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BILLBOARD HOT 100

Week ending January 13, 2018 | Tracking periods: sales/streaming — 12/29–1/4, airplay — 1/1–1/7


TW LW PP WC Artist – Song

01 01 01 19 Ed Sheeran Duet With Beyonce — Perfect
02 03 02 21 Camila Cabello feat. Young Thug — Havana (STREAMING GAINER)
03 02 01 16 Post Malone feat. 21 Savage — Rockstar
04 05 04 36 Imagine Dragons — Thunder
05 04 04 17 G-Eazy feat. A$AP Rocky & Cardi B — No Limit
06 09 06 18 Halsey — Bad At Love
07 08 04 17 Sam Smith — Too Good At Goodbyes
08 07 06 10 Migos, Nicki Minaj & Cardi B — MotorSport
09 06 03 17 Lil Pump — Gucci Gang
10 10 01 27 Cardi B — Bodak Yellow

11 12 11 23 Dua Lipa — New Rules (AIRPLAY GAINER)
12 23 04 29 Portugal. The Man — Feel It Still (DIGITAL GAINER)
13 19 01 52 Ed Sheeran — Shape Of You
14 11 11 28 Kendrick Lamar feat. Zacari — Love.
15 20 06 26 Demi Lovato — Sorry Not Sorry
16 25 04 48 Imagine Dragons — Believer
17 24 15 05 G-Eazy & Halsey — Him & I
18 17 16 12 NF — Let You Down
19 14 14 02 Cardi B feat. 21 Savage — Bartier Cardi
20 15 12 08 6ix9ine — Gummo

21 21 09 19 Maroon 5 feat. SZA — What Lovers Do
22 18 18 25 Khalid — Young Dumb & Broke
23 16 16 15 Post Malone — I Fall Apart
24 26 24 11 Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line — Meant To Be
25 30 01 51 Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber — Despacito
26 22 11 20 Gucci Mane feat. Migos — I Get The Bag
27 27 26 13 Charlie Puth — How Long
28 29 20 11 Selena Gomez X Marshmello — Wolves
29 28 12 26 21 Savage — Bank Account
30 32 03 27 J Balvin & Willy William feat. Beyonce — Mi Gente

31 31 26 15 A$AP Ferg — Plain Jane
32 37 01 51 Bruno Mars — That's What I Like
33 34 03 36 Logic feat. Alessia Cara & Khalid — 1-800-273-8255
34 39 05 37 Charlie Puth — Attention
35 ** 35 01 Bruno Mars & Cardi B — Finesse (HOT SHOT DEBUT)
36 35 24 19 Lil Uzi Vert feat. Nicki Minaj — The Way Life Goes
37 33 29 23 SZA — The Weekend
38 41 35 15 Miguel feat. Travis Scott — Sky Walker
39 40 39 07 Taylor Swift feat. Ed Sheeran & Future — End Game
40 55 40 15 Hailee Steinfeld & Alesso feat. Florida Georgia Line & Watt — Let Me Go

41 44 30 21 Marshmello feat. Khalid — Silence
42 47 03 39 French Montana feat. Swae Lee — Unforgettable
43 48 13 22 P!nk — What About Us
44 45 44 05 Thomas Rhett — Marry Me
45 43 11 03 Eminem feat. Ed Sheeran — River
46 56 46 15 Brett Young — Like I Loved You
47 51 47 20 Kodak Black feat. XXXTENTACION — Roll In Peace
48 49 46 09 N*E*R*D & Rihanna — Lemon
49 53 44 10 Offset & Metro Boomin — Ric Flair Drip
50 54 50 13 MAX feat. gnash — Lights Down Low

51 57 46 17 Chris Brown feat. Yo Gotti, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie & Kodak Black — Pills And Automobiles
52 62 52 12 Russell Dickerson — Yours
53 58 45 18 LANCO — Greatest Love Story
54 60 54 11 Macklemore feat. Kesha — Good Old Days
55 66 01 20 Taylor Swift — Look What You Made Me Do
56 63 56 17 Blake Shelton — I'll Name The Dogs
57 72 57 15 Eric Church — Round Here Buzz
58 61 04 18 Taylor Swift — ...Ready For It?
59 50 50 11 Post Malone — Candy Paint
60 59 46 09 YBN Nahmir — Rubbin Off The Paint

61 52 52 02 Ozuna x Cardi B — La Modelo
62 81 62 20 Maren Morris — I Could Use A Love Song
63 76 63 15 Chris Young — Losing Sleep
64 74 47 07 Luis Fonsi & Demi Lovato — Echame La Culpa
65 70 52 06 Kodak Black feat. Lil Wayne — Codeine Dreaming
66 82 28 06 BTS feat. Desiigner — MIC Drop
67 79 67 11 Walker Hayes — You Broke Up With Me
68 67 50 05 6ix9ine — Kooda
69 73 57 19 Luke Bryan — Light It Up
70 86 70 07 Old Dominion — Written In The Sand

71 RE 61 03 Camila Cabello — Never Be The Same
72 78 53 06 Demi Lovato — Tell Me You Love Me
73 77 77 05 YoungBoy Never Broke Again — No Smoke
74 80 74 03 Quavo & Lil Yachty — Ice Tray
75 88 75 04 Farruko, Nicki Minaj, Bad Bunny, 21 Savage & Rvssian — Krippy Kush
76 75 67 08 Lil Xan — Betrayed
77 85 73 08 Famous Dex feat. A$AP Rocky — Pick It Up
78 89 78 05 Scotty McCreery — Five More Minutes
79 97 79 05 Kelsea Ballerini — Legends
80 ** 80 01 WALK THE MOON — One Foot

81 91 74 11 Becky G feat. Bad Bunny — Mayores
82 RE 72 02 Kane Brown — Heaven
83 ** 83 01 Keala Settle & The Greatest Showman Ensemble — This Is Me
84 84 71 04 Lil Baby — My Dawg
85 ** 85 01 Zac Efron & Zendaya — Rewrite The Stars
86 98 66 11 Niall Horan — Too Much To Ask
87 RE 87 06 Devin Dawson — All On Me
88 ** 88 01 Loren Allred — Never Enough
89 94 89 02 Migos — Stir Fry
90 100 90 05 Yo Gotti — Juice

91 RE 90 06 Chris Stapleton — Broken Halos
92 ** 92 01 Maluma X Nego do Borel — Corazon
93 RE 69 02 Keith Urban — Female
94 99 44 17 Zayn feat. Sia — Dusk Till Dawn
95 ** 95 01 Hugh Jackman, Keala Settle, Zac Efron, Zendaya & The Greatest Showman Ensemble — The Greatest Show
96 RE 86 06 Tank — When We
97 RE 64 07 NAV feat. Lil Uzi Vert — Wanted You
98 96 41 19 XXXTentacion feat. Trippie Redd — F**k Love
99 95 90 04 Machine Gun Kelly, X Ambassadors & Bebe Rexha — Home
100 ** 100 01 Sofi Tukker feat. NERVO, The Knocks & Alisa Ueno — Best Friend

OUT 13 09 24 Mariah Carey — All I Want For Christmas Is You
OUT 36 14 22 Brenda Lee — Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree
OUT 38 32 05 Andy Williams — It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year
OUT 42 37 12 Nat King Cole — The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas To You)
OUT 46 38 05 Burl Ives — A Holly Jolly Christmas
OUT 64 44 20 Tay-K — The Race
OUT 65 65 01 Huncho Jack feat. Takeoff — Eye 2 Eye
OUT 68 68 01 Huncho Jack — Modern Slavery
OUT 69 69 01 Imagine Dragons + Khalid — Thunder/Young Dumb & Broke (Medley)
OUT 71 71 01 Huncho Jack — Black & Chinese
OUT 83 83 01 Huncho Jack feat. Offset — Dubai Shit
OUT 87 87 01 Huncho Jack — Huncho Jack
OUT 90 90 01 Huncho Jack — Motorcycle Patches
OUT 92 92 01 Huncho Jack — Saint
OUT 93 14 05 Eminem feat. Beyonce — Walk On Water

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TW LW Artist – Song

01 16 Easton Corbin – A Girl Like You
02 02 Lil Skies feat. Landon Cure – Nowadays
03 12 Lauv – I Like Me Better
04 18 Aaron Watson – Outta Style
05 22 Brett Eldredge – The Long Way
06 20 Jacquees X Dej Loaf – At The Club
07 23 Clean Bandit feat. Julia Michaels – I Miss You
08 ** Ziv Zaifman, Hugh Jackman & Michelle Williams – A Million Dreams
09 ** Jordan Davis – Singles You Up
10 25 Lil Skies feat. Landon Cure – Red Roses
11 05 Jowell & Randy & J. Balvin – Bonita
12 19 Trippie Redd – Poles 1469
13 ** Hugh Jackman & Zac Efron – The Other Side
14 09 Thirty Seconds To Mars – Walk On Water
15 RE DJ Luian & Mambo Kingz Presentan: Bad Bunny, J Balvin & Prince Royce – Sensualidad
16 ** Granger Smith – Happens Like That
17 RE Jhene Aiko – While We're Young
18 RE Daniel Caesar feat. Kali Uchis – Get You
19 RE Layton Greene – Roll In Peace
20 ** Justin Timberlake – Filthy
21 ** Carlos Vives & Sebastian Yatra – Robarte Un Beso
22 ** Alice Merton – No Roots
23 RE Trippie Redd – Love Scars
24 RE Rich The Kid feat. Kendrick Lamar – New Freezer
25 24 Yung Bleu – Miss It
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Ed Sheeran & Beyonce's 'Perfect' No. 1 on Hot 100, Camila Cabello's 'Havana' Back Up to No. 2
1/8/2018 by Gary Trust

Ed Sheeran and Beyoncé's "Perfect" tops the Billboard Hot 100 for a fifth week. The song also takes over as the most-heard hit on U.S. radio, reaching No. 1 on the Radio Songs chart.

Meanwhile, Camila Cabello's "Havana," featuring Young Thug, rebounds to its No. 2 Hot 100 peak. Plus, Halsey's "Bad at Love" continues its Hot 100 ascent, rising from No. 9 to a new No. 6 high.

"Perfect," released on Atlantic Records -- first as a solo track by Sheeran on his album ÷ (Divide) -- spends a sixth week at No. 1 on the Digital Song Sales chart with 109,000 downloads sold (down 34 percent) in the week ending Jan. 4, according to Nielsen Music.

The song also lifts 2-1 on the Radio Songs tally, up 7 percent to 139 million audience impressions in the week ending Jan. 7 (with radio playing both Sheeran's original solo version and the duet). Sheeran scores his second Radio Songs leader, following ÷ lead single "Shape of You," which reigned for 12 weeks beginning last Feb. 25.

Beyoncé adds her sixth solo Radio Songs No. 1 and first in nearly nine years. Her previous toppers: "Crazy in Love," featuring JAY-Z (eight weeks, 2003); "Baby Boy," featuring Sean Paul (nine, 2003); "Check on It," featuring Slim Thug (three, 2006); "Irreplaceable" (11, 2006-97); and "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" (five, 2009). Beyoncé first ruled Radio Songs as a member of Destiny's Child with four singles (consecutively) in 2000-01: "Say My Name," "Jumpin', Jumpin'," "Independent Women Part 1" and "Survivor."

On Streaming Songs, which "Perfect" led for a week, the song slips 2-4 with 36.4 million U.S. streams (down 4 percent) in the week ending Jan. 4.

Cabello's "Havana" rebounds from No. 3 for a sixth week at its No. 2 Hot 100 peak. That's the longest stay at the runner-up spot for a No. 2-peaking song since DJ Khaled's "Wild Thoughts," featuring Rihanna and Bryson Tiller, which spent seven weeks at its No. 2 high beginning July 29. The last No. 2 hit by a lead female to post at least six weeks at the spot before "Havana"? Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance" (seven weeks, 2009-10).

"Havana" drops to No. 2 after four weeks atop Radio Songs (137 million, although up 5 percent); jumps 5-2 on Streaming Songs (35.6 million, up 10 percent); and holds at No. 3 on Digital Song Sales (68,000, down 27 percent). (Note that "Havana" ranks higher than "Perfect" on Streaming Songs even though Cabello's hit boasts fewer total streams than Sheeran and Beyoncé's [35.6 million vs. 36.4 million]; their respective sums are raw totals before weighting is applied, as on-demand streams count more than programmed streams for the survey.)

As previously reported, "Havana" concurrently tops the Pop Songs airplay chart for a seventh week, marking the longest command for a song by a lead female on the chart in nearly five years, since Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble," which ruled for seven weeks beginning Feb. 2, 2013. "Havana" also crowns the Rhythmic Songs chart for a third frame.

Cabello additionally re-enters the Hot 100 with "Havana" follow-up "Never Be the Same," at No. 71. (It debuted at its No. 61 high to date on Dec. 30.) The new single soars by 43 percent to 8.1 million U.S. clicks following the Dec. 29 premiere of its official video. Both songs are from Cabello's debut album, Camila, due Friday (Jan. 12).

Post Malone's "Rockstar," featuring 21 Savage, drops 2-3 on the Hot 100, following its eight-week domination. It leads Streaming Songs for a 14th week (39.4 million, down 2 percent), tying Desiigner's "Panda" for the chart's second-longest reign; the songs trail only Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's "Despacito," featuring Justin Bieber, which led for 16 weeks beginning last May 27. "Rockstar" also tops the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs charts for a 13th week each.

Imagine Dragons' "Thunder" rises 5-4 on the Hot 100, returning to its peak, while leading Hot Rock Songs for a 10th week. The song swaps spots on the Hot 100 with G-Eazy's "No Limit," featuring A$AP Rocky and Cardi B, which slides a spot from its No. 4 high.

Halsey's "Bad at Love" jumps 9-6 on the Hot 100, surpassing its prior No. 8 peak; Sam Smith's No. 4-peaking "Too Good at Goodbyes" rebounds 8-7; Migos, Nicki Minaj and Cardi B's "MotorSport" falls 7-8, two spots off its No. 6 high; and Lil Pump's "Gucci Gang" descends 6-9 after reaching No. 3.

Rounding out the Hot 100's top 10, Cardi B's breakthrough three-week No. 1 "Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)" keeps at No. 10, marking a second week for the MC's first three songs on the chart in the top 10 simultaneously. A week ago, she became just the third act ever to chart her first three Hot 100 entries in the top 10 concurrently, joining The Beatles in 1964 and Ashanti in 2002.

More Cardi B: beyond the Hot 100's top 10, Bruno Mars and Cardi B boast the chart's top debut, as "Finesse" enters at No. 35. The collab, originally released as a solo song by Mars on his album 24K Magic, bows following the release of its remix and official video at midnight ET Jan. 4. The track starts at No. 13 on Digital Song Sales (30,000 sold, up from a negligible amount, in the week ending Jan. 4) and No. 49 on Radio Songs (26 million impressions, also up from a minimal sum, in the week ending Jan. 7), while logging 8.7 million U.S. streams (up 2,098 percent) in the week ending Jan. 4.

"Finesse" marks Cardi B's sixth Hot 100 visit. Along with her trio of top 10s, she added two more charted titles last week: "Bartier Cardi," featuring 21 Savage, which drops 14-19 this week; and "La Modelo," with Ozuna, which dips 52-61.

Bruno Mars & Cardi B's 'Finesse' Remix Flies Onto Billboard Hot 100 in Top 40
1/9/2018 by Gary Trust

As previously reported, Ed Sheeran and Beyoncé's "Perfect" tops the Billboard Hot 100 (dated Jan. 13) for a fifth week. Meanwhile, Bruno Mars and Cardi B boast the Hot 100's top debut, as "Finesse" enters at No. 35, marking the week's highest new entry.

The neo-new jack swing collab, originally released as a solo song by Mars on his Grammy-nominated album 24K Magic, bows following the release of its remix and official video at midnight ET Jan. 4.

"Finesse" starts at No. 13 on the Digital Song Sales chart with 30,000 sold (up from a negligible amount) in the week ending Jan. 4, according to Nielsen Music, and opens at No. 49 on Radio Songs with 26 million audience impressions (also up from a minimal sum) in the week ending Jan. 7. The song additionally drew 8.7 million U.S. streams (up 2,098 percent) in the week ending Jan. 4. (Both the original version and remix of "Finesse" count toward its singular chart listing.)

"Finesse" marks Mars' fourth charted single, and top 40 Hot 100 hit, from 24K Magic. The title cut reached No. 4 in December 2016; "That's What I Like" topped the May 13, 2017-dated chart; and "Versace on the Floor" peaked at No. 33 in September.

Cardi B, meanwhile, adds to her Hot 100 haul, as, for a second week, she charts her first three Hot 100 entries in the top 10 simultaneously. Only The Beatles and Ashanti had previously scored such a career-opening hat trick.
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QUOTE(CodyOfTheWoods @ Jan 6 2018, 10:27 PM) *
Keep in mind that this was just a weird week with radio stations spamming EOY playlists/countdowns (iHeartRadio Top 100) and the gift card effect going around. This and other songs might end up seeing a couple drops as things start to normalize. Let’s not count out the effect from the debuts this week as well.

It might end up being like this:
next chart: stagnation
week after: normalization (+ Bruno/JT debut impact) with recurrent dropping 7+ spots unless something weird happens

If it does end up going past 52, great. It would be the first song to do so since that rule was made.
Aaaaaand it’s comfortably in the top 15. Barring anything weird happening this will be the first song to cross the year-long mark since “Counting Stars”?
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as on-demand streams count more than programmed streams for the survey.


Can someone please explain the difference between these two as I don't understand?
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Lol at Dua, she's been doing 1 place higher the last 5 weeks in a row iirc.

She is exploding on radio so hopefully that will take her to #10 next week.
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19 14 14 02 Cardi B feat. 21 Savage — Bartier Cardi

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QUOTE(Rob @ Jan 11 2018, 06:23 AM) *
Can someone please explain the difference between these two as I don't understand?
I'll try. Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music and Youtube are considered "on-demand" as you can select the songs you want to hear, whereas Pandora and Slacker are "programmed" as all the songs are selected for you. With Billboard's new formula changes for 2018, streams from free/ad-supported users are given less weight than streams from paid subscription accounts, and programmed streams are given even less weight than both of those.

Here's the full article if you care to read further:
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Billboard Charts to Adjust Streaming Weighting in 2018
10/19/2017 by Billboard Staff

Greater emphasis to be given to paid subscription streams with ad-supported activity remaining an important factor in the Billboard Hot 100, Billboard 200 and many other charts

It is our goal at Billboard to accurately portray in an unbiased manner how music performs relative to other music.

That job has become much more complicated throughout the years. For decades, there were just physical retail sales and radio airplay, whereas today there are many ways to consume and not all are created equal - from an access perspective, from a user-control perspective, from a revenue perspective, from a fraud-protection perspective and so on. Thus, Billboard frequently reevaluates - with the advisement of our constituents (artists, labels, distributors, publishers, consumers, etc.) - how to properly measure and report this activity. It is our obligation to take all methods of distribution and consumption into consideration; similarly, it is our obligation to weigh the ramifications of any changes.

This has been an especially challenging year for these deliberations, as we are seeing rapid adoption of new streaming and distribution models that are changing user experience and behavior at an unprecedented pace.

Among the changes we implemented or seriously considered this year for our charts are (i) how to weigh paid vs. ad-supported and free streams, (ii) the weighting of programmed streams (on a service like Pandora), (iii) whether streams of YouTube official music videos should be included in the Billboard 200 albums chart, (iv) how to address the increase in, and uniqueness of, sales of music through direct-to-consumer offers, (v) whether to modify what’s allowable for concert ticket/album bundle sale redemption offers, and (vi) how to address the rise of promotions that incentivize consumer streaming.

In recognition of an evolving music market and the means that consumers engage with music, Billboard has decided to implement changes on how it incorporates streaming data into our charts.

Currently, Billboard has two defined types of streaming plays for the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart (and our other hybrid songs charts): on-demand (such as Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify and YouTube) and programmed (such as Pandora and Slacker Radio), with on-demand having a greater weight. The Billboard 200 -- and our other consumption-ranked albums charts -- uses a single tier of only on-demand audio streams (paid or ad-supported) from subscriptions services. Video streams do not contribute to the Billboard 200’s calculations, but are incorporated into the Hot 100.

Beginning in 2018, plays occurring on paid subscription-based services (such as Amazon Music and Apple Music) or on the paid subscription tiers of hybrid paid/ad-supported platforms (such as SoundCloud and Spotify) will be given more weight in chart calculations than those plays on pure ad-supported services (such as YouTube) or on the non-paid tiers of hybrid paid/ad-supported services.

In 2018, Billboard will have multiple weighted tiers of streaming plays for the Hot 100, which take into account paid subscription streams, ad-supported streams, and programmed streams. Streaming, along with all-genre radio airplay and digital songs sales data, make up the three metrics of the Hot 100’s methodology.

The Billboard 200 will now include two tiers of on-demand audio streams: paid subscription audio streams and ad-supported audio streams. The chart will continue to not incorporate video streams. The Billboard 200 ranks the most popular albums of the week based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums, and streaming equivalent albums.


The shift to a multi-level streaming approach to Billboard’s chart methodology is a reflection of how music is now being consumed on streaming services, migrating from a pure on-demand experience to a more diverse selection of listening preferences (including playlists and radio), and the various options in which a consumer can access music based on their subscription commitment.

It is Billboard’s belief that assigning values to the levels of consumer engagement and access - along with the compensation derived from those options - better reflects the varied user activity occurring on these services.

Billboard remains committed to being the book of record when it comes to tracking fan activity in and around music. We will always remain responsive to the marketplace so that our charts continue to be the most credible and relevant measure of music popularity.

Below is a list of current streaming services contributing to the Billboard Hot 100 and Billboard 200, as well as corresponding genre songs and albums charts.

Hot 100 (+ Genre Charts) Streaming
Service Audio/Video Data Type

Amazon Music Unlimited Audio Paid
Amazon Prime Audio Paid
Apple Music Audio Paid
Apple Music Video Paid
Google Play Audio Paid
Groove Music Pass (Xbox) Audio Paid
Medianet Audio Paid
Napster Audio Paid
SoundCloud Audio Paid / Ad Supported
Slacker Audio Paid
Spotify Audio Paid / Ad Supported
Tidal Audio Paid
Tidal Video Paid
Vevo on YouTube Video Ad Supported
YouTube Video Ad Supported
AOL Radio (Powered by Slacker) Audio Programmed
Google Radio Audio Programmed
Napster Audio Programmed
Pandora Audio Programmed
Slacker Audio Programmed

Billboard 200 (+ Genre Album Charts) Streaming Services
Service Audio/Video Data Type

Amazon Music Unlimited Audio Paid
Amazon Prime Audio Paid
Apple Music Audio Paid
Google Play Audio Paid
Groove Music Pass (Xbox) Audio Paid
Medianet Audio Paid
Napster Audio Paid
Slacker Audio Paid
SoundCloud Audio Paid / Ad Supported
Spotify Audio Paid / Ad Supported
Tidal Audio Paid
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That's actually quite a good idea, separating on-demand streams from programmed ones. Although with that it does just pile on to their already complex system of rules for combining the Billboard Hot 100 tongue.gif
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