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BILLBOARD HOT 100

Week ending September 12, 2015 | Tracking periods: sales/streaming — 08/21–08/27, airplay — 08/24–08/30

02 01 The Weeknd - Can't Feel My Face
01 02 OMI - Cheerleader
03 03 Silentó - Watch Me (STREAMING GAINER)
05 04 The Weeknd - The Hills (DIGITAL/AIRPLAY GAINER)
04 05 Major Lazer & DJ Snake featuring MŘ - Lean On
06 06 Selena Gomez featuring A$AP Rocky - Good for You
08 07 Fetty Wap featuring Remy Boyz - 679
16 08 R. City featuring Adam Levine - Locked Away
09 09 Fetty Wap - Trap Queen
07 10 Rachel Platten - Fight Song

11 11 Fetty Wap featuring Monty - My Way
15 12 Ed Sheeran - Photograph
14 13 Skrillex & Diplo with Justin Bieber - Where Are Ü Now
31 14 One Direction - Drag Me Down
13 15 Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth - See You Again
10 16 WALK THE MOON - Shut Up and Dance
17 17 Demi Lovato - Cool for the Summer
12 18 Taylor Swift featuring Kendrick Lamar - Bad Blood
18 19 Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars - Uptown Funk!
32 20 Shawn Mendes - Stitches

19 21 Fifth Harmony featuring Kid Ink - Worth It
23 22 Fall Out Boy - Uma Thurman
41 23 @iHeartMemphis - Hit the Quan
20 24 Jason Derulo - Want to Want Me
22 25 Jidenna featuring Roman GianArthur - Classic Man
25 26 Charlie Puth featuring Meghan Trainor - Marvin Gaye
21 27 Andy Grammer - Honey, I'm Good.
26 28 Sam Hunt - House Party
34 29 Drake - Hotline Bling
28 30 Rich Homie Quan - Flex (Ooh Ooh Ooh)

47 31 Meek Mill featuring Chris Brown & Nicki Minaj - All Eyes on You
24 32 Omarion featuring Chris Brown & Jhené Aiko - Post to Be
29 33 Maroon 5 - Sugar
30 34 Ed Sheeran - Thinking Out Loud
27 35 David Guetta featuring Nicki Minaj, Bebe Rexha & Afrojack - Hey Mama
37 36 X Ambassadors - Renegades
33 37 The Weeknd - Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey)
40 38 Fetty Wap - Again
35 39 Drake - Back to Back
36 40 Thomas Rhett - Crash and Burn

44 41 Chris Janson - Buy Me a Boat
48 42 Keith Urban - John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16
** 43 Carrie Underwood - Smoke Break (HOT SHOT DEBUT)
51 44 Jeremih featuring J. Cole - Planes
45 45 Rihanna - Bitch Better Have My Money
43 46 Flo Rida featuring Robin Thicke & Verdine White - I Don't Like It, I Love It
42 47 5 Seconds of Summer - She's Kinda Hot
46 48 Ellie Goulding - Love Me Like You Do
53 49 Rae Sremmurd - This Could Be Us
39 50 Luke Bryan - Kick the Dust Up

57 51 Meghan Trainor featuring John Legend - Like I'm Gonna Lose You
74 52 Hailee Steinfeld - Love Myself
62 53 Luke Bryan - Strip It Down
58 54 Brett Eldredge - Lose My Mind
59 55 Dustin Lynch - Hell of a Night
61 56 Calvin Harris & Disciples - How Deep Is Your Love
67 57 Elle King - Ex's & Oh's
52 58 T-Wayne - Nasty Freestyle
85 59 Future featuring Drake - Where Ya At
69 60 Kenny Chesney - Save It for a Rainy Day

38 61 N.W.A - Straight Outta Compton
79 62 Alessia Cara - Here
70 63 Cam - Burning House
66 64 Zedd featuring Jon Bellion - Beautiful Now
50 65 Eazy-E - Boyz-n-the-Hood
60 66 Dove Cameron, Cameron Boyce, Booboo Stewart & Sofia Carson - Rotten to the Core
68 67 Little Mix - Black Magic
72 68 Nicky Jam & Enrique Iglesias - El Perdón
71 69 K Camp - Comfortable
55 70 Zac Brown Band - Loving You Easy

56 71 Frankie Ballard - Young & Crazy
63 72 Kid Ink featuring DeJ Loaf - Be Real
78 73 Florida Georgia Line - Anything Goes
77 74 Adam Lambert - Ghost Town
64 75 Tori Kelly - Should've Been Us
81 76 Old Dominion - Break Up With Him
75 77 Maddie & Tae - Fly
73 78 Jason Derulo - Cheyenne
80 79 Meek Mill featuring Drake - R.I.C.O.
84 80 Chris Young - I'm Comin' Over

82 81 Blake Shelton - Sangria
87 82 Pia Mia featuring Chris Brown & Tyga - Do It Again
83 83 Disclosure featuring Sam Smith - Omen
90 84 Cole Swindell - Let Me See Ya Girl
76 85 Michael Ray - Kiss You in the Morning
88 86 Jake Owen - Real Life
** 87 Nick Jonas - Levels (NEW)
95 88 Dan + Shay - Nothin' Like You
94 89 Kendrick Lamar - Alright
92 90 Big Sean featuring Kanye West & John Legend - One Man Can Change the World

RE 91 J. Cole - No Role Modelz
97 92 Chase Rice - Gonna Wanna Tonight
98 93 The Game featuring Drake - 100
** 94 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Eric Nally, Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee & Grandmaster Caz - Downtown (NEW)
91 95 Brantley Gilbert - One Hell of an Amen
** 96 Chris Brown - Liquor (NEW)
65 97 Lana Del Rey - High by the Beach
** 98 Trey Songz - About You (NEW)
** 99 Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness - Cecilia and the Satellite (NEW)
** 100 Kip Moore - I'm to Blame (NEW)

49 OUT Tove Lo - Talking Body
54 OUT Eric Church - Like a Wrecking Ball
86 OUT Nelly featuring Jeremih - The Fix
89 OUT J. Cole - Wet Dreamz
93 OUT Jason Aldean - Tonight Looks Good on You
96 OUT Pitbull featuring Chris Brown - Fun
99 OUT DJ Khaled featuring Chris Brown, Lil Wayne & Big Sean - How Many Times
100 OUT 5 Seconds of Summer - Fly Away



Bubbling Under

RE 01 Lil Wayne & Charlie Puth - Nothing but Trouble
02 02 Rita Ora featuring Chris Brown - Body on Me
06 03 Brothers Osborne - Stay a Little Longer
10 04 Rae Sremmurd - Come Get Her
RE 05 Halsey - New Americana
07 06 Lady Antebellum - Long Stretch of Love
** 07 Sofia Carson - Rotten to the Core
21 08 J Balvin - Ginza
20 09 Blake Shelton - Gonna
** 10 Post Malone - White Iverson
19 11 Bryson Tiller - Don't
14 12 DeJ Loaf featuring Big Sean - Back Up
13 13 Drake - Right Hand
08 14 Afrojack featuring Mike Taylor - SummerThing!
24 15 A Great Big World featuring FUTURISTIC - Hold Each Other
23 16 Cold War Kids - First
22 17 Jess Glynne - Hold My Hand
11 18 Jana Kramer - I Got the Boy
17 19 Future - Trap Niggas
25 20 Hozier - Someone New
** 21 Kelsea Ballerini - Dibs
** 22 The Neighbourhood - R.I.P. 2 My Youth
RE 23 Future - Thought It Was a Drought
12 24 Gente de Zona featuring Marc Anthony - La Gozadera
18 25 Hunter Hayes - 21


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post Aug 31 2015, 11:05 PM
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Yay for stitches top 20 cheer.gif
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post Sep 1 2015, 12:33 AM
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I've just noticed that 'Photograph' climbing to #12 means that all of Ed's US post-album singles (excluding 'Bloodstream' as it didn't seem to get pushed) have outpeaked the album's lead single, which must be highly unusual! ohmy.gif

('Sing' #13, 'Don't' #9, 'Thinking Out Loud' #2, 'Photograph' #12)
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post Sep 1 2015, 12:41 AM
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Yasss at 'Lean On' and 'Locked Away both amongst the top 10 this week wub.gif
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post Sep 1 2015, 01:08 AM
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QUOTE(Noahspike @ Aug 31 2015, 08:33 PM) *
I've just noticed that 'Photograph' climbing to #12 means that all of Ed's US post-album singles (excluding 'Bloodstream' as it didn't seem to get pushed) have outpeaked the album's lead single, which must be highly unusual! ohmy.gif

('Sing' #13, 'Don't' #9, 'Thinking Out Loud' #2, 'Photograph' #12)

Yeah, though to be fair I think "Sing" was a hit in its own right (12 weeks in the top 20). It's just that sales/streaming/airplay never quite came together to give it a good peak.
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post Sep 1 2015, 04:48 AM
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Also for anyone who takes interest in it, "Cheerleader" is now essentially locked in as the Song of the Summer. New peak for "The Hills", yay, and "Trap Queen" now 24 weeks in the top 10 ohmy.gif
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post Sep 1 2015, 07:41 AM
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Frustrating one place climb for Little Mix there. Yay for Stitches becoming a genuine hit, hope it translates over to the UK.
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post Sep 2 2015, 01:18 AM
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Biebs could debut at #1 next week, according to Billboard and people in other forums who are much better at predicting these things than I am.

(Also I want to add a poll and apparently I can only do it if I make a new topic? This is weird because last time I added a poll to the topic just by hitting "New Reply"? I'm v confused and I have no idea how I was able to do it last time)
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post Sep 2 2015, 03:56 AM
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I'm interested to see where "Wildest Dreams" will debut. The video effect, the release of the radio edit, and Taylor winning just about every award in the VMAs should definitely boost it.
QUOTE(Noahspike @ Aug 31 2015, 05:33 PM) *
(excluding 'Bloodstream' as it didn't seem to get pushed)
"Bloodstream" was never a U.S. single to begin with, I don't think.
QUOTE(dhwe @ Sep 1 2015, 06:18 PM) *
Biebs could debut at #1 next week, according to Billboard and people in other forums who are much better at predicting these things than I am.

(Also I want to add a poll and apparently I can only do it if I make a new topic? This is weird because last time I added a poll to the topic just by hitting "New Reply"? I'm v confused and I have no idea how I was able to do it last time)
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Bieber has a large lead over The Weeknd, and I'm not sure how it's doing in streaming, so the only thing holding it back is overall AirPlay. "Can't Feel My Face" has just exited #1 and Biebs has not entered the top 20 yet.
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post Sep 2 2015, 09:34 PM
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Chart Highlights
  • The Weeknd's "Can't Feel My Face" returns to #1 on the Hot 100, its second week on top. The song tops Radio Songs for a fourth week with 150 million audience impressions, while on Digital Songs, it drops 1-4 with 77,000 downloads sold (see below). It leads both On-Demand Songs and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs for a seventh week each, as well as Pop Songs for a fourth. Meanwhile, OMI's "Cheerleader" falls back to #2 after spending six weeks atop the Hot 100. It remains at #2 on Digital Songs after selling 86,000 downloads.
  • Silentó's "Watch Me" keeps at its #3 peak, but it earns this week's Streaming Gainer honor. It spends a sixth week at #1 on Streaming Songs with 22.3 million streams; on Digital Songs, it rises 5-3 and overtakes "CFMF" as the top-selling urban song. On Hot Rap Songs, the track spends a sixth week on top. Below "Watch Me", The Weeknd's "The Hills" jumps up 5-4 with the Digital and Airplay Gainer honors. The song climbs 25-15 on Radio Songs with 64 million audience impressions, but its gains in sales aren't reflected on the Digital Songs chart. As Billboard explains, "'Face' and 'Hills' drop on Digital Songs, but their slides are owed to iTunes customers who opted to 'complete' their purchase of The Weeknd's new album, by upgrading their earlier purchases of the songs to a full album. Effectively, consumers who completed the album were returning the songs, thus translating to its sales chart falls. For the purposes of the Hot 100, however, aggregate sales contribute to the songs' overall point total." On the genre charts, "The Hills" remains at #3 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and rises 27-22 on Pop Songs, and it's the top-streamed R&B track for a ninth week. Beneath The Weeknd, R. City earn their first top-10 hit with "Locked Away", which jumps 16-8. The track also gives Adam Levine his second solo top-10 (his first was Gym Class Heroes' "Stereo Hearts", on which he was featured). The track takes over at #1 on Digital Songs with 91,000 downloads sold. On Pop Songs, it surges 12-8.
  • Further Down: Shawn Mendes' "Stitches" climbs 32-20, giving the singer his first top-20 hit. The song rises 33-23 on Streaming Songs, 14-10 on Digital Songs, and 24-19 on Pop Songs. Below Shawn, @iHeartMemphis makes his first top-40 appearance with "Hit the Quan", which leaps to #23 after debuting last week at #41. The track rises 47-33 on Digital Songs and 15-8 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.
Below the top 40, Carrie Underwood's "Smoke Break" enters at #43, the highest debut of the week. The song debuts at #9 on Digital Songs with 56,000 downloads sold, the top-selling country song. On Hot Country Songs, it flies 36-5. Meanwhile, this week's biggest positional gainer is Future's "Where Ya At", which surges 85-59. The song debuts at #41 on Streaming Songs. Finally, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Downtown" debuts at #94. In addition to Eric Nally of Foxy Shazam, the track features three rap icons: Melle Mel, of the pioneering rap group Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five; Kool Moe Dee; and Grandmaster Caz. Melle Mel and Kool Moe Dee make their first appearances on the chart since the '80s and '90s, while Grandmaster Caz makes his chart debut. "Downtown" debuts at #30 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and at #33 on Pop Songs. Expect it to shoot up the Hot 100 next week.


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SALES, AIRPLAY & STREAMING

01) The Weeknd - Can't Feel My Face
- Digital Songs (04) - 77,000 downloads (-30%) [iTunes CMA effect]
- Radio Songs (01) - 150 million all-format audience impressions (-5%)
- Streaming Songs (06) - 13.6 million US streams (+<1%)

02) OMI - Cheerleader
- Digital Songs (02) - 86,000 downloads (-19%)
- Radio Songs (02) - 131 million all-format audience impressions (-11%)
- Streaming Songs (04) - 14.1 million US streams (-6%)

05) The Weeknd - The Hills
- Digital Songs (10) - 62,000 downloads (-10%) [iTunes CMA effect]
- Radio Songs (15) - 64 million all-format audience impressions (+44%)
- Streaming Songs (02) - 15.7 million US streams (+6%)

08) R. City featuring Adam Levine - Locked Away
- Digital Songs (01) - 91,000 downloads (0%)
- Radio Songs (09) - 78 million all-format audience impressions (+18%)
- Streaming Songs (20) - 6.1 million US streams (+34%)
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I think it will be close between Bieber and The Weeknd. Like Cody said, it will come down to airplay. Yeah, Bieber managed 50m+ total views from his lyric and official video combined but how much out of that will contribute to US streaming? I'm not sure if Billboard values both On-Demand (audio) and Video streaming points equally or if audio is valued more.

As for Wildest Dreams, I am expecting a Top 15 debut but am secretly hoping for a Top 10.


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I would say video views are significant. "Drag Me Down" only managed a #12 debut on overall streaming even though it was #1 on on-demand streaming that same week. The fact that it didn't have a video really hurt it and it could've probably debuted at #1 on the Hot 100 had it had even just a lyric video.

As far as airplay, I think Justin is already doing much better than 1D were at this point, and "CFMF" is already on the decline in audience, so the airplay gap will be smaller. And I think the streaming numbers and 300K sales should be enough to overtake that gap.


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Selena now has a three-way tie for her highest peaking hit: 'Come & Get It', 'The Heart Wants What It Wants' and 'Good For You' have all reached #6! I hope 'Good For You' doesn't ruin that by climbing any higher.

'Do It Again' climbing after losing most of its airplay! It never crossed over to Pop/CHR so Pia's label should really give it more of a push.
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1Ds success is very overated. Sure they've had 4 #1 US albums but I think it should be noted how they've never had a US #1 single.
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But does that even matter?
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I've always seen 1D to be more of an album-seller than a singles-seller.
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The singles chart has never been the end-all-be-all of how the public perceives an artist's success. Bruce Springsteen never had a #1 on the Hot 100 but that hasn't stopped anyone from mythologizing his '80s success. To bring the comparison closer to 1D, the Backstreet Boys also never had a #1 single, but you'd be hard-pressed to call their success overrated when, in their heyday, their albums were doing first-week Taylor Swift numbers.

A lot of this just has to do with how the Hot 100 happens to be structured at the time, and not to mention so much of it is just luck as well. And realistically, if they'd released a video for "DMD" at the same time as the song and it got to #1, would that really have elevated them to a new degree of success, or would that just have been the icing on the cake at that point? You could ask the same of Justin this week.
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I just think their success in terms of sales are very front loaded. They've never had a US #1 and as of their last two albums, a post album hit. I just find it very interesting.
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It doesn't matter if people actually buy their albums though, which they shift in pretty hefty numbers over there.

Plus there's cultural impact, tour ticket sales etc. too.
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