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BILLBOARD HOT 100

(Billboard chart date 16th May 2015)

01 01 Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth - See You Again (AIRPLAY GAINER)
03 02 Fetty Wap - Trap Queen
02 03 Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars - Uptown Funk!
04 04 The Weeknd - Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey)
07 05 WALK THE MOON - Shut Up and Dance
05 06 Maroon 5 - Sugar
06 07 Ellie Goulding - Love Me Like You Do
10 08 Jason Derulo - Want to Want Me
17 09 T-Wayne - Nasty Freestyle (STREAMING GAINER)
08 10 Ed Sheeran - Thinking Out Loud

09 11 Flo Rida featuring Sage the Gemini & Lookas - G.D.F.R.
11 12 Natalie La Rose featuring Jeremih - Somebody
13 13 Omarion featuring Chris Brown & Jhené Aiko - Post to Be
19 14 David Guetta featuring Nicki Minaj & Afrojack - Hey Mama
12 15 Taylor Swift - Style
16 16 Tove Lo - Talking Body
28 17 Andy Grammer - Honey, I'm Good. (DIGITAL GAINER)
20 18 Meghan Trainor - Dear Future Husband
14 19 Ariana Grande - One Last Time
15 20 Nick Jonas - Chains

32 21 Fifth Harmony featuring Kid Ink - Worth It
22 22 Rihanna - Bitch Better Have My Money
21 23 Sam Smith - Lay Me Down
18 24 Little Big Town - Girl Crush
24 25 Taylor Swift - Blank Space
39 26 DJ Snake & AlunaGeorge - You Know You Like It
23 27 Sam Hunt - Take Your Time
29 28 Big Sean featuring Drake - Blessings
25 29 Pitbull & Ne-Yo - Time of Our Lives
37 30 Skrillex & Diplo featuring Justin Bieber - Where Are Ü Now

35 31 Trey Songz - Slow Motion
27 32 Nicki Minaj featuring Drake & Lil Wayne - Truffle Butter
30 33 Rae Sremmurd featuring Nicki Minaj & Young Thug - Throw Sum Mo
33 34 Taylor Swift - Shake It Off
31 35 Hozier - Take Me To Church
26 36 Rihanna & Kanye West & Paul McCartney - FourFiveSeconds
42 37 George Ezra - Budapest
45 38 Silento - Watch Me
36 39 Chris Brown & Tyga - Ayo
46 40 Zac Brown Band - Homegrown

38 41 Sam Smith - I'm Not the Only One
41 42 Meghan Trainor - Lips Are Movin
43 43 Meghan Trainor - All About That Bass
64 44 Blake Shelton - Sangria
44 45 Florida Georgia Line - Sippin' on Fire
34 46 Zedd featuring Selena Gomez - I Want You to Know
51 47 Sia - Elastic Heart
54 48 Billy Currington - Don't It
47 49 Fall Out Boy - Centuries
71 50 Rachel Platten - Fight Song

49 51 Kelly Clarkson - Heartbeat Song
56 52 Tyler Farr - A Guy Walks Into a Bar
59 53 Sheppard - Geronimo
52 54 Dierks Bentley - Say You Do
58 55 A Thousand Horses - Smoke
57 56 Keith Urban featuring Eric Church - Raise 'Em Up
60 57 Echosmith - Bright
55 58 Kanye West featuring Theophilus London, Allan Kingdom & Paul McCartney - All Day
72 59 Major Lazer X DJ Snake featuring MŘ - Lean On
67 60 Tori Kelly - Nobody Love

63 61 Ciara - I Bet
61 62 Drake - Know Yourself
95 63 OMI - Cheerleader
73 64 Future - Commas
83 65 Bandit Gang Marco featuring Dro - Nasty
96 66 Rich Homie Quan - Flex (Ooh Ooh Ooh)
68 67 Drake - Energy
85 68 Kid Ink featuring DeJ Loaf - Be Real
93 69 X Ambassadors - Renegade
74 70 Carrie Underwood - Little Toy Guns

** 71 Sawyer Fredericks - Simple Man (HOT-SHOT DEBUT) α
66 72 Kendrick Lamar - King Kunta
75 73 Kenny Chesney with Grace Potter - Wild Child
81 74 Wale featuring Usher - The Matrimony
65 75 Carly Rae Jepsen - I Really Like You
80 76 Tim McGraw with Catherine Dunn - Diamond Rings and Old Barstools
87 77 Canaan Smith - Love You Like That
88 78 Eric Church - Like a Wrecking Ball
76 79 Mumford & Sons - Believe
82 80 Kelsea Ballerini - Love Me Like You Mean It

90 81 Easton Corbin - Baby Be My Love Song
** 82 Mariah Carey - Infinity (NEW)
86 83 Eric Paslay - She Don't Love You
79 84 Dillon Francis & DJ Snake - Get Low
92 85 Nicky Jam & Enrique Iglesias - El Perdón
70 86 Cole Swindell - Ain't Worth the Whiskey
** 87 twenty one pilots - Stressed Out (NEW)
91 88 J. Cole - Wet Dreamz
77 89 Nate Ruess - Nothing Without Love
99 90 Kevin Gates featuring August Alsina - I Don't Get Tired (#IDGT)

78 91 Rihanna - American Oxygen
89 92 Drake - 10 Bands
RE 93 Fall Out Boy - Uma Thurman
** 94 Chedda da Connect - Flicka da Wrist (NEW)
94 95 Drake - Legend
RE 96 Jason Aldean - Tonight Looks Good on You
** 97 Brantley Gilbert - One Hell of an Amen (NEW)
** 98 Brad Paisley - Crushin' It (NEW)
RE 99 Luke Bryan - Games
RE 100 Nicki Minaj featuring Beyoncé - Feeling Myself

40 OUT Panic! at the Disco - Hallelujah
48 OUT Usher featuring Juicy J - I Don’t Mind
50 OUT Vance Joy - Riptide
53 OUT Lee Brice - Drinking Class
62 OUT Calvin Harris featuring Ellie Goulding - Outside
69 OUT Miranda Lambert - Little Red Wagon
84 OUT Koryn Hawthorne - Make It Rain
97 OUT Kid Ink, Tyga, Wale, YG & Rich Homie Quan - Ride Out
98 OUT Iggy Azalea featuring Jennifer Hudson - Trouble
100 OUT Sawyer Fredericks - Iris



Bubbling Under

07 01 K Camp - Lil Bit
09 02 Jidenna featuring Roman GianArthur - Classic Man
05 03 YelaWolf featuring Eminem - Best Friend
08 04 Tinashe featuring Iggy Azalea - All Hands on Deck (Remix)
15 05 Michael Ray - Kiss You in the Morning
16 06 Frankie Ballard - Young & Crazy
12 07 Jeremih featuring J. Cole - Planes
RE 08 Deorro X Chris Brown - Five More Hours
** 09 Zac Brown Band - Loving You Easy
** 10 Shaggy featuring Mohombi, Faydee & Costi - I Need Your Love
20 11 Young Thug - Check
13 12 Kygo featuring Parson James - Stole the Show
** 13 Matt McAndrew - Counting on Love
** 14 Nicki Minaj - The Night Is Still Young
19 15 Migos - One Time
** 16 Martin Garrix featuring Usher - Don't Look Down
23 17 Ryn Weaver - OctaHate
** 18 Tech N9ne featuring 2 Chainz & B.o.B - Hood Go Crazy
** 19 Joshua Davis - Fields of Gold α
22 20 James Bay - Hold Back the River
25 21 J Balvin - Ay Vamos
RE 22 Shawn Mendes - Stitches
** 23 Kimberly Nichole - Creep α
24 24 Rae Sremmurd - Come Get Her
10 25 Rascal Flatts - Riot

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QUOTE(dhwe @ May 7 2015, 08:43 AM) *
07 05 WALK THE MOON - Shut Up and Dance


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I was hoping Hey Mama might've gone top 10 this week, but at least it's still a good climb!
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post May 7 2015, 06:11 PM
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Chart Highlights
  • Wiz Khalifa's "See You Again" remains at #1 for a fourth week. It stays on top on Digital Songs (285,000 copies sold), Streaming Songs, and On-Demand Songs, and climbs into the Radio Songs top 10 at #7, the week's best airplay gainer. Chart trivia from Billboard: below "SYA", Fetty Wap's "Trap Queen" rises to #2, marking the first time that two "hip-hop-based rap tracks" by male rappers have locked out the top two since 2009, when Flo Rida's "Right Round" and T.I.'s "Dead and Gone" ranked at #1 and #2 respectively. This is kind of dubious as like most Flo Rida songs "Right Round" was made for pop radio, but it appears the criteria they used was that both songs had to chart on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, which "Right Round" did (#63). Ok, I guess.
  • WALK THE MOON's "Shut Up and Dance" becomes the group's first top-5 hit. The song ranks at #2 on Digital Songs this week with 136,000 copies sold, and it also jumps into the Radio Songs top 5. The last rock band to chart in the Hot 100 top 5 were Bastille with "Pompeii" last year.
  • T-Wayne's "Nasty Freestyle" jumps to #9, giving the rapper his first top-10. The viral hit also flies into the top 10 on Digital Songs (106,000 copies sold) and Streaming Songs (the week's best gainer) but has seen very little airplay. Further down the chart, Bandit Gang Marco's "Nasty", the song from which "Nasty Freestyle" takes its instrumental, jumps to #65.
  • Further Down: Andy Grammer earns his first top-20 hit as "Honey, I'm Good." moves 11 spots to #17; George Ezra leaps to #37 with "Budapest", his first top-40 hit; and Silento also earns his first top-40 with "Watch Me", the second social-media-driven hit to chart this week. (A third, Chedda da Connect's "Flicka da Wrist", debuts at #94.) Below the top 50, OMI's "Cheerleader" and Rich Homie Quan's "Flex (Ooh Ooh Ooh)" make big 30+ positional gains in their second weeks to #63 and #66 respectively.


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post May 7 2015, 06:16 PM
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SALES, RADIO & STREAMING

1) Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth - See You Again
- Digital Songs (1) - 285,000 (-10%)
- Radio Songs (7) - 102 million all-format audience impressions (+38%)
- Streaming Songs (1) - 24 million US streams (0%)
On-Demand Songs (1) - 8 million US streams (-8%)

2) Fetty Wap - Trap Queen
- Digital Songs (5) - 106,000 (-1%)
- Radio Songs (13) - 64 million all-format audience impressions (+7%)
- Streaming Songs (2) - 17.5 million US streams (+1%)

4) The Weeknd - Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey)
- Digital Songs (10) - 83,000 (-14%)
- Radio Songs (1) - 155 million all-format audience impressions (+3%)
- Streaming Songs (5) - 9 million US streams (-8%)

5) WALK THE MOON - Shut Up and Dance
- Digital Songs (2) - 136,000 (-2%)
- Radio Songs (5) - 111 million all-format audience impressions (+14%)
- Streaming Songs (11) - 6.1 million US streams (+7%)
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I'm really interested in seeing how far "Trap Queen" can climb on pop radio, because the contrast between how little I've heard it on pop and how high it's gone on the Hot 100 is very striking. Because I have no life, I looked into this last night, and by my count, there are only five songs in the last five years to have charted as high on the Hot 100 without going top ten on pop: "Black and Yellow", "Harlem Shake", "Best Song Ever", "Drunk in Love", and "Anaconda". Three are songs by superstars that were boosted in some way by some sort of hype, so they aren't really comparable to a song by a hip-hop newcomer. One is a meme, so it doesn't count, for obvious reasons. Which leaves us "Black and Yellow", but iirc that got to #1 because of hype from the Super Bowl. (Wiz Khalifa's hometown team, the Steelers, were playing, and black and yellow are their team colors.)

So essentially, "Trap Queen" is the first hit in quite a while to get this high on its own merit as a song largely without the help of pop radio. Idk if that's interesting to anyone else, but it's kind of indicative of how segregated pop and urban have been the past few years, despite the latter still clearly being influential enough to push a song into the top 10 every now and again.

Also, I saw this mentioned in another forum, but "Riptide"'s longevity was impressive—44 weeks on the chart for a song that never went past #30. There's a probably a record there somewhere.
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post May 8 2015, 10:12 AM
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Can someone please start posting the Albums chart along with the Hot 100 every week?
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Fifth Harmony edging closer to the top 20! w00t.gif cheer.gif Hopefully it can carry on rising into the top 10!
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QUOTE(Rob @ May 8 2015, 11:12 AM) *
Can someone please start posting the Albums chart along with the Hot 100 every week?

why don't you start posting it babe? then we can say pls and thank you after
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QUOTE(┌ ╫ ┘ @ May 8 2015, 11:56 AM) *
why don't you start posting it babe? then we can say pls and thank you after


I don't have the time but thanks for your patronising response.
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QUOTE(dhwe @ May 7 2015, 07:25 PM) *
I'm really interested in seeing how far "Trap Queen" can climb on pop radio, because the contrast between how little I've heard it on pop and how high it's gone on the Hot 100 is very striking. Because I have no life, I looked into this last night, and by my count, there are only five songs in the last five years to have charted as high on the Hot 100 without going top ten on pop: "Black and Yellow", "Harlem Shake", "Best Song Ever", "Drunk in Love", and "Anaconda". Three are songs by superstars that were boosted in some way by some sort of hype, so they aren't really comparable to a song by a hip-hop newcomer. One is a meme, so it doesn't count, for obvious reasons. Which leaves us "Black and Yellow", but iirc that got to #1 because of hype from the Super Bowl. (Wiz Khalifa's hometown team, the Steelers, were playing, and black and yellow are their team colors.)

So essentially, "Trap Queen" is the first hit in quite a while to get this high on its own merit as a song largely without the help of pop radio. Idk if that's interesting to anyone else, but it's kind of indicative of how segregated pop and urban have been the past few years, despite the latter still clearly being influential enough to push a song into the top 10 every now and again.

Also, I saw this mentioned in another forum, but "Riptide"'s longevity was impressive—44 weeks on the chart for a song that never went past #30. There's a probably a record there somewhere.


Pop radio and urban radio have actually been sharing a lot of hits in 2013, 2014 and 2015. But in 2011 and 2012 there were hardly any. Only Super Bass, 5 O'Clock, Girl On Fire and a few others.

But also streaming benefits certain songs a lot. Drunk In Love, Anaconda, Harlem Shake and Trap Queen would never have got top 2 without Youtube streaming. And there are songs from the past which probably would've gone top 2 on the Hot 100 but didn't get played much on pop radio had streaming been included back then (for example Rack City).


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QUOTE(Eric_Blob @ May 8 2015, 12:10 PM) *
Pop radio and urban radio have actually been sharing a lot of hits in 2013, 2014 and 2015. But in 2011 and 2012 there were hardly any. Only Super Bass, 5 O'Clock, Girl On Fire and a few others.

But also streaming benefits certain songs a lot. Drunk In Love, Anaconda, Harlem Shake and Trap Queen would never have got top 2 without Youtube streaming. And there are songs from the past which probably would've gone top 2 on the Hot 100 but didn't get played much on pop radio had streaming been included back then (for example Rack City).

It's true that pop and urban do share hits, but it seems like a lot of those hits are ready-made for pop radio anyway—you mentioned "Girl on Fire" and "Super Bass", which are good examples. I guess I'm talking more about songs with sounds that are clearly central to urban. Of course a lot of that stuff isn't made for pop and doesn't have to cross over, but plenty of it also has potential for pop success, especially if they're proving popular enough to go top ten on the Hot 100. Sometimes pop will play an urban hit if it's big enough that it can't ignore it, but it'll rarely go top 10 or even top 20. And sometimes it goes the other way around: urban radio playing big pop hits because they're basically being hammered on every pop station anyway. ("Uptown Funk!" is a recent example.)

And yeah, you're right about streaming—it really has given popular urban hits a lot more visibility on the charts.
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^ Yeah, you're right. You get the urban -> pop crossovers like Don't Tell 'Em, I Don't Mind, Ayo, etc. And you get the pop -> urban crossovers like Thrift Shop, Latch, Fancy, etc. The pop -> urban ones have been more common recently, but it shows that pop music atm is hip hop influenced, since when pop music was dance influenced hardly any songs could cross over.

I think one of the weirdest ones in recent years was Royals by Lorde. Whilst the song clearly uses a hip hop beat (and has hip hop references in the lyrics), it's still by a female teenager from Australasia who was marketed as an alternative singer, so the fact that it managed to be a big urban radio hit was impressive (although I'm sure the remixes by Rick Ross and The Weeknd helped a bit).
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Yeah, I think there's been a slight upswing in R&B on pop radio recently. I was really excited to see "Don't Tell 'Em" go top ten on pop late last year as it took a sound that had been gestating on urban radio for a while and turned it into a legitimate pop smash, and now it's a mini-trend for pop stars. (Which makes it all the more confusing why "2 On" wasn't able to herald the sound on pop months earlier!)

Pop radio is kind of weird right now though as there seem to be no prevailing trends. Dance-pop's decline allowed for a bit of R&B to creep back in, but there's also singer-songwriter stuff, EDM, trap-influenced pop, the odd European dance hit or two, retro throwbacks, Taylor Swift's take on pure pop, and whatever Meghan Trainor does (no shade, it's just a very weird thing to come about and it could only have come about now when pop is kind of at a free-for-all).
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QUOTE(Rob @ May 8 2015, 11:12 AM) *
Can someone please start posting the Albums chart along with the Hot 100 every week?

The albums get posted every week.
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BILLBOARD HOT DIGITAL SONGS

(Billboard chart date 16th May 2015)

LW TW ARTIST - TITLE - TW SALES (TOTAL SALES)

01 01 Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth - See You Again - 285,000 (1,698,000)
02 02 WALK THE MOON - Shut Up and Dance - 136,000 (1,384,000)
06 03 Jason Derulo - Want to Want Me
11 04 T-Wayne - Nasty Freestyle - 106,500 (287,000)
04 05 Fetty Wap - Trap Queen - 106,000 (1,056,000)
14 06 Andy Grammer - Honey, I'm Good. - 105,000 (GREATEST GAINER)
10 07 David Guetta featuring Nicki Minaj & Afrojack - Hey Mama - 92,000 (481,000)
05 08 Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars - Uptown Funk! - 90,000 (5,699,000)
07 09 Maroon 5 - Sugar
08 10 The Weeknd - Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey) - 83,000 (1,586,000)

17 13 Tove Lo - Talking Body
23 14 Fifth Harmony featuring Kid Ink - Worth It
20 15 Meghan Trainor - Dear Future Husband
13 17 Ellie Goulding - Love Me Like You Do
** 18 Sawyer Fredericks - Simple Man (NEW)
30 19 Blake Shelton - Sangria - 58,000 (156,000)
16 20 Ed Sheeran - Thinking Out Loud
31 22 Rachel Platten - Fight Song
28 23 DJ Snake & AlunaGeorge - You Know You Like It
21 24 Sam Smith - Lay Me Down

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1M: Fetty Wap – "Trap Queen"
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