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BILLBOARD HOT 100

Week ending December 12, 2015 | Tracking periods: sales/streaming — 11/20–11/26, airplay — 11/23–11/29

TW LW PP WC Artist – Song

01 01 01 5 Adele – Hello (DIGITAL GAINER)
02 02 02 5 Justin Bieber – Sorry (AIRPLAY GAINER) α
03 03 02 17 Drake – Hotline Bling
04 05 01 13 Justin Bieber – What Do You Mean? α
05 06 01 27 The Weeknd – The Hills
06 07 04 27 Shawn Mendes – Stitches α
07 04 04 2 Justin Bieber – Love Yourself
08 11 08 21 Meghan Trainor featuring John Legend – Like I'm Gonna Lose You α
09 08 04 22 Fetty Wap featuring Remy Boyz – 679
10 10 10 17 Alessia Cara – Here α

11 13 11 11 Selena Gomez – Same Old Love α
12 12 10 21 Elle King – Ex's & Oh's
13 09 05 14 Taylor Swift – Wildest Dreams
14 18 03 40 Silentσ – Watch Me (STREAMING GAINER)
15 15 15 10 Ellie Goulding – On My Mind
16 14 07 4 Ariana Grande – Focus
17 17 01 25 The Weeknd – Can't Feel My Face
18 16 12 10 Drake & Future – Jumpman
19 21 04 34 Major Lazer & DJ Snake featuring MΨ – Lean On
20 23 20 12 Travi$ Scott – Antidote

21 24 01 55 Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars – Uptown Funk! manson.gif
22 ** 22 1 Adele – When We Were Young (HOT SHOT DEBUT)
23 27 15 15 iLoveMemphis – Hit the Quan
24 20 06 19 R. City featuring Adam Levine – Locked Away
25 28 25 12 Post Malone – White Iverson
26 29 02 45 Fetty Wap – Trap Queen
27 37 10 6 One Direction – Perfect α
28 36 28 8 Demi Lovato – Confident α
29 25 25 10 Thomas Rhett – Die a Happy Man
30 40 03 17 One Direction – Drag Me Down

31 19 19 4 Justin Bieber – I'll Show You
32 34 08 39 Skrillex & Diplo with Justin Bieber – Where Are ά Now
33 38 33 9 Bryson Tiller – Don't
34 35 28 19 Future featuring Drake – Where Ya At
35 39 07 21 Fetty Wap featuring Monty – My Way
36 41 01 38 Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth – See You Again
37 51 37 6 Tory Lanez – Say It
38 26 17 33 X Ambassadors – Renegades
39 44 39 8 Sam Hunt – Break Up in a Small Town
40 32 05 23 Selena Gomez featuring A$AP Rocky – Good for You

41 33 33 22 Chris Young – I'm Comin' Over
42 45 33 16 Fetty Wap – Again
43 47 01 32 OMI – Cheerleader
44 52 44 15 J. Cole – No Role Modelz
45 59 45 3 DLOW – Bet You Can't Do It Like Me
46 31 31 2 Justin Bieber featuring Halsey – The Feeling
47 55 47 8 DeJ Loaf featuring Big Sean – Back Up
48 46 10 29 Ed Sheeran – Photograph
49 58 49 20 Cam – Burning House
50 50 48 8 Rudimental featuring Ed Sheeran – Lay It All on Me

51 62 51 6 The Chainsmokers featuring ROZES – Roses
52 48 27 19 Calvin Harris & Disciples – How Deep Is Your Love
53 72 53 3 Coldplay – Adventure of a Lifetime α
54 86 54 3 The Weeknd – In the Night
55 97 55 2 Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello – I Know What You Did Last Summer
56 57 12 14 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Eric Nally, Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee & Grandmaster Caz – Downtown
57 69 57 10 twenty one pilots – Stressed Out
58 60 58 16 Dan + Shay – Nothin' Like You
59 56 43 14 Carrie Underwood – Smoke Break
60 42 42 2 Justin Bieber – Mark My Words

61 75 61 10 Daya – Hide Away
62 43 43 2 Justin Bieber – Purpose
63 61 59 11 Blake Shelton – Gonna
64 65 56 11 Rae Sremmurd – Come Get Her
65 70 30 17 Luke Bryan – Strip It Down
66 71 66 9 Nelly featuring Jeremih – The Fix
67 68 21 17 Drake – Back to Back
68 73 63 7 Jason Aldean – Gonna Know We Were Here
69 77 69 8 Brothers Osborne – Stay a Little Longer
70 ** 70 1 Adele – Water Under the Bridge (NEW)

71 78 71 5 Bryson Tiller – Exchange
72 22 22 3 Missy Elliott featuring Pharrell Williams – WTF (Where They From)
73 53 53 2 Justin Bieber – Company
74 49 49 2 Justin Bieber featuring Big Sean – No Pressure
75 76 52 10 Drake & Future – Big Rings
76 63 63 11 Ty Dolla $ign featuring Future & Rae Sremmurd – Blasι
77 RE 77 2 Gwen Stefani – Used to Love You α
78 54 54 2 Justin Bieber featuring Travi$ Scott – No Sense
79 ** 79 1 Adele – Send My Love (To Your New Lover) (NEW)
80 66 20 4 Chris Stapleton – Tennessee Whiskey

81 82 77 7 Jana Kramer – I Got the Boy
82 85 80 7 Tim McGraw – Top of the World
83 99 83 3 Flo Rida – My House
84 79 60 13 Chris Brown – Liquor
85 89 83 4 G-Eazy x Bebe Rexha – Me, Myself & I
86 93 79 6 DNCE – Cake by the Ocean
87 ** 87 1 Adele – Remedy (NEW)
88 92 88 5 LoCash – I Love This Life
89 67 67 2 Justin Bieber – Life Is Worth Living
90 80 59 17 Cole Swindell – Let Me See Ya Girl

91 RE 91 2 Rachel Platten – Stand by You
92 91 58 11 Drake – Right Hand
93 84 30 16 Hailee Steinfeld – Love Myself
94 RE 90 4 Kelsea Ballerini – Dibs
95 RE 84 11 J Balvin – Ginza
96 95 57 10 Fetty Wap – RGF Island
97 ** 97 1 Luke Bryan featuring Karen Fairchild – Home Alone Tonight (NEW) α
98 ** 98 1 Young Thug – Best Friend (NEW)
99 RE 84 4 Big Sean featuring Chris Brown & Ty Dolla $ign – Play No Games
100 ** 100 1 Future – Rich $ex (NEW)

OUT 30 30 1 Jordan Smith – Great Is Thy Faithfulness
OUT 64 44 20 Old Dominion – Break Up With Him
OUT 74 74 1 Justin Bieber – Children
OUT 81 81 1 Justin Bieber – Been You
OUT 83 83 1 One Direction – If I Could Fly
OUT 87 87 1 One Direction – Olivia
OUT 88 88 1 Justin Bieber featuring Nas – We Are
OUT 90 90 1 Justin Bieber – Get Used to Me
OUT 94 94 1 One Direction – A.M.
OUT 96 96 1 One Direction – Temporary Fix
OUT 98 98 1 Justin Bieber – Trust
OUT 100 100 1 One Direction – Never Enough



Bubbling Under

TW LW Artist – Song

01 16 Yo Gotti – Down in the DM
02 05 Big & Rich – Run Away With You
03 ** Adele – All I Ask
04 08 Future – Stick Talk
05 ** Andy Grammer – Good to Be Alive (Hallelujah)
06 14 Dawin – Dessert
07 ** G-Eazy featuring Chris Brown & Tory Lanez – Drifting
08 ** Charlie Puth – One Call Away
09 18 Brad Paisley – Country Nation
10 17 Chris Brown – Zero
11 ** Adele – Love in the Dark
12 20 Granger Smith – Backroad Song
13 ** Amy Vachal – Blank Space β
14 RE Meghan Trainor – Better When I'm Dancin'
15 19 Eric Church – Mr. Misunderstood
16 15 Hozier – Someone New
17 11 Rick Ross featuring Chris Brown – Sorry
18 21 Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats – S.O.B.
19 ** Adele – Million Years Ago
20 22 Cold War Kids – First
21 04 James Bay – Let It Go
22 ** Colonel Loud featuring T.I., Young Dolph & Ricco Barrino – California
23 ** Migos – Pipe It Up
24 ** Adele – Sweetest Devotion
25 RE Future – Thought It Was a Drought

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α 2015 AMAs gains
β The Voice performance


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Chart Highlights
  • Adele's "Hello" leads the Hot 100 for a fifth week. It remains atop Streaming Songs for a fifth week, logging 35.5 million streams and setting a new record: it becomes the first song to be streamed 30 million times in at least five weeks. Baauer's "Harlem Shake" previously set the benchmark when it logged at least 30 million streams for four weeks in 2013. Meanwhile, "Hello" holds at #1 on Radio Songs for a third week with 163 million audience impressions, but it falls 1-2 on Digital Songs with 112,000 downloads due to the CMA effect. The Hot 100 reflects aggregate sales, however, so "Hello"'s performance on the chart is unaffected; in fact, it earns the Digital Gainer honor this week.
Beneath "Hello", Justin Bieber's "Sorry" returns to #2. It rises 5-1 on Digital Songs with 178,000 downloads, thanks in part to Justin's performance at the AMAs on the 22nd, and it tops On-Demand Songs for a second week with 12.7 million streams. On Radio Songs, the song climbs 12-9 with 89 million audience impressions, earning the Airplay Gainer honor.
  • Top 10/20: Meghan Trainor's "Like I'm Gonna Lose You" returns to the top 10 at a new peak of #8 following Meghan's performance at the AMAs. It rises 7-6 on Digital Songs (84,000 downloads) and 22-17 on Streaming Songs. Below the top 10, Silentσ's "Watch Me" rebounds 18-14 with the Streaming Gainer honor. It jumps back up 8-6 on Streaming Songs. Below Silentσ, Travi$ Scott makes his first top-20 appearance as "Antidote" leaps 23-20. The track gets a streaming boost as it blasts 41-28 on On-Demand Songs. On Digital Songs, meanwhile, it drops 36-50.
  • Top 40: Three songs enter the top 40 this week. The first is Adele's "When We Were Young", the highest-charting of the 25 album cuts and the highest-debuting song of the week. The track, which is Adele's eighth top-40 hit, starts at #4 on Digital Songs. A bit further down, Tory Lanez earns his first top-40 hit with "Say It", which surges 51-37. The song jumps 48-35 on Streaming Songs and remains at #46 on Digital Songs. Finally, Sam Hunt earns his fourth top-40 as "Break Up in a Small Town" climbs 44-39. The track rises 48-45 on Radio Songs and falls 20-29 on Digital Songs.
  • Further Down: Two songs make big positional gains this week. The Weeknd's "In the Night" blasts 86-54 thanks to its 39-22 jump on Radio Songs. Directly beneath it, the Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello duet "I Know What You Did Last Summer" flies 97-55. The track falls 17-27 on Digital Songs. Finally, Adele's "Water Under the Bridge" is the second-highest 25 album cut to debut on the Hot 100 this week, as it launches at #70. It debuts at #11 on Digital Songs.
  • 2015 AMAs: Aside from the aforementioned "Sorry" and "Like I'm Gonna Lose You", nine other songs benefit from performances at the 2015 AMAs on the 22nd. Among the biggest beneficiaries are Coldplay's "Adventure of a Lifetime", which moves up 72-53 thanks to a 30-20 gain on Digital Songs; Gwen Stefani's "Used to Love You", which re-enters at #77 as it does the same at #32 on Digital Songs; and Luke Bryan's "Home Alone Tonight", which debuts on the chart at #97.
GENRE CHARTS:

01 "Hello" — Mainstream Top 40 #1 (=, 2 weeks), Adult Top 40 #1 (=, 2 weeks), Adult Contemporary #1 (=, 3 weeks), Triple A #1 (= 4 weeks)

02 "Sorry" — Mainstream Top 40 #7 (+4, Greatest Gainer), Adult Top 40 #29 (+8)

08 "Like I'm Gonna Lose You" — Adult Top 40 #4 (=), Adult Contemporary #5 (+1), Mainstream Top 40 #10 (+2)

14 "Watch Me" — Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs #5 (+2, Streaming Gainer)

20 "Antidote" — R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay #4 (+3), Hot Rap Songs #5 (+1), Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs #8 (+1), Rhythmic #11 (+2)

37 "Say It" — R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay #3 (+3), Hot R&B Songs #5 (=), Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs #14 (+2)

39 "Break Up in a Small Town" — Country Streaming Songs #1 (=, 2 weeks), Hot Country Songs #2 (+1, Streaming Gainer), Country Airplay #14 (+1)

53 "Adventure of a Lifetime" — Triple A #2 (=), Hot Rock Songs #4 (+1, Digital Gainer), Alternative #10 (+1), Adult Top 40 #13 (+2, Greatest Gainer)

54 "In the Night" — Hot R&B Songs #6 (+3), Mainstream Top 40 #15 (+7), Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs #18 (+9, Airplay Gainer), Rhythmic #19 (+5)

55 "I Know What You Did Last Summer" — Mainstream Top 40 #35 (Debut)


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I'm really confused with Uptown Funk climbing yet again and Watch Me being the top streaming gainer, very odd for a song in its 40th week. Plus Cheerleader and See You Again both rebounding, is this all just a coincidence?
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"UF" might've just been the viral video again, maybe? "WM" gets streaming boosts every now and again due to videos as well. As for the other two, neither of them are bulleted so I think it might've just been due a bunch of songs (Justin mainly) dropping.

Edit: http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/...5-songs-hot-100

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Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars, "Uptown Funk!"

The former 14-week No. 1 rises 24-21 on the Hot 100. Spurring its 15 percent gain to 8.5 million U.S. streams: upticks in user-generated clips featuring beloved dance scenes in movies set to the song's audio.


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SALES, AIRPLAY, AND STREAMING

01) Adele – Hello
– Digital Songs #2 (-1) – 112,000 downloads[/color] (-66%) [iTunes CMA effect]
– Radio Songs #1 (=, 3 weeks) – 163 million all-format audience impressions (+2%)
– Streaming Songs #1 (=, 5 weeks) – 35.5 million US streams (+2%)

02) Justin Bieber – Sorry
– Digital Songs #1 (+4, 1 week) – 178,000 downloads (+117%)
– Radio Songs #9 (+3) – 89 million all-format audience impressions (+31%) [Airplay Gainer]
– Streaming Songs #2 (=) – 28.8 million US streams (+9%)
On-Demand Songs #1 (=, 2 weeks) – 12.7 million US streams (-2%)

03) Drake – Hotline Bling
– Digital Songs #5 (-1) – 84,000 downloads (+2%)
– Radio Songs #2 (=) – 140 million all-format audience impressions (-1%)
– Streaming Songs #3 (=) – 20.3 million US streams (+1%)

07) Justin Bieber – Love Yourself
– Digital Songs #3 (-1) – 112,000 downloads (-21%)
– Radio Songs
– Streaming Songs #5 (=) – 15.5 million US streams (-5%)

29) Thomas Rhett – Die a Happy Man
– Digital Songs #14 (-5) – 54,000 downloads (-4%)
– Radio Songs #30 (+3) – 33.6 million all-format audience impressions (+5%)
– Streaming Songs 3.6 million US streams (=)


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How that Meghan song has become a hit amazes me. I like it and all... but sleeper hit much?
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BILLBOARD HOT DIGITAL SONGS

Week ending December 12, 2015 | Tracking period: 11/20-11/26

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

01 05 01 5 Justin Bieber – Sorry — 178,000 (819,000) (GREATEST GAINER)
02 01 01 5 Adele – Hello — 112,000 (2,667,000)
03 02 02 2 Justin Bieber – Love Yourself — 112,000 (253,000)
04 ** 04 1 Adele – When We Were Young — 101,000 (HOT SHOT DEBUT)
05 04 01 17 Drake – Hotline Bling — 84,000 (1,501,000)
06 07 06 21 Meghan Trainor featuring John Legend – Like I'm Gonna Lose You
07 13 07 11 Selena Gomez – Same Old Love — 81,000 (588,000)
08 08 06 18 Elle King – Ex's & Oh's
09 12 01 27 The Weeknd – The Hills — 70,000 (2,324,000)
10 10 04 26 Shawn Mendes – Stitches — 68,000 (1,594,000)

11 ** 11 1 Adele – Water Under the Bridge (NEW)
12 RE 01 12 Justin Bieber – What Do You Mean?
13 ** 13 1 Adele – Send My Love (To Your New Lover) (NEW)
16 RE 02 5 One Direction – Perfect
17 ** 17 1 Adele – Remedy (NEW)
18 23 15 8 Demi Lovato – Confident — 50,000 (316,000)
20 30 19 3 Coldplay – Adventure of a Lifetime
21 ** 21 1 Adele – All I Ask (NEW)
23 18 05 10 Ellie Goulding – On My Mind
24 ** 24 1 Amy Vachal – Blank Space — 38,000 (NEW) α
25 26 05 4 Ariana Grande – Focus

MILESTONES:
500K: Thomas Rhett – "Die a Happy Man"

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Finally good update for Selena and also love the chart run for Stitches. Shawn continue to impress!
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