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BILLBOARD HOT 100

Week ending August 8, 2015 | Tracking periods: sales/streaming — 07/17–07/23, airplay — 07/20–07/26

01 01 OMI - Cheerleader (AIRPLAY GAINER)
02 02 The Weeknd - Can't Feel My Face
05 03 Silentó - Watch Me
04 04 Taylor Swift featuring Kendrick Lamar - Bad Blood
03 05 Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth - See You Again
06 06 Fetty Wap - Trap Queen
87 07 Fetty Wap featuring Monty - My Way
08 08 Rachel Platten - Fight Song
07 09 WALK THE MOON - Shut Up and Dance
09 10 Major Lazer & DJ Snake featuring MŘ - Lean On

10 11 The Weeknd - The Hills
14 12 Fifth Harmony featuring Kid Ink - Worth It (STREAMING GAINER)
12 13 Skrillex & Diplo with Justin Bieber - Where Are Ü Now
13 14 Andy Grammer - Honey, I'm Good.
11 15 David Guetta featuring Nicki Minaj, Bebe Rexha & Afrojack - Hey Mama
16 16 Selena Gomez featuring A$AP Rocky - Good for You
15 17 Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars - Uptown Funk!
18 18 Fetty Wap featuring Remy Boyz - 679
17 19 Jason Derulo - Want to Want Me
21 20 Ed Sheeran - Photograph

19 21 Omarion featuring Chris Brown & Jhené Aiko - Post to Be
** 22 5 Seconds of Summer - She's Kinda Hot (HOT SHOT DEBUT)
20 23 Maroon 5 - Sugar
31 24 Demi Lovato - Cool for the Summer (DIGITAL GAINER)
27 25 Jidenna featuring Roman GianArthur - Classic Man
22 26 The Weeknd - Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey)
24 27 Ed Sheeran - Thinking Out Loud
23 28 Rihanna - Bitch Better Have My Money
29 29 Rich Homie Quan - Flex (Ooh Ooh Ooh)
28 30 Meek Mill featuring Chris Brown & Nicki Minaj - All Eyes on You

36 31 Fall Out Boy - Uma Thurman
37 32 Luke Bryan - Kick the Dust Up
32 33 Ellie Goulding - Love Me Like You Do
26 34 Tove Lo - Talking Body
30 35 DJ Snake & AlunaGeorge - You Know You Like It
25 36 Little Big Town - Girl Crush
34 37 T-Wayne - Nasty Freestyle
38 38 Sam Hunt - Take Your Time
39 39 Sam Hunt - House Party
35 40 Trey Songz - Slow Motion

33 41 Sia - Elastic Heart
40 42 Pitbull featuring Chris Brown - Fun
44 43 Kid Ink featuring DeJ Loaf - Be Real
50 44 Brantley Gilbert - One Hell of an Amen
49 45 Thomas Rhett - Crash and Burn
45 46 Meek Mill featuring Drake - R.I.C.O.
47 47 Taylor Swift - Shake It Off
55 48 Charlie Puth featuring Meghan Trainor - Marvin Gaye
46 49 Jason Aldean - Tonight Looks Good on You
58 50 X Ambassadors - Renegade

56 51 Zac Brown Band - Loving You Easy
52 52 Eric Church - Like a Wrecking Ball
53 53 Chris Janson - Buy Me a Boat
57 54 Shawn Mendes - Stitches
59 55 Jeremih featuring J. Cole - Planes
61 56 Flo Rida featuring Robin Thicke & Verdine White - I Don't Like It, I Love It
62 57 Keith Urban - John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16
42 58 Blake Shelton - Sangria
60 59 Michael Ray - Kiss You in the Morning
** 60 Calvin Harris & Disciples - How Deep Is Your Love (NEW)

63 61 Rae Sremmurd - This Could Be Us
51 62 Canaan Smith - Love You Like That
54 63 Nicki Minaj - The Night Is Still Young
41 64 Maroon 5 - This Summer's Gonna Hurt...
65 65 Frankie Ballard - Young & Crazy
68 66 Dustin Lynch - Hell of a Night
66 67 Brad Paisley - Crushin' It
** 68 Future featuring Drake - Where Ya At (NEW)
69 69 Brett Eldredge - Lose My Mind
76 70 Nicky Jam & Enrique Iglesias - El Perdón

74 71 Adam Lambert - Ghost Town
70 72 J. Cole - Wet Dreamz
64 73 Future - Commas
79 74 Jake Owen - Real Life
78 75 Sage the Gemini featuring Nick Jonas - Good Thing
73 76 Kelsea Ballerini - Love Me Like You Mean It
71 77 Meghan Trainor featuring John Legend - Like I'm Gonna Lose You
81 78 Pia Mia featuring Chris Brown & Tyga - Do It Again
77 79 DJ Khaled featuring Chris Brown, Lil Wayne & Big Sean - How Many Times
67 80 Echosmith - Bright

** 81 Luke Bryan - Strip It Down (NEW)
75 82 Wale featuring Usher - The Matrimony
90 83 Tori Kelly - Should've Been Us
83 84 Zedd featuring Jon Bellion - Beautiful Now
** 85 R. City featuring Adam Levine - Locked Away (NEW)
91 86 Elle King - Ex's & Oh's
84 87 Janelle Monáe & Jidenna - Yoga
94 88 Cam - Burning House
92 89 Maddie & Tae - Fly
88 90 Kendrick Lamar - Alright

97 91 Chris Young - I'm Comin' Over
72 92 Easton Corbin - Baby Be My Love Song
89 93 Old Dominion - Break Up With Him
85 94 Florida Georgia Line - Sippin' on Fire
** 95 Future - Blow a Bag (NEW)
95 96 twenty one pilots - Tear in My Heart
100 97 Big Sean featuring Kanye West & John Legend - One Man Can Change the World
RE 98 Florida Georgia Line - Anything Goes
** 99 Kenny Chesney - Save It for a Rainy Day (NEW)
** 100 Ciara - Dance Like We're Making Love (NEW)

43 OUT Natalie la Rose featuring Jeremih - Somebody
48 OUT Taylor Swift - Style
80 OUT Eminem featuring Gwen Stefani - Kings Never Die
82 OUT Billy Currington - Don't It
86 OUT Carrie Underwood - Little Toy Guns
93 OUT Carly Rae Jepsen - I Really Like You
96 OUT Meek Mill - Lord Knows
98 OUT Meek Mill featuring Future - Jump out the Face
99 OUT Tech N9ne featuring 2 Chainz & B.o.B - Hood Go Crazy



Bubbling Under

01 01 Cole Swindell - Let Me See Ya Girl
** 02 Future - Trap Niggas
05 03 Chase Rice - Gonna Wanna Tonight
** 04 Future - Real Sisters
04 05 Natalie la Rose featuring Fetty Wap - Around the World
10 06 Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness - Cecilia and the Satellite
03 07 Tyrese - Shame
07 08 Dan + Shay - Nothin' Like You
14 09 Jason Derulo - Cheyenne
09 10 Kip Moore - I'm to Blame
** 11 K Camp - Comfortable
12 12 Brothers Osborne - Stay a Little Longer
06 13 Rae Sremmurd - Come Get Her
23 14 Hunter Hayes - 21
** 15 Little Mix - Black Magic
18 16 Deorro & Chris Brown - Five More Hours
24 17 Bea Miller - Fire n Gold
02 18 James Bay - Hold Back the River
15 19 Jana Kramer - I Got the Boy
** 20 Alessia Cara - Here
08 21 Big Sean featuring Jhené Aiko - I Know
** 22 Lady Antebellum - Long Stretch of Love
** 23 Jess Glynne - Hold My Hand
16 24 Galantis - Runaway (U & I)
21 25 Beck - Dreams


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post Jul 28 2015, 09:20 PM
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Fetty Wap is taking over!
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Ciara having top hot 100 hits in one era. YOU GO GURL.
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post Jul 29 2015, 09:50 PM
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5H finally moving up yaass.. i hope they make the top 10
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Chart Highlights
  • OMI's "Cheerleader" logs a third week at #1 on the Hot 100. The song spends a fourth week atop Digital Songs with 163,000 downloads sold, and it earns the Airplay Gainer honor, rising to #3 on Radio Songs with 131.8 million in audience impressions. "Cheerleader" widens its lead over the runner-up, The Weeknd's "Can't Feel My Face", to 15%, as the latter falls by 6% in points.
  • A new top-10 song comes courtesy of Fetty Wap, as "My Way" blasts a massive 80 spots to #7. The song is Fetty's second top-10 hit and featured rapper Monty's first. It debuts at #2 on Digital Songs with 152,000 downloads sold, making it the top-selling urban track. The song was already a big hit on R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay, where it climbs to #3 this week; on Rhythmic Songs, it climbs to #12.
  • Top 20: Fifth Harmony finally reach a new peak this week as "Worth It" moves up two spots to #12 with the Streaming Gainer honor. The song jumps 8 spots to #13 on Streaming Songs with 7.6 million streams, but drops a place to #20 on On-Demand Songs, so it appears this has something to do with its video being taken down from YouTube then put back up. On Digital Songs, meanwhile, the song drops three spots to #14. Below 5H, Ed Sheeran's "Photograph" enters the region as it climbs a spot to #20. The song rises to #13 on Radio Songs with 68.5 million in audience impressions, and drops a place to #17 on Digital Songs. All four US singles from x have now gone top 20 on the Hot 100. It's Ed's fifth hit in the region overall, with "The A Team" having reached #16 in 2013.
  • Further Down: 5 Seconds of Summer's "She's Kinda Hot" starts at #22, this week's highest debut and the band's sixth top-40 hit. The song debuts at #3 on Digital Songs. It's not yet listed on Radio Songs, but it does leap 15 spots to #24 on Pop Songs. Beneath 5SOS, Demi Lovato's "Cool for the Summer" jumps seven spots to #24 with the Digital Gainer honor; the track climbs five places to #18 on Digital Songs. Below the top 40, Calvin Harris' and Disciples' "How Deep Is Your Love" debuts at #60. The track starts on Digital Songs at #29 and on Dance/Mix Show Airplay at #24. Finally, following the release of his #1 album DS2, Future's "Where Ya At" debuts at #68 on the Hot 100, thanks to its #34 debut on Digital Songs. The lead single from the album, "Commas", drops nine spots to #73, while another track, "Blow a Bag", debuts at #95 on the Hot 100.


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post Aug 3 2015, 07:54 PM
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I feel bad for Fifth Harmony. 'Worth It' is such a big hit but the obvious numbers really don't reflect it. If it got just a bit more momentum it really would be a career-launcher but I'm pretty much expecting them to be one-hit wonders right now. Don't think this is big enough to generate huge interest in a follow up at all.
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post Aug 3 2015, 10:49 PM
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SALES, AIRPLAY & STREAMING

01) OMI - Cheerleader
- Digital Songs (01) - 163,000 downloads (-5%)
- Radio Songs (03) - 131.8 million all-format audience impressions (+9%)
- Streaming Songs (03) - 13.7 million US streams (0%)

02) The Weeknd - Can't Feel My Face
- Digital Songs (04) - 122,000 downloads (-24%)
- Radio Songs (02) - 136.8 million all-format audience impressions (+7%)
- Streaming Songs (06) - 10.8 million US streams (+1%)

07) Fetty Wap featuring Monty - My Way
- Digital Songs (02) - 152,000 downloads
- Radio Songs (33) - 38.9 million all-format audience impressions (+11%)
- Streaming Songs (16) - 6.6 million US streams

22) 5 Seconds of Summer - She's Kinda Hot
- Digital Songs (03) - 124,000 downloads
- Radio Songs (—)
- Streaming Songs (41) - 3.5 million US streams

60) Calvin Harris & Disciples - How Deep Is Your Love
- Digital Songs (29) - 41,000 downloads
- Radio Songs (—)
- Streaming Songs (—) - 2 million US streams
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BILLBOARD HOT DIGITAL SONGS

Week ending August 8, 2015 | Tracking period: 07/17-07/23

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

01 01 OMI - Cheerleader - 163,000 (1,593,000)
** 02 Fetty Wap featuring Monty - My Way - 152,000 (HOT SHOT DEBUT)
** 03 5 Seconds of Summer - She's Kinda Hot - 124,000 (NEW)
02 04 The Weeknd - Can't Feel My Face - 122,220 (778,000)
03 05 Rachel Platten - Fight Song - 122,000
04 06 Silento - Watch Me - 108,000 (>1,000,000)
05 07 Taylor Swift featuring Kendrick Lamar - Bad Blood - 88,000 (2,200,000)
08 08 Andy Grammer - Honey, I'm Good. - 78,000 (1,944,000)
09 09 Selena Gomez featuring A$AP Rocky - Good for You - 77,900 (462,000)
06 10 The Weeknd - The Hills - 77,000 (706,000)

18 16 Luke Bryan - Kick the Dust Up - 57,000 (645,000)
16 17 Ed Sheeran - Photograph
23 18 Demi Lovato - Cool for the Summer - 54,000 (207,000) (GREATEST GAINER)
20 22 Fall Out Boy - Uma Thurman - 49,000 (719,000)

MILESTONES:
3M: Maroon 5 – "Sugar"


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QUOTE(Umi @ Aug 3 2015, 08:54 PM) *
Don't think this is big enough to generate huge interest in a follow up at all.


Well, the song has been very successful, but realistically there is a small group of about a dozen artists who can "generate interest" on their follow-ups based on their name alone... I think it's perhaps a bit un-realistic to expect Fifth Harmony to join the leagues of Rihanna, Katy Perry, Taylor Swift and be artists who are able to get plays based off just their name. These kinds of artists come along once every few years, it's not something you can hope every break-through artist will achieve, and artists who do achieve that status might take years to do so. Even a hit as big as Somebody That I Used to Know or Uptown Funk! doesn't guarantee your follow-up will be a hit.

The success of Worth It (and yes, it has been very successful) will, however, make it easier for their label to promote their next single. The hundreds of radio stations that have been playing Worth It are more likely to play the follow-up, and the millions of people who have been listening to Worth It are, likewise, more likely to check out a new Fifth Harmony song if it pops up on Youtube or something like that.

The featured artist Kid Ink had a #13 hit with Show Me in the US and he's done well off the back of that. You can see that here, his singles before hardly every charted, now they nearly always make the chart: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kid_Ink_disco...#As_lead_artist Granted, his post-Show Me singles are generally a lot more commercial than the ones beforehand!


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I don't know if Kid Ink is an apt comparison because his home is urban radio, and formats like urban and country have always been better at cultivating artist loyalty among their audiences, compared to pop, which is a very volatile format. But yeah, I don't think this really spells the end for 5H at all. They have a big enough and vocal enough fanbase to sustain themselves, and "Worth It" is the biggest song by a girl group in the US in years, so I think something has to be working.
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yeah Worth It isn't doing badly at all. In America on holiday right now and the radio station we put on in the car plays this LOTS. Same with Hey Mama and Where Are U Now which also arent top 10
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