Harry Styles No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100, Beyonce Top 10 – Billboard

Harry Styles’ “As It Was” bounced from No. 2 to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for the eighth week in a row.

Meanwhile, Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul” soared from No. 15 to No. 7 on the Hot 100 after its first full week of tracking, marking her milestone No. 20 break into the top 10 as a soloist .

The Hot 100 incorporates all types of US streaming (official audio and official video), broadcast play and sales data. All charts (dated July 9, 2022) will be updated on Billboard.com tomorrow (July 6, one day later than usual due to the July 4 holiday in the US yesterday). For all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on Twitter and Instagram.


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Released on Erskine/Columbia Records, “As It Was” tallied 77.1 million broadcast viewer impressions (up 1%), 18.6 million streams (down 10%) and 5,000 views in its June 24-30 tracker Downloads (down 14 percent) for a week, according to Luminate.

After 4 weeks, the track dropped 2-3 spots on the Radio Songs chart; after two weeks at the summit, Streaming Songs rose 9-7; after a week in charge, digital song sales dropped 7-8 spots.

Notably, “As it Was” hit a new all-time high at No. 4 on the Hot 100 after debuting on the charts on April 16. Lead again on April 30th and May 7th; and add another 4 weeks to the leaderboard on June 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th, before returning to the new rankings on July 9th Back to first. (Songs that interrupted its reign: Jack Harlow’s “First Class,” April 23 and May 21-28; future “Waiting for You,” featuring Drake and Temus, May 14 and Drake’s “Jimmy Cook,” featuring 21 Savage, July 2.) “As Is” follows Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas is You” (2019 -22), 24kGoldn’s “Mood” (starring Iann Dior), the fourth to record as many as four separate No. 1s (2020-21), and Drake’s “Why Good” (2018).

“As Is” tops the Summer Songs Chart for the fifth week in a row since the 2022 edition began, as it leads the Summer Roundup, which tracks hits between Memorial Day and Labor Day, since the 2022 edition began. .

Jack Harlow’s “First Class” went 3-2 on the Hot 100, as noted above, and was No. 1 after three weeks as it was on Radio Songs for its fourth week (85.5 million, up 4%). It adds a 10th week to the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs charts, which use the same multi-metric approach as the Hot 100.

Lizzo’s “About Damn Time” jumped 5-3 to a new high on the Hot 100 and topped the multi-metric Hot R&B Songs chart for the seventh week in a row. It also climbed to No. 1 on the Pop Airplay chart, with Lizzo following “Good as Hell” (No. 1 for four consecutive weeks from November 2019) and “Truth Hurts” (for four weeks from September 2019). became her third leader.

Future’s “Wait for U” (composed of Drake and Tems) was No. 1 a week later and held at No. 4 on the Hot 100, while Drake’s own “Jimmy Cooks” dropped to No. 5 a week after its launch. 1, to be his 11th leader. Still, the latter ranked second among streamed songs, albeit down 42% to 24.7 million streams. Its digital song sales plummeted 9-47 (2,000, down 68%), and its radio coverage fell 13% to 2.6 million.

Kate Bush’s 1985 classic “Run Up That Mountain (Deal with God)” bounces back 9-6 on the Hot 100 after hitting No. 4 on Netflix’s sync boost Stranger Thingsas it topped the charts for the fourth week in a row on the multi-metric Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, Hot Rock Songs, and Hot Alternative Songs charts.

Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul” is on Hot After the first full week of tracking (June 24-30, after arriving in Tidal at 9pm ET on June 20 and a wide release three hours later) The 100 broke out with a 15-7 record. It surged 17-8 on streaming songs (16.6 million, after 14 million recorded between June 20 and 23) and entered No. 28 on radio songs (23 million, after 10.7 million in its first three-plus days) ), while falling to No. 2. It debuted at #1 in digital song sales (11,000, down from 22,000).

Beyoncé made her landmark 20th solo Hot 100 top 10, and first since Meghan Thee Stallion’s “The Savage” (in which she starred), which she made in May 2020 seventh. Beyoncé breaks into the top 10 for the first time since “Formation” debuted. and reached 10th place in May 2016.

Here is the latest list of the 23 elite artists with 20 or more Hot 100 top 10s at the start of the chart on August 4, 1958:

Most Billboard Hot 100 top 10:

  • 58. Drake
  • 38. Madonna
  • 34. The Beatles
  • 31. Rihanna
  • 30. Michael Jackson
  • 30. Taylor Swift
  • 28. Elton John
  • 28. Mariah Carey
  • 28. Stevie Wonder
  • 27. Janet Jackson
  • 26. Justin Bieber
  • 25. Elvis Presley (his career predates the start of the Hot 100)
  • 25. Lil Wayne
  • 23. Whitney Houston
  • 23. Paul McCartney
  • 23. The Rolling Stones
  • 22. Eminem
  • 22. Jay-Z
  • 20. Beyonce
  • 20. Chicago
  • 20. Nicki Minaj
  • 20. Supreme
  • 20. Leaf

Beyoncé debuted as a soloist in the top 10 of the Hot 100 when she went up 11-8 on Jay-Z’s “’03 Bonnie & Clyde” on December 7, 2002.

Meanwhile, Beyonce now has twice as many top 10s as her breakout group, “Children of Destiny”: the act reached the top 10 (including four No. 1s) between 1998 and 2005.

Equally impressive, Beyonce joined a select company of artists with at least 20 individual top 10s and 10 as group members. Exclusive clubs, where she is the first female member: Paul McCartney, who has 23 solo top 10s (including his work with the Wings) in addition to 34 in The Beatles; Michael Jackson, who has 30 solo Top 10, 11 of which are members of the Jackson 5/Jackson; now, Beyonce (20 of them, 10 with Destiny Child).

“Break My Soul” also became Beyoncé’s first number one on the multi-metric Dance/Electronic Songs chart (starting in 2013).

In addition, “Break My Soul”, the lead single from Beyoncé’s album regeneration, due July 29, contains elements of Robin S.’s classic “Show Me Love,” co-written and produced by Allen George and Fred McFarlane. The latter two talented singers have taken songwriting accolades for Beyoncé’s latest production and entered the Hot 100’s top 10 for the first time since “Show Me Love” peaked at No. 5 in June 1993.

Bad Bunny and Chencho Corleone’s “Me Porto Bonito” climbed to its seventh week on the Hot Latin Songs chart with an 11-8 on the Hot 100 after hitting No. 7.

Glass Animals’ “Heat Waves” climbed 10-9 in the Hot 100, taking the No. 1 spot for five straight weeks. It added Week 76 on the leaderboard, tied for the fifth longest run time in history (and was the only one of those hits to be in the top 10 at frame 76).

Most weeks on the Billboard Hot 100:

  • 90, “Blinding Lights,” The Weeknd, Peak No. 1 (for four weeks), starting April 4, 2020
  • 87, “Radioactivity,” Imagine Dragons, Issue 3, July 6, 2013
  • 79, “Voyage,” AWOLNATION, No. 17, October 12, 2013
  • 77, “Suspension,” Dua Lipa, Issue 2, May 22, 2021
  • 76, “Heatwave,” Glass Animals, Issue 1 (Five Weeks), starting March 12, 2022
  • 76, “I’m Yours,” Jason Mraz, Issue 6, September 20, 2008

Joji’s “Glimpse of Us” dropped from No. 8 to No. 10 in the Hot 100’s top 10. Still, the ballad soared 208 percent to 1.8 million viewers on radio (and entered popular play at No. 33).

Likewise, for all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on Twitter and Instagram, and all charts (dated July 9), including the full Hot 100, will be released tomorrow (July 6) at Refresh on Billboard.com.

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