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BILLBOARD HOT 100

(Billboard chart date 4th July 2015)

01 01 Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth - See You Again
02 02 Taylor Swift featuring Kendrick Lamar - Bad Blood
03 03 Fetty Wap - Trap Queen
07 04 OMI - Cheerleader (DIGITAL GAINER)
04 05 WALK THE MOON - Shut Up and Dance
06 06 Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars - Uptown Funk!
05 07 Jason Derulo - Want to Want Me
09 08 David Guetta featuring Nicki Minaj, Bebe Rexha & Afrojack - Hey Mama
10 09 Andy Grammer - Honey, I'm Good.
08 10 The Weeknd - Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey)

11 11 Silento - Watch Me
24 12 The Weeknd - Can't Feel My Face (AIRPLAY/STREAMING GAINER)
19 13 Rachel Platten - Fight Song
15 14 Fifth Harmony featuring Kid Ink - Worth It
16 15 Skrillex & Diplo with Justin Bieber - Where Are Ü Now
14 16 Tove Lo - Talking Body
20 17 Major Lazer & DJ Snake featuring MŘ - Lean On
13 18 DJ Snake & AlunaGeorge - You Know You Like It
12 19 Maroon 5 - Sugar
21 20 Ed Sheeran - Thinking Out Loud

17 21 Omarion featuring Chris Brown & Jhené Aiko - Post to Be
23 22 The Weeknd - The Hills
18 23 T-Wayne - Nasty Freestyle
22 24 Ellie Goulding - Love Me Like You Do
25 25 Maroon 5 - This Summer's Gonna Hurt...
27 26 Rich Homie Quan - Flex (Ooh Ooh Ooh)
28 27 Little Big Town - Girl Crush
26 28 Rihanna - Bitch Better Have My Money
29 29 Trey Songz - Slow Motion
32 30 Sia - Elastic Heart

35 31 Nicki Minaj - The Night Is Still Young
33 32 Sam Hunt - Take Your Time
36 33 George Ezra - Budapest
41 34 Ed Sheeran - Photograph
30 35 Meghan Trainor - Dear Future Husband
37 36 Luke Bryan - Kick the Dust Up
31 37 Natalie la Rose featuring Jeremih - Somebody
34 38 Taylor Swift - Style
40 39 Blake Shelton - Sangria
39 40 Taylor Swift - Shake It Off

38 41 Flo Rida featuring Sage the Gemini & Lookas - G.D.F.R.
42 42 Taylor Swift - Blank Space
44 43 Kid Ink featuring DeJ Loaf - Be Real
47 44 Pitbull featuring Chris Brown - Fun
43 45 Echosmith - Bright
45 46 Kelsea Ballerini - Love Me Like You Mean It
48 47 Carrie Underwood - Little Toy Guns
46 48 Big Sean featuring Drake - Blessings
51 49 Fall Out Boy - Uma Thurman
60 50 Jidenna featuring Roman GianArthur - Classic Man

56 51 Jason Aldean - Tonight Looks Good on You
65 52 Sam Hunt - House Party
53 53 Eric Church - Like a Wrecking Ball
58 54 Canaan Smith - Love You Like That
55 55 Future - Commas
64 56 Tim McGraw with Catherine Dunn - Diamond Rings and Old Barstools
61 57 Thomas Rhett - Crash and Burn
62 58 Easton Corbin - Baby Be My Love Song
52 59 Ariana Grande - One Last Time
49 60 Florida Georgia Line - Sippin' on Fire

68 61 J. Cole - Wet Dreamz
67 62 Chris Janson - Buy Me a Boat
71 63 Zac Brown Band - Loving You Easy
69 64 Brantley Gilbert - One Hell of an Amen
59 65 Carly Rae Jepsen - I Really Like You
66 66 Billy Currington - Don't It
57 67 Kenny Chesney with Grace Potter - Wild Child
74 68 DJ Khaled featuring Chris Brown, Lil Wayne & Big Sean - How Many Times
79 69 Shawn Mendes - Stitches
72 70 Wale featuring Usher - The Matrimony

78 71 Jeremih featuring J. Cole - Planes
77 72 Brad Paisley - Crushin' It
** 73 Adam Lambert - Ghost Town (HOT SHOT DEBUT)
87 74 X Ambassadors - Renegade
63 75 A Thousand Horses - Smoke
81 76 Michael Ray - Kiss You in the Morning
75 77 Sam Smith - Lay Me Down
73 78 Shaggy featuring Mohombi, Faydee, Costi - I Need Your Love
83 79 Drake - Energy
85 80 Frankie Ballard - Young & Crazy

70 81 Britney Spears & Iggy Azalea - Pretty Girls
89 82 Dustin Lynch - Hell of a Night
84 83 Nicky Jam & Enrique Iglesias - El Perdón
** 84 Madonna featuring Nicki Minaj - Bitch I'm Madonna (NEW)
86 85 Keith Urban - John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16
80 86 Drake - Know Yourself
** 87 Charlie Puth featuring Meghan Trainor - Marvin Gaye (NEW)
76 88 Jessie J - Flashlight
RE 89 Zedd featuring Jon Bellion - Beautiful Now
94 90 Rae Sremmurd - This Could Be Us

90 91 Tech N9ne featuring 2 Chainz & B.o.B - Hood Go Crazy
97 92 Brett Eldredge - Lose My Mind
** 93 Hilary Duff - Sparks (NEW)
91 94 Mumford & Sons - Believe
RE 95 Miguel - Coffee
96 96 Kevin Gates featuring August Alsina - I Don't Get Tired (#IDGT)
100 97 twenty one pilots - Tear in My Heart
RE 98 Chedda da Connect - Flicka da Wrist
88 99 Bandit Gang Marco featuring Dro - Nasty
** 100 Sage the Gemini featuring Nick Jonas - Good Thing (NEW)

50 OUT Pitbull & Ne-Yo - Time of Our Lives
54 OUT Nick Jonas - Chains
82 OUT Travi$ Scott featuring Future & 2 Chainz - 3500
92 OUT Prince Royce featuring Jennifer Lopez & Pitbull - Back It Up
93 OUT Kanye West featuring Theophilus London, Allan Kingdom & Paul McCartney - All Day
95 OUT Zedd featuring Selena Gomez - I Want You to Know
98 OUT A$AP Rocky - L$D
99 OUT A$AP Rocky featuring Rod Stewart x Miguel x Mark Ronson - Everyday



Bubbling Under

02 01 Deorro & Chris Brown - Five More Hours
05 02 Rascal Flatts - Riot
04 03 Jake Owen - Real Life
19 04 Flo Rida featuring Robin Thicke & Verdine White - I Don't Like It, I Love It
07 05 Janelle Monáe & Jidenna - Yoga
** 06 Beck - Dreams
03 07 Young Thug - Check
01 08 Tinashe featuring Iggy Azalea - All Hands on Deck
08 09 James Bay - Hold Back the River
22 10 Sam Smith - Like I Can
13 11 Old Dominion - Break Up With Him
12 12 Maddie & Tae - Fly
14 13 Rae Sremmurd - Come Get Her
** 14 Elle King - Ex's & Oh's
09 15 K Camp - Lil Bit
17 16 Avicii - Waiting for Love
24 17 Tink - Million
20 18 T.I. featuring Chris Brown - Private Show
RE 19 NEEDTOBREATHE featuring Gavin DeGraw - Brother
25 20 Kygo featuring Parson James - Stole the Show
** 21 Pia Mia featuring Chris Brown & Tyga - Do It Again
16 22 Galantis - Runaway (U & I)
21 23 Katy Tiz - Whistle (While You Work It)
RE 24 Hunter Hayes - 21
** 25 Jana Kramer - I Got the Boy


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post Jun 24 2015, 07:52 PM
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The decision for See You Again to spend 10 weeks at #1 is up there with the 2004 re-election of George Bush as one of the greatest mistakes America has made.
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post Jun 24 2015, 07:54 PM
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Where does the 'second amendment' and the inability to repeal an act that was brought in by paranoid Americans in the EIGHTEENTH CENTURY fit in to this list of mistakes?
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It's some fierce competition, but it would probably be above those atrocities if we were basing this on the most damage caused to the ears.
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post Jun 24 2015, 08:00 PM
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It's p ridiculous that it's spent so long at #1 as it's such a non-event single compared to "Happy" or "Uptown Funk!", but its streaming and airplay advantage over "Bad Blood" has pretty much made it the default #1 the last few weeks.
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post Jun 24 2015, 08:03 PM
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Please. We made Laffy Taffy #1 in 2006 and This is Why I'm Hot #1 in 2007. We made the Black Eyed Peas sit at #1 for six straight months in 2009.

We have much worse to be ashamed of (but I do hate See You Again soooo much).
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post Jun 24 2015, 08:13 PM
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In more interesting news:

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Billboard to Alter Chart Tracking Week for Global Release Date

In response to the IFPI's global release date announcement, Billboard and Nielsen Music will adjust the tracking weeks for most Billboard charts. Concurrently, Billboard's rankings, including the Billboard 200 and Billboard Hot 100, and associated analytical stories, will shift their posting dates on Billboard.com.

Starting July 10, the official street date for all new album releases will be Friday (instead of the current Tuesday) in the United States. For all sales-based charts (ranking both albums and tracks), Billboard and Nielsen will change the chart reporting period to cover the first seven days of an album's release. This will result in an adjusted sales period of Friday to Thursday, as opposed to the Monday to Sunday cycle that has been utilized since the advent of Nielsen Music's point-of-sales tracking in 1991.

Streaming services will now also be tracked from Friday to Thursday for the charts that incorporate that data.

(The final charts utilizing sales data from a Monday to Sunday cycle (June 29 through July 5) will post on Billboard.com on Thursday, July 9, and will be dated July 18. To account for sales in the in-between days during the transition week to a Friday to Thursday schedule, Nielsen Music will process data incorporating an 11-day cycle [Monday, June 29, through Thursday, July 9]. That 11-day period will inform the Billboard charts that will post on Billboard.com on Tuesday, July 14, and be dated July 25. The pure sales data from the 11-day stretch will be the only data stored historically when accounting for all-time sales according to Nielsen Music; thus, there will be no double-counting, per se, of sales in Nielsen Music's tracking system for this period in its archived database.)

Here's a more detailed look at what elements will shift, both for industry insiders and chart-watchers worldwide alike.

BILLBOARD 200 & ALL SALES, STREAMING CHARTS
All surveys ranking album sales, digital song sales and streams will run on a Friday to Thursday cycle. That covers the all-format Billboard 200 and Top Albums Sales album charts, genre-based album charts, Digital Songs and genre-based download charts and Streaming Songs and genre-focused streaming surveys.

BILLBOARD HOT 100 & GENRE HYBRID SONGS, AIRPLAY CHARTS
All radio charts, including the all-format Radio Songs chart and genre tallies, will run on a Monday to Sunday cycle. Notably, Radio Songs, which informs the Hot 100, will synch up to that Monday to Sunday period after formerly encompassing each Wednesday to Tuesday.

The Hot 100 and all other "Hot"-monikered genre songs charts (for country, R&B/Hip-Hop, R&B, Rap, rock, dance, Latin, Christian and gospel) utilizing the Hot 100's sales/streaming/airplay hybrid formula will now incorporate the following tracking schedule for their components:

SALES: Friday to Thursday
STREAMS: Friday to Thursday
AIRPLAY: Monday to Sunday

Why is airplay on its own cycle apart from sales and streaming? Monitored radio data from Nielsen Music is readily available on a real-time basis, as opposed to sales and streaming data, which filters in from numerous data providers over multiple days. So, by incorporating the latest available airplay data, the Hot 100 will remain as up-to-date as possible each week.

ANNOUNCEMENTS AND TIMING OF NEW WEEKLY CHARTS

What does all this mean for Billboard.com readers?

The shift in the sales tracking week related to the new global release date will result in adjustments to when our charts, and charts-based editorial content, will be finalized and presented on Billboard.com. All charts will be refreshed each Tuesday morning on Billboard.com starting July 14 (as opposed to the current Thursday). As has historically been the case, Billboard's charts are post-dated to the second Saturday following online posting (now 11 days later). So, charts that go live on Tuesday, July 14, will be dated July 25.
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post Jun 24 2015, 08:15 PM
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Have the last six months been a continuous run of Uptown Funk and See You Again?
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post Jun 24 2015, 08:16 PM
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QUOTE(Griff @ Jun 24 2015, 09:15 PM) *
Have the last six months been a continuous run of Uptown Funk and See You Again?


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Billb...singles_of_2015

Pretty much.. Taylor Swift occasionally barges in with her 'righteousness'.
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Now I love Uptown Funk, but 14 weeks is TOO MUCH. Now I understand what Americans had to deal with in 2009.
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post Jun 24 2015, 08:23 PM
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Four #1s in 6 months. So we're on track to tie 2005 for lowest number of #1s in one year (eight).
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post Jun 24 2015, 08:39 PM
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It really feels like 'See You Again' should have went like 1-1-1-1-2-4-8-15-26-x or something. I never expected such longevity for it considering how strongly it's tied into the story of Furious 7.
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looking forward to Omi being the next US #1 in a few weeks! biggrin.gif

it is ridiculous how few #1s the US has had this year though, I'm glad the UK generally don't have songs at #1 for so long. I imagine Cheerleader will also spend a really long time at #1 too
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Was hoping bad blood would sneak another week at the top sad.gif
Yay for rachel nearly top 10 cheer.gif
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QUOTE(Umi @ Jun 24 2015, 04:39 PM) *
It really feels like 'See You Again' should have went like 1-1-1-1-2-4-8-15-26-x or something. I never expected such longevity for it considering how strongly it's tied into the story of Furious 7.

I thought so too, but I guess the fact that it hit #1 meant it was universal enough to transcend its tie-in status. Maybe it's spent so long at #1 as it essentially has had two lives on top. By that I mean its first few weeks at #1 were driven by the film, and now it's getting a second wind as a pop radio hit.

It's still such a low-key single to spend 10 weeks on top though. It reminds me of when "One More Night" was #1 for 9 weeks (and kept "Gangnam Style" at #2).

QUOTE(Ultraviolence1989 @ Jun 24 2015, 05:20 PM) *
Was hoping bad blood would sneak another week at the top sad.gif
Yay for rachel nearly top 10 cheer.gif

If "Bad Blood" does return to #1, it'll be due to airplay, but it'll be more of a limp to the top than a triumphant return, as it's gonna be past its sales peak by that point. The window for it to go back to #1 is getting narrower and narrower though, with "Cheerleader" on its tail.
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'See You Again' is incredible.

Easily one of my favourite songs of 2015, I'm delighted it's managed 10 weeks at number one. It should manage another week next week thankfully.
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QUOTE(dhwe @ Jun 24 2015, 05:47 PM) *
I thought so too, but I guess the fact that it hit #1 meant it was universal enough to transcend its tie-in status. Maybe it's spent so long at #1 as it essentially has had two lives on top. By that I mean its first few weeks at #1 were driven by the film, and now it's getting a second wind as a pop radio hit.


I see this as a structural problem with the Hot 100 at the moment. Strictly sales or airplay charts likely see higher turnover at the top, but since the Hot 100 combines them, you see songs climb to the top 5 on big sales and then linger there for AGES (long after sales decline) on the strength of airplay, which can peak weeks or months after the sales peak.

EDIT: I should say there are certainly exceptions. Uptown Funk had gigantic sales for the entirety of its run. There's little use in arguing that song didn't deserve a very long run at #1.


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QUOTE(Consie @ Jun 24 2015, 08:43 PM) *
I see this as a structural problem with the Hot 100 at the moment. Strictly sales or airplay charts likely see higher turnover at the top, but since the Hot 100 combines them, you see songs climb to the top 5 on big sales and then linger there for AGES (long after sales decline) on the strength of airplay, which can peak weeks or months after the sales peak.

EDIT: I should say there are certainly exceptions. Uptown Funk had gigantic sales for the entirety of its run. There's little use in arguing that song didn't deserve a very long run at #1.

Yeah, but that's not really a new problem with airplay though. For a chart like the Hot 100, digital sales actually provided a nice counterbalance to airplay when they first took off, esp. in '06-'07 (the turnover then!). Even in 2010-2011, you'd see decent turnover and interesting stuff would happen like the slew of one-weekers in late 2010. It was really streaming that slowed everything down, because not only did you have radio hanging on to the same ten songs, you now had actual listeners doing the same, and having both reflected on the chart.

I guess as far as radio is concerned, you could point to consolidation and the fact that there's little variety in what radio stations hammer nowadays, but that's a different discussion I guess.


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SALES: Friday to Thursday
STREAMS: Friday to Thursday
AIRPLAY: Monday to Sunday

Why is airplay on its own cycle apart from sales and streaming? Monitored radio data from Nielsen Music is readily available on a real-time basis, as opposed to sales and streaming data, which filters in from numerous data providers over multiple days. So, by incorporating the latest available airplay data, the Hot 100 will remain as up-to-date as possible each week.
I came into this article with hope that they'd finally fix the different tracking weeks with the change making it perfectly convenient to do so, but no they're still running with this ridiculous reasoning? Huge sigh. Partly since the delay in publishing the charts is the much greater threat to the Hot 100 being out-of-date anyway.

Also I would have thought a 4 day week would be more logical than an 11 day one, I guess they're too afraid of low sales providing some messy curveballs.

Still hoping 'Worth It' might manage top 10, but I expect its time is running out unless several of those songs that've been occupying the top 10 for ages simultaneously crash out. And well done to 'Cheerleader' for possibly being the biggest non-BEP/LMFAO dance hit in the US like, ever? It's hard to think of much competition.
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"Wake Me Up!" peaked at #4, as did two David Guetta songs. And technically Calvin Harris has been #1 with "We Found Love", which is a Rihanna song, but it was also on his album with a flipped credit. And if you're counting trap, then there's "Harlem Shake", but I know that's a contentious one. "Cheerleader" is definitely the biggest of the deep house trend though.

The odd thing is Billboard apparently doesn't consider "Cheerleader" a dance song? Like, it's not charting on Dance/Electronic Songs. I know the way the genre charts work now, they basically pick and choose what songs go where, but still. I thought it was because they didn't specify the Felix Jaehn remix in the chart credit, but they didn't specify the Robin Schulz remix for "Waves" either and somehow that ended up on the dance chart??
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