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BILLBOARD HOT 100

Week ending November 14, 2015 | Tracking periods: sales/streaming — 10/23–10/29, airplay — 10/26–11/01

TW LW PP WC Artist – Song

01 ** 01 1 Adele – Hello (HOT SHOT DEBUT)
02 ** 02 1 Justin Bieber – Sorry (NEW)
03 02 02 13 Drake – Hotline Bling (STREAMING GAINER)
04 01 01 23 The Weeknd – The Hills
05 03 01 9 Justin Bieber – What Do You Mean?
06 04 04 23 Shawn Mendes – Stitches
07 05 05 10 Taylor Swift – Wildest Dreams
08 06 04 18 Fetty Wap featuring Remy Boyz – 679
09 08 06 15 R. City featuring Adam Levine – Locked Away
10 07 01 21 The Weeknd – Can't Feel My Face

11 09 03 36 Silentó – Watch Me
12 15 12 17 Elle King – Ex's & Oh's
13 18 13 17 Meghan Trainor featuring John Legend – Like I'm Gonna Lose You
14 12 12 6 Drake & Future – Jumpman
15 20 15 13 Alessia Cara – Here (AIRPLAY GAINER)
16 13 12 10 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Eric Nally, Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee & Grandmaster Caz – Downtown
17 11 04 30 Major Lazer & DJ Snake featuring MØ – Lean On
18 16 16 7 Selena Gomez – Same Old Love
19 19 19 6 Ellie Goulding – On My Mind
20 17 17 29 X Ambassadors – Renegades

21 14 05 19 Selena Gomez featuring A$AP Rocky – Good for You
22 21 15 11 iLoveMemphis – Hit the Quan
23 23 02 41 Fetty Wap – Trap Queen
24 24 03 13 One Direction – Drag Me Down
25 22 01 28 OMI – Cheerleader
26 25 10 25 Ed Sheeran – Photograph
27 29 27 15 Calvin Harris & Disciples – How Deep Is Your Love
28 26 07 17 Fetty Wap featuring Monty – My Way
29 10 10 2 One Direction – Perfect
30 27 01 34 Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth – See You Again

31 28 28 15 Future featuring Drake – Where Ya At
32 35 32 8 Travi$ Scott – Antidote
33 36 33 6 Thomas Rhett – Die a Happy Man
34 30 01 51 Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars – Uptown Funk!
35 31 31 4 Demi Lovato – Confident
36 33 04 51 WALK THE MOON – Shut Up and Dance
37 44 37 8 Post Malone – White Iverson
38 34 06 29 Rachel Platten – Fight Song
39 32 30 13 Luke Bryan – Strip It Down
40 39 02 56 Ed Sheeran – Thinking Out Loud

41 37 08 35 Skrillex & Diplo with Justin Bieber – Where Are Ü Now
42 41 33 12 Fetty Wap – Again
43 40 21 13 Drake – Back to Back
44 47 44 17 Old Dominion – Break Up With Him
45 43 21 19 Meek Mill featuring Chris Brown & Nicki Minaj – All Eyes on You
46 52 46 18 Chris Young – I'm Comin' Over
47 45 05 34 Jason Derulo – Want to Want Me
48 38 30 12 Hailee Steinfeld – Love Myself
49 46 02 42 Maroon 5 – Sugar
50 51 50 16 Cam – Burning House

51 56 43 10 Carrie Underwood – Smoke Break
52 59 52 4 Sam Hunt – Break Up in a Small Town
53 53 53 11 J. Cole – No Role Modelz
54 65 54 5 Bryson Tiller – Don't
55 55 55 16 Florida Georgia Line – Anything Goes
56 58 56 7 Rae Sremmurd – Come Get Her
57 42 11 18 Demi Lovato – Cool for the Summer
58 62 58 4 DeJ Loaf featuring Big Sean – Back Up
59 61 59 13 Cole Swindell – Let Me See Ya Girl
60 48 44 10 Nick Jonas – Levels

61 54 21 20 Charlie Puth featuring Meghan Trainor – Marvin Gaye
62 74 62 4 Rudimental featuring Ed Sheeran – Lay It All on Me
63 64 63 12 Dan + Shay – Nothin' Like You
64 57 52 6 Drake & Future – Big Rings
65 60 60 9 Chris Brown – Liquor
66 70 66 7 Ty Dolla $ign featuring Future & Rae Sremmurd – Blasé
67 68 58 7 Drake – Right Hand
68 ** 68 1 Panic! at the Disco – Emperor's New Clothes (NEW)
69 63 54 13 K Camp – Comfortable
70 75 70 7 Blake Shelton – Gonna

71 95 71 2 The Chainsmokers featuring ROZES – Roses (DIGITAL GAINER)
72 90 72 2 Tory Lanez – Say It
73 76 73 5 Nelly featuring Jeremih – The Fix
74 97 74 2 One Direction – Home
75 66 53 6 Drake & Future – Diamonds Dancing
76 81 76 6 twenty one pilots – Stressed Out
77 80 77 4 Brothers Osborne – Stay a Little Longer
78 69 57 6 Fetty Wap – RGF Island
79 71 54 15 Kenny Chesney – Save It for a Rainy Day
80 85 80 6 Daya – Hide Away

81 91 81 3 Jana Kramer – I Got the Boy
82 ** 82 1 Kane Brown – Used to Love You Sober (NEW)
83 79 79 2 DNCE – Cake by the Ocean
84 ** 84 1 Gwen Stefani – Used to Love You (NEW)
85 92 63 3 Jason Aldean – Gonna Know We Were Here
86 89 86 4 Jess Glynne – Hold My Hand
87 87 87 8 Halsey – New Americana
88 73 67 12 Chase Rice – Gonna Wanna Tonight
89 94 89 3 Tim McGraw – Top of the World
90 77 62 6 Drake & Future – Digital Dash

91 86 86 7 Lil Wayne & Charlie Puth – Nothing but Trouble (Instagram Models)
92 84 84 8 J Balvin – Ginza
93 ** 93 1 Kelsea Ballerini – Dibs (NEW)
94 100 71 4 Lil Dicky featuring Fetty Wap & Rich Homie Quan – $ave Dat Money
95 82 69 6 Drake & Future – Scholarships
96 83 83 6 Major Lazer featuring Ellie Goulding & Tarrus Riley – Powerful
97 ** 97 1 LoCash – I Love This Life (NEW)
98 ** 98 1 Bryson Tiller – Exchange (NEW)
99 RE 86 4 Fetty Wap featuring Monty – Jugg
100 88 82 10 The Game featuring Drake – 100

OUT 49 26 27 Rich Homie Quan – Flex (Ooh Ooh Ooh)
OUT 50 12 36 Fifth Harmony featuring Kid Ink – Worth It
OUT 67 48 20 Brett Eldredge – Lose My Mind
OUT 72 49 20 Rae Sremmurd – This Could Be Us
OUT 78 40 20 Keith Urban – John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16
OUT 93 74 5 Drake & Future – Live From the Gutter
OUT 96 76 5 Drake & Future – I'm the Plug
OUT 98 77 2 Fall Out Boy – Irresistible
OUT 99 99 1 Pentatonix – Can't Sleep Love



Bubbling Under

TW LW Artist – Song

01 02 Hozier – Someone New
02 05 Parmalee – Already Callin' You Mine
03 10 Randy Houser – We Went
04 06 Big & Rich – Run Away With You
05 13 Cold War Kids – First
06 11 Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats – S.O.B.
07 16 Rachel Platten – Stand by You
08 08 Maroon 5 – Feelings
09 12 Omarion featuring Kid Ink & French Montana – I'm Up
10 20 Conrad Sewell – Hold Me Up
11 15 G-Eazy x Bebe Rexha – Me, Myself & I
12 ** Keith Urban – Break on Me.
13 ** Flo Rida – My House
14 22 Brad Paisley – Country Nation
15 RE Chris Brown – Zero
16 25 5 Seconds of Summer – Hey Everybody!
17 18 DeJ Loaf featuring Future – Hey There
18 ** Robin Schulz featuring Francesco Yates – Sugar
19 ** DJ Khaled featuring Chris Brown, August Alsina & Fetty Wap – Gold Slugs
20 ** Tori Kelly – Hollow
21 21 Future – Thought It Was a Drought
22 ** Lee Brice – That Don't Sound Like You
23 RE James Bay – Let It Go
24 ** Ariana Grande – Focus
25 RE Disclosure featuring Lorde – Magnets


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post Nov 2 2015, 08:34 PM
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No US Americans in the top 5!

the top 2 sales must be huge!
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post Nov 2 2015, 08:47 PM
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1.112M for Adele, 277K for Justin.
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post Nov 2 2015, 08:53 PM
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Poll added for "Focus".
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Insane sales there for Adele!

When you take into account population though, it seems that Hello is actually more popular in the UK!!! (if you multiply Adele's UK sales to population ratio by the US popultion, she has "sales" of 1,654,693. Not that this is an accurate measure of popularity though.)
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post Nov 2 2015, 09:35 PM
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That would make sense as the UK is her home turf, but it seems like a greater proportion of the UK population buys music in general anyway. I think a better account of popularity would be how much bigger her first-week total is compared to the average weekly total of the top-selling song for the past two months or so (which someone else can calculate because lol). Not that it really matters though; we're talking very fine distinctions of popularity here I think.
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post Nov 2 2015, 09:51 PM
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Apparently only the second time in Hot 100 history that both of the top 2 have been debuts! Poor Bieber getting so overshadowed, if Adele hadn't happened to release this week we'd all be marvelling at his dominance worldwide.
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Gigantic sales for Adele!!! 1.112m is incredibly amazing!!!

As for Focus, as much as I was hoping for a Top 5, I have a feeling it might miss out on even Top 10 entirely and debut at #12. It's falling on iTunes (though it seems to stagnate right now), her Spotify numbers are good but not fantastic and her video views are not growing as fast I thought.

After the full week, I have a feeling focus will debut with 112k sales with 18m US streams from YouTube and Audio On-Demand. Having said that, people are liking Focus more now, most likely after her performance at the iHeart stage she did last week.


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QUOTE(Bré @ Nov 2 2015, 10:51 PM) *
Apparently only the second time in Hot 100 history that both of the top 2 have been debuts! Poor Bieber getting so overshadowed, if Adele hadn't happened to release this week we'd all be marvelling at his dominance worldwide.

What was the other, an American Idol release week? I want to say Ruben Studdard...
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Yep, June 2003 when Clay Aiken debuted at #1 ahead of Ruben Studdard.

As it stands also, I think Sorry is only the second song to peak at #2 in the US, UK & Australia, the other song being "Take Me To Church".


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Chart Highlights

Adele earns her fourth #1 as "Hello" debuts at the top spot. It starts atop Digital Songs with a record-breaking 1,112,000 downloads, shattering the previous record of 636,000 set by Flo Rida's "Right Round" in 2009. As such, "Hello" becomes the first song to sell at least a million downloads in a week. Combining physical and digital singles, it's the second-biggest opening ever behind Elton John's "Candle in the Wind 1997" / "Something in the Way You Look Tonight", which debuted with 3,446,000 copies in 1997. ("CITW" sold 1,212,000 the following week, making "Hello"'s debut the third-biggest sales week of all time.) "Hello" also debuts atop Streaming Songs with 61.6 million streams, trailing only Baauer's "Harlem Shake", which earned 103 million streams in its debut week in 2013, for the biggest weekly streaming total. But "Hello" does set the record for the biggest weekly sum for on-demand streaming: 20.4 million streams, eclipsing the 10.1 million total set by Justin Bieber's "What Do You Mean?" in September.

Beneath "Hello", Justin Bieber's "Sorry" debuts at #2. The track starts at #2 on both Digital Songs, with 277,000 downloads sold, and Streaming Songs, with 23.1 million streams. This week marks only the second time that two songs debut in the top 2. It first happened in 2003 when Clay Aiken's "This Is the Night" and Ruben Studdard's "Flying Without Wings" debuted at #1 and #2, respectively, following the second season finale of American Idol.
  • "Hello" — Adult Pop Songs #8 (+17, Greatest Gainer), Pop Songs #19 (+16, Greatest Gainer)
  • "Sorry" — Pop Songs #20 (+9)
Top 40: Drake's "Hotline Bling" falls 2-3, but earns this week's Streaming Gainer honor after its video was finally posted on Vevo (too little too late). It rises 5-3 on Streaming Songs and falls 1-3 on Digital Songs. Further down, Alessia Cara's "Here" jumps 20-15 as this week's Airplay Gainer. The song ascends 15-11 on Radio Songs, 16-13 on On-Demand Songs, and 18-16 on Digital Songs with 47,000 downloads sold. Finally, Post Malone earns his first top-40 hit as "White Iverson" leaps 44-37. The track jumps 28-19 on On-Demand Songs and 40-36 on Digital Songs.
  • "Hotline Bling" — Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs #1 (+1, 1 week, Streaming Gainer), Pop Songs #5 (+2)
  • "Here" — Hot R&B Songs #3 (=), Pop Songs #11 (+3)
  • "White Iverson" — Rhythmic Songs #8 (+1), Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs #14 (+3)
Further Down: Panic! at the Disco's "Emperor's New Clothes" opens at #68. It debuts at #33 on Digital Songs. Below PATD, The Chainsmokers fly 95-71 with "Roses" as this week's Digital Gainer. The song debuts at #43 on Digital Songs.
  • "Emperor's New Clothes" — Hot Rock Songs #5 (+32, Digital Gainer)
  • "Roses" — Hot Dance/Electronic Songs #4 (+4, Digital/Streaming Gainer), Pop Songs #35 (+2)
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post Nov 8 2015, 04:57 AM
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SALES, AIRPLAY, AND STREAMING

01) Adele – Hello
– Digital Songs (01) – 1,112,000 downloads
– Radio Songs (09) – 73 million all-format audience impressions (+146%)
– Streaming Songs (01) – 61.6 million US streams
On-Demand Songs (01) – 20.4 million US streams

02) Justin Bieber – Sorry
–Digital Songs (02) – 277,000 downloads
–Radio Songs (37) – 34 million all-format audience impressions (+99%)
–Streaming Songs (02) – 23.1 million US streams

71) The Chainsmokers featuring ROZES – Roses
–Digital Songs (43) – 21,000 downloads (+50%)
–Radio Songs (—)
–Streaming Songs (—) – 2.6 million US streams (+27%)

82) Kane Brown - Used to Love You Sober
–Digital Songs (18) – 46,000 downloads (+23%)
–Radio Songs (—)
–Streaming Songs (—) – 765,000 US streams
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BILLBOARD HOT DIGITAL SONGS

Week ending November 14, 2015 | Tracking period: 10/23-10/29

TW LW PP WC Artist – Song — TW sales (Total sales)

01 ** 01 1 Adele – Hello — 1,112,000 (HOT SHOT DEBUT)
02 ** 02 1 Justin Bieber – Sorry — 277,000 (NEW)
03 01 01 13 Drake – Hotline Bling — 154,000 (1,111,000)
04 03 01 23 The Weeknd – The Hills — 86,000 (2,071,000)
05 05 04 22 Shawn Mendes – Stitches — 76,000 (1,333,000)
06 08 06 14 Elle King – Ex's & Oh's
07 07 01 9 Justin Bieber – What Do You Mean? — 72,000 (1,106,000)
08 04 03 10 Taylor Swift – Wildest Dreams
09 06 04 9 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Eric Nally, Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee & Grandmaster Caz – Downtown — 67,000 (673,000)
10 10 10 17 Meghan Trainor featuring John Legend – Like I'm Gonna Lose You

11 11 11 6 Thomas Rhett – Die a Happy Man — 62,000 (283,000)
14 13 05 6 Ellie Goulding – On My Mind
15 02 02 2 One Direction – Perfect
16 18 16 9 Alessia Cara – Here — 47,000 (430,000)
17 16 16 2 One Direction – Home
18 24 18 2 Kane Brown – Used to Love You Sober — 46,000 (84,000) (GREATEST GAINER)

MILESTONES:
2M: The Weeknd – "The Hills"
1M: Adele – "Hello"; Drake – "Hotline Bling"; X Ambassadors – Renegades
500K: Luke Bryan – "Strip It Down"
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Is 277k relatively high by recent standards? I haven't really been following the digital chart figures this year but that actually doesn't really seem THAT impressive, I'm sure a couple of years back a <300k debut wasn't enough to debut at #1 on the Hot 100, whereas here it obviously would have been had Adele not released.
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Yeah, it is—only "Drag Me Down" and "What Do You Mean?" have cracked 300K in the past six months. Three years ago the really popular songs were selling at least 300-400K.
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