the week ending Nov. 1, after main the record for six weeks, and retreats 12-13 on Streaming Songs (23.2 million U.S. streams, down 5 p.c, within the week ending Nov. 1), the place it reached No. 5.
Scott's "Sicko Mode" retains at its No. 2 Hot 100 peak. It slips 2-Three on Streaming Songs (35.Four million, down Eight p.c); repeats at No. 11 on Radio Songs (60.1 million, up Four p.c); and backtracks 14-15 on Digital Song Sales (12,000, down 12 p.c).
For a second week, "Girls" narrowly defends its Hot 100 crown over "Sicko" (which options Drake's vocals, though he's not credited as an artist on the track; he additionally seems within the track's official video, launched Oct. 19), with the songs declining by 5 and Four p.c, respectively, in total exercise.
On different format charts, "Girls" turns into Maroon 5's third No. 1 on the Adult Contemporary airplay tally, following "Maps" (one week, 2015) and "Don't Wanna Know" (5 weeks, 2017), whereas "Sicko" spends a second week at No. 1 on each the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs charts.
Marshmello and Bastille's "Happier" hits a brand new Hot 100 peak, rising Four-Three. It holds at No. Four on Digital Song Sales (23,000, down 13 p.c) and No. 5 on Radio Songs (83.Three million, up 11 p.c) and climbs 13-11 on Streaming Songs (22.Three million, up Three p.c). As it will increase by Three p.c in total exercise, it might critically problem for No. 1 on the Hot 100 as quickly as subsequent week.
The multi-format hit logs a seventh week at No. 1 on the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart and takes over atop Alternative Songs (Three-1), the place it turns into Marshmello's first No. 1 and Bastille's second, after the band dominated for 4 weeks in 2013 with its breakthrough hit, "Pompeii."
"Happier," the highest-charting profession Hot 100 hit for each acts, is the top-ranking title that has additionally appeared on Alternative Songs since one other dance/rock collaboration: The Chainsmokers and Coldplay's "Something Just Like This" peaked at No. Three on the Hot 100 in April 2017 (earlier than reaching No. 16 on Alternative Songs that July).
Juice WRLD's "Lucid Dreams" descends Three-Four on the Hot 100 after reaching No. 2, whereas the songs at Nos. 5-Eight all maintain in place, respectively: Post Malone's "Better Now," after hitting No. Three; Kodak Black's "ZEZE," that includes Scott and Offset, which debuted at its No. 2 peak two weeks in the past (and spends a 3rd week atop Streaming Songs, with 39.5 million U.S. streams, down 6 p.c); 5 Seconds of Summer's "Youngblood," regular at its No. 7 excessive; and, Lil Baby and Gunna's "Drip Too Hard," following its No. Four peak.
Following the Oct. 29 premiere of its official video, Halsey's "Without Me" jumps 12-9 on the Hot 100, because it rises Three-2 on Digital Song Sales (32,000, up 17 p.c), additionally hits the Streaming Songs prime 10 (18-9; 22.Eight million, up 24 p.c) and darts 45-34 on Radio Songs (32.6 million, up 17 p.c).
Halsey earns her third Hot 100 prime 10. She spent 12 weeks at No. 1 in 2016 as featured on The Chainsmokers' "Closer" and hit No. 5 along with her personal "Bad at Love" this previous January.
Notably, "Without Me" brings a portion of a previous Hot 100 prime 10 again to the area: the track's bridge interpolates Justin Timberlake's first prime 10, "Cry Me a River," which hit No. Three in February 2003; Timberlake, Timbaland (Timothy Mosley) and Scott Storch, the three writers of "River," all obtain writing credit score on "Without Me."
Also new to the Hot 100's prime 10, Sheck Wes' first chart entry "Mo Bamba" vaults 16-10. Streaming accounts for the majority of its exercise, because it climbs 6-Four on Streaming Songs (31.1 million, up 15 p.c), whereas charging 38-19 on Digital Song Sales (10,000, up 46 p.c).
The Harlem-based rapper uploaded the track, named for Mohamed Bamba, heart for the NBA's Orlando Magic and with whom Wes grew up, to SoundCloud a 12 months in the past and its official video arrived on YouTube on Jan. 30. Thanks to social media posts about it from Drake, Shaquille O'Neal, Odell Beckham Jr. and others, the monitor has steadily gained traction in latest months. (Bamba himself isn't doing too badly, both, as he leads the Magic in blocks within the early going of the 2018-19 NBA season.)
Just past the Hot 100's prime 10, Panic! on the Disco's "High Hopes" soars 21-11, because the band seeks its second prime 10, after its first entry, "I Write Sins Not Tragedies," rose to No. 7 in August 2006. Plus, Cardi B's "Money" strikes 54-13 after its first full week of monitoring.
Find out extra Hot 100 information on Billboard.com this week and, for all chart information, you may pay attention (and subscribe) to Billboard's Chart Beat Podcast and Pop Shop Podcast and comply with @billboard and @billboardcharts. And once more, make sure to go to Billboard.com tomorrow (Nov. 6), when all charts, together with the Hot 100 in its entirety, will refresh. The subsequent subject of Billboard journal is on sale Friday (Nov. 9).