The Prodigy Return to HipHopMagz’s Charts After Keith Flint’s Death


The group leads the LyricFind Global & U.S. charts with “Firestarter.”

In the primary full monitoring week after The Prodigy singer Keith Flint’s demise on March four, the band returns to Billboard’s charts.

Most notably, The Prodigy debut three tracks on the Hot Dance/Electronic Song Sales chart. The group’s acquainted hit, “Firestarter,” debuts the best at No. 13, with 2,000 downloads offered within the U.S. within the monitoring week ending March 7, in line with Nielsen Music. The track reached No. 30 on the Billboard Hot 100 on March 22, 1997, incomes The Prodigy its first (of an eventual two) Hot 100-charting singles. “Breathe” debuts simply behind “Firestarter” at No. 14 (additionally with 2,000 downloads), adopted by “Smack My Bitch Up” at No. 23 with 1,000 downloads. “Smack My Bitch Up” was The Prodigy’s second Hot 100 entry, reaching No. 89 on Jan. 17, 1998.

The group’s albums additionally noticed a rise in exercise. On the Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart, the group’s third studio album, The Fat of the Land, debuts at No. 13 with three,000 equal album items earned. The album was the group’s first and solely No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in 1997. They landed 5 whole albums on the chart between 1997 and 2015.

The Prodigy additionally storms the LyricFind Global and U.S. charts, which rank the quickest momentum-gaining tracks in lyric-search queries globally and within the U.S., respectively, offered by LyricFind. The Global chart contains queries from all international locations besides the U.S. The firm is the world's chief in licensed lyrics, with knowledge offered by greater than 5,000 publishers and utilized by greater than 100 providers, together with Amazon, Pandora, Deezer, Microsoft, SoundHound and iHeartRadio. The newest monitoring week ended March three.

The group lands six songs on the LyricFind Global chart, led by “Firestarter,” “Breathe” and “Smack My Bitch Up,” at Nos. 1, 2 and three, respectively. “Narayan” follows at No. 5, then “Omen” at No. 17 and “Diesel Power” at No. 22.

The group concurrently logs 9 songs on the LyricFind U.S. rating, together with the highest four. “Firestarter” additionally leads the way in which at No. 1.

Flint’s demise was dominated a suicide on March 11, according to a report from the London Evening Standard.