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BILLBOARD HOT 100

Week ending March 16, 2019 | Tracking periods: sales/streaming — 3/1–3/7, airplay — 3/4–3/10


TW LW PP WC Artist – Song

01 ** 01 01 Jonas Brothers – Sucker (HOT SHOT DEBUT)
02 02 01 07 Ariana Grande – 7 Rings
03 14 03 03 Cardi B & Bruno Mars – Please Me
04 04 01 20 Post Malone & Swae Lee – Sunflower
05 03 01 22 Halsey – Without Me
06 01 01 23 Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper – Shallow (AIRPLAY GAINER)
07 08 07 11 Post Malone – Wow.
08 06 02 29 Marshmello & Bastille – Happier
09 05 04 07 J. Cole – Middle Child
10 10 01 31 Travis Scott – Sicko Mode

11 07 01 18 Ariana Grande – Thank U, Next
12 11 04 31 Panic! At The Disco – High Hopes
13 09 09 08 Blueface – Thotiana
14 12 09 34 benny blanco, Halsey & Khalid – Eastside
15 13 02 04 Ariana Grande – Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored
16 16 06 14 Meek Mill feat. Drake – Going Bad
17 15 14 07 YNW Melly – Murder On My Mind
18 18 12 11 21 Savage – A Lot
19 17 01 41 Maroon 5 feat. Cardi B – Girls Like You
20 22 20 08 Sam Smith & Normani – Dancing With A Stranger

21 21 18 25 Khalid – Better
22 19 04 25 Lil Baby & Gunna – Drip Too Hard
23 20 13 20 Cardi B – Money
24 24 24 12 Ava Max – Sweet But Psycho
25 23 23 17 Luke Combs – Beautiful Crazy
26 29 26 19 Dean Lewis – Be Alright
27 26 05 21 Bad Bunny feat. Drake – MIA
28 25 02 21 Kodak Black feat. Travis Scott & Offset – ZEZE
29 27 03 45 Post Malone – Better Now
30 31 07 40 5 Seconds Of Summer – Youngblood

31 33 28 16 Ellie Goulding X Diplo feat. Swae Lee – Close To Me
32 30 30 34 Lauren Daigle – You Say
33 32 21 44 Dan + Shay – Tequila
34 28 27 03 Juice WRLD – Robbery
35 35 32 13 A Boogie Wit da Hoodie – Look Back At It
36 40 02 43 Juice WRLD – Lucid Dreams
37 87 37 02 Summer Walker X Drake – Girls Need Love
38 34 32 10 Pinkfong – Baby Shark
39 ** 39 01 Lil Skies – I
40 42 40 12 Calboy – Envy Me

41 39 01 48 Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin – I Like It
42 41 14 06 Billie Eilish – Bury A Friend
43 38 11 23 DJ Snake feat. Selena Gomez, Ozuna & Cardi B – Taki Taki
44 36 11 25 Gucci Mane X Bruno Mars X Kodak Black – Wake Up In The Sky
45 37 20 25 Flipp Dinero – Leave Me Alone
46 45 29 09 City Girls feat. Cardi B – Twerk
47 43 06 28 Sheck Wes – Mo Bamba
48 44 38 11 A Boogie Wit da Hoodie feat. 6ix9ine – Swervin
49 55 44 04 Khalid – Talk
50 56 50 07 YNW Melly feat. Kanye West – Mixed Personalities

51 52 51 06 Mustard & Migos – Pure Water
52 ** 52 01 Thomas Rhett – Look What God Gave Her
53 51 42 13 Scotty McCreery – This Is It
54 46 46 10 Jordan Davis – Take It From Me
55 57 55 13 Chris Stapleton – Millionaire
56 ** 56 01 Juice WRLD – Hear Me Calling
57 59 57 05 Daddy Yankee feat. Snow – Con Calma
58 63 35 09 Chris Brown – Undecided
59 53 28 19 Lil Baby – Close Friends
60 66 56 04 The Chainsmokers feat. 5 Seconds Of Summer – Who Do You Love

61 58 46 15 Jason Aldean – Girl Like You
62 71 62 09 Brett Young – Here Tonight
63 69 63 09 Midland – Burn Out
64 47 41 08 Lady Gaga – Always Remember Us This Way
65 73 65 03 YK Osiris – Worth It
66 61 54 10 Luke Bryan – What Makes You Country
67 76 61 18 Anuel AA & Romeo Santos – Ella Quiere Beber
68 81 68 06 Ella Mai – Shot Clock
69 80 69 10 Jake Owen – Down To The Honkytonk
70 88 70 03 Chase Rice – Eyes On You

71 RE 71 02 Riley Green – There Was This Girl
72 RE 72 02 Imagine Dragons – Bad Liar
73 50 49 03 Offset – Red Room
74 ** 74 01 Billie Eilish – Wish You Were Gay
75 ** 75 01 2 Chainz feat. Travis Scott – Whip

76 99 76 10 Old Dominion – Make It Sweet
77 ** 77 01 City Girls – Act Up
78 95 78 02 Kane Brown – Good As You
79 67 67 08 Kehlani feat. Ty Dolla $ign – Nights Like This
80 83 46 14 Kodak Black – Calling My Spirit

81 82 81 05 Kelsea Ballerini – Miss Me More
82 79 44 17 Juice WRLD – Armed And Dangerous
83 ** 83 01 Lil Nas X – Old Town Road
84 92 68 05 Anuel AA & Karol G – Secreto
85 ** 85 01 Morgan Wallen – Whiskey Glasses
86 RE 86 03 Jon Pardi – Night Shift
87 100 87 02 Ski Mask The Slump God – Faucet Failure
88 54 54 02 P!nk – Walk Me Home
89 RE 89 02 Michael Ray – One That Got Away
90 96 59 06 Yo Gotti feat. Lil Baby – Put A Date On It

91 RE 64 18 Billie Eilish & Khalid – Lovely
92 60 14 04 Ariana Grande – Needy
93 ** 93 01 benny blanco, Tainy, Selena Gomez & J Balvin – I Can't Get Enough
94 ** 94 01 2 Chainz feat. Ariana Grande – Rule The World

95 RE 52 19 Billie Eilish – When The Party's Over
96 89 70 10 Lukas Graham – Love Someone
97 98 80 03 Florida Georgia Line – Talk You Out Of It
98 RE 83 08 Carrie Underwood – Love Wins
99 RE 91 05 Cody Johnson – On My Way To You
100 ** 100 01 2 Chainz feat. Kendrick Lamar – Momma I Hit A Lick

OUT 48 40 20 Pardison Fontaine feat. Cardi B – Backin' It Up
OUT 49 49 01 Offset feat. Travis Scott & 21 Savage – Legacy
OUT 62 36 07 Lady Gaga – I'll Never Love Again
OUT 64 64 01 Offset feat. Cardi B – Clout
OUT 65 65 01 Offset feat. J. Cole – How Did I Get Here
OUT 68 17 03 Ariana Grande – NASA
OUT 70 70 01 Gunna – Outstanding
OUT 72 72 01 Lil Pump feat. Lil Wayne – Be Like Me
OUT 74 74 01 Gunna feat. Young Thug – 3 Headed Snake
OUT 75 75 01 Gunna – Wit It
OUT 77 50 20 The Chainsmokers feat. Kelsea Ballerini – This Feeling
OUT 78 56 02 Gunna – One Call
OUT 84 43 13 Mark Ronson feat. Miley Cyrus – Nothing Breaks Like A Heart
OUT 85 21 08 Ariana Grande – Imagine
OUT 86 86 01 Offset – Lick
OUT 90 27 03 Ariana Grande – Bad Idea
OUT 91 91 01 Gunna – Speed It Up
OUT 93 22 03 Ariana Grande – Bloodline
OUT 94 94 01 John Mayer – I Guess I Just Feel Like
OUT 97 97 01 Gunna feat. Playboi Carti – Same Yung N***a

Bubbling Under

TW LW Artist – Song

01 11 FLETCHER – Undrunk
02 08 Pedro Capo X Farruko – Calma
03 RE Joji – Slow Dancing In The Dark
04 18 Lil Peep & iLoveMakonnen Featuring Fall Out Boy – I've Been Waiting
05 12 Lee Brice – Rumor
06 ** 2 Chainz Featuring Young Thug – High Top Versace
07 ** Ozuna – Baila Baila Baila
08 01 Yungblud & Halsey Featuring Travis Barker – 11 Minutes
09 ** Lil Skies Featuring Gucci Mane – Bad Girls
10 13 Roddy Ricch – Every Season
11 RE Bebe Rexha – Last Hurrah
12 ** Eli Young Band – Love Ain't
13 24 Billie Eilish – bellyache
14 ** NLE Choppa – Shotta Flow
15 RE Banda Los Sebastianes – A Traves del Vaso
16 14 Blueface – Bleed It
17 20 YoungBoy Never Broke Again – Slime Belief
18 ** Solange – Almeda
19 ** 2 Chainz – Money In The Way
20 RE Los Angeles Azules Featuring Natalia LaFourcade – Nunca Es Suficiente
21 ** DaBaby – Suge
22 RE Why Don't We – 8 Letters
23 ** 2 Chainz Featuring Marsha Ambrosius – Forgiven
24 RE Lil Baby – Freestyle
25 RE Marshmello & Roddy Ricch – Project Dreams
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Jonas Brothers Notch First Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 as 'Sucker' Blasts In On Top
By Gary Trust | March 11, 2019 12:50 PM EDT

Jonas Brothers' comeback single "Sucker" rockets onto the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart (dated March 16) at No. 1, marking their first leader on the list.

The group, consisting of Joe, Kevin and Nick Jonas, initially appeared on the chart over 12 years go and reached a prior No. 5 high with "Burnin' Up" in 2008.

Jonas Brothers, who formed in 2005, ascended to boy band royalty soon after thanks to their numerous Disney TV and film projects, in addition to their music, which included a pair of No. 1 albums on the Billboard 200 chart in 2008 and 2009. After their split in 2013, they announced their reunion Feb. 28 and released "Sucker," and its official video, the following day (at midnight ET on March 1).

Also on the latest Hot 100, Cardi B and Bruno Mars' "Please Me" blasts to a new No. 3 peak following the March 1 premiere of its official video.

"Sucker," released on Republic Records, starts as the 1,085th No. 1 in the Hot 100's 60-year history.

The track launches atop the Streaming Songs chart with 43.7 million U.S. streams in the week ending March 7, according to Nielsen Music. The trio reigns in its first appearance on the tally (which began in 2013).

"Sucker" also debuts at No. 1 on Digital Song Sales with 88,000 first-week downloads sold in the week ending March 7. The trio's 22nd entry on the chart is its first No. 1 (following three No. 2-peaking hits, all in 2008: "Burnin' Up," "Pushing Me Away" and "Tonight").

On the Radio Songs chart, "Sucker" arrives at No. 46, a career-best rank for the act, with 22.6 million audience impressions in the week ending March 10.

Helping power the strong start for "Sucker," Jonas Brothers promoted their return with a week-long residency last week on CBS' The Late Late Show With James Corden, including their buzzy Carpool Karaoke.

First No. 1, after 12 years on the Hot 100: Jonas Brothers achieve their first Hot 100 No. 1 after initially appearing on the chart 12 years and one month ago: first entry "Year 3000" debuted, at No. 40, on the chart dated Feb. 17, 2007 (and rose to No. 31 that March).

The group charted 16 titles in 2007-09 and one more (the No. 60-peaking "Pom Poms") in 2013. Two top 10s preceded "Sucker": "Burnin' Up" (No. 5) and "Tonight" (No. 8), both in 2008.

Jonas Brothers' 12-year-plus trek for a first Hot 100 No. 1 marks the longest since Daft Punk waited close to 20 years between its first entry, "Around the World" (August 1997), and first leader, as featured on The Weeknd's "Starboy" (January 2017). The record? Santana spanned almost exactly 30 years between its first Hot 100 visit, with "Jingo" (Oct. 25, 1969), and its first No. 1, "Smooth," featuring Rob Thomas (Oct. 23, 1999).

…and after six years away from the Hot 100: "Pom Poms," Jonas Brothers' last Hot 100 entry before "Sucker," spent a week on the chart, dated April 20, 2013. Their nearly six-year absence marks the longest break between a prior entry and a chart-topping comeback since Luis Fonsi took eight years and six months between his No. 92-peaking "No Me Doy Por Vencido" in 2008 and his record-tying 16-week No. 1 "Despacito," with Daddy Yankee and featuring Justin Bieber, in 2017.

Oh, brothers: Jonas Brothers are the fifth act with the word "brothers" in its name to top the Hot 100, following The Everly Brothers, The Righteous Brothers, The Doobie Brothers and Bellamy Brothers. Of those, the Jonases join the Everly and Bellamy duos as real-life sibling acts to lead the list.

Of course, other (partial or full) sibling and/or family acts have the led the Hot 100, including The Beach Boys, Jackson 5, Carpenters, The Osmonds, Bee Gees, Heart, Bangles, New Kids on the Block, Wilson Phillips, Nelson, Hanson, K-Ci & JoJo, 98 Degrees, Rae Sremmurd and Migos.

First boy band at No. 1 in over 16 years: Jonas Brothers are the first act regarded as a boy band (even if Nick is 26, Joe is 29 and Kevin is 31) to crown the Hot 100 since B2K, whose "Bump, Bump, Bump," with P. Diddy, led the chart dated Feb. 1, 2003. (In December, Billboard exclusively broke the news of B2K's reunion for the Millennium Tour, which began Friday, March 8.)

Before B2K, in Y2K, *NSYNC hit No. 1, in July 2000, with "It's Gonna Be Me," after 98 Degrees had led that February as featured, with Joe, on Mariah Carey's "Thank God I Found You." (As for the other boy band kings to break through in that era, Backstreet Boys reached a No. 2 best with "Quit Playing Games [With My Heart]" in 1997.)

Among other boy bands this decade on the Hot 100, One Direction hit No. 2 with "Best Song Ever" in 2013; The Wanted reached No. 3 with "Glad You Came" in 2012; 5 Seconds of Summer scored their first top 10, reaching No. 7 last October, with "Youngblood"; and BTS became the first K-pop boy band to notch a top 10, with "Fake Love" (No. 10, last June).

Meanwhile, between B2K and Jonas Brothers' coronations, *NSYNC's Justin Timberlake (most recently in 2016) and 1D's Zayn (the same year, with "Pillowtalk") topped the Hot 100 as soloists.

Speaking of boy band members on their own, while "Sucker" is the first single by Joe, Kevin and Nick Jonas as the Jonas Brothers since 2013, Nick logged the No. 7-peaking solo Hot 100 hit "Jealous" in 2015, while, as a member of DNCE, Joe reached No. 9 in 2016 via the act's "Cake by the Ocean."

Sweet success: A decade before "Sucker," Kelly Clarkson topped the Hot 100 for two weeks in February 2009 with "My Life Would Suck Without You." (Unwrapping a No. 1 related in name to Jonas Brothers' new leader, Lil Wayne licked the competition in 2008 with "Lollipop," featuring Static Major.)

Tedder, Dukes & Bell ring up a new No. 1: Joe and Nick Jonas co-wrote "Sucker" with Ryan Tedder, Frank Dukes and Louis Bell. The two brothers lead the Hot 100 for the first time as writers, while Tedder, notably, makes his second trip to the top in that role and first in over a decade; Leona Lewis' "Bleeding Love," which he co-penned with Jesse McCartney, ruled for four weeks in 2008.

Dukes also adds his second Hot 100 No. 1 as a writer, after Camila Cabello's "Havana," featuring Young Thug, last year, while Bell logs his fifth leader (and third of 2019), following Post Malone's "Rockstar," featuring 21 Savage, in 2017 and "Psycho," featuring Ty Dolla $ign, in 2018, and this year's "Without Me" by Halsey and "Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse)" by Post Malone and Swae Lee.

Tedder and Dukes co-produced "Sucker," marking each's second Hot 100 No. 1 in a producing role, after "Bleeding Love" and "Havana," respectively.

Five No. 1s in 2019: Just over three months into 2019, five songs have ascended to No. 1 on the Hot 100 this year, as "Sucker" follows Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's "Shallow," Ariana Grande's "7 Rings," "Sunflower" and "Without Me." That's the quickest accumulation of five new No. 1s in a year since 1998, when that total was technically reached two days faster, on the chart dated March 14.

Since the Hot 100 adopted Nielsen data in late 1991, making for slower turnover atop the chart than before, 1992, 1998, 2000, 2006, 2012 and now 2019 have all seen the fifth new No. 1 of each year reach pole position on charts dated in mid-March.

Pop on top: Four pop songs have led the Hot 100 so far in 2019: "Sucker," "Shallow," "7 Rings" and "Without Me." Already, the total tops that of all of 2018, a year in which rap songs led for a record 34 consecutive weeks and when three pop songs reigned: Cabello's "Havana," Maroon 5's "Girls Like You," featuring Cardi B, and Grande's "Thank U, Next" (the only pop No. 1 of 2018 without a guest rapper).

Started from the top: "Sucker" is the 34th single to debut at No. 1 on the Hot 100. It's the second of 2019, after Grande's "Rings" (Feb. 2). Grande also logged the prior such bow, with "Thank U, Next" on Nov. 17, and Republic Records has released five of the last six songs to start at the summit; prior to Jonas Brothers and Grande's two No. 1 openers, Drake entered at No. 1 last year with "Nice for What" (in April) and "God's Plan" (February). (Childish Gambino's Grammy Award-winning "This Is America," released on RCA Records, debuted at No. 1 last May.)

Before "Sucker," only one song by a group in a lead role had ever roared in atop the Hot 100: Aerosmith's "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing," on Sept. 5, 1998. Like Jonas Brothers, Aerosmith waited a long time before finally having what it takes to elevate and walk all the way to No. 1: "Miss" became the band's first leading hit nearly 25 years after its first visit to the chart.

Elsewhere in the Hot 100's top 10...

Grande's "7 Rings" holds at No. 2 on the Hot 100 after spending its first five weeks at No. 1. It concurrently makes a record-setting rise to No. 1 on the Pop Songs airplay chart.

Cardi B and Bruno Mars surge from No. 14 to a new No. 3 Hot 100 high with "Please Me" (which debuted at No. 5 two weeks ago). Following the March 1 arrival of its official video, the collab surges 14-2 on Streaming Songs with an 86 percent gain to 45.3 million streams. (Note that while its sum is higher than Jonas Brothers' "Sucker," at 43.7 million, the latter ranks at No. 1 on Streaming Songs due to the application of weighting of paid subscription, ad-supported and programmed streams.)

"Please Me" rebounds 11-3 on Digital Song Sales (28,000 sold, up 71 percent) and charges 14-11 on Radio Songs (52.9 million impressions, up 11 percent). It also hits No. 1 for the first time on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs charts.

Post Malone and Swae Lee's "Sunflower" is stationary at No. 4 on the Hot 100 and Halsey's "Without Me" descends 3-5. The latter track tops Radio Songs for a second week (103 million, down 4 percent) and becomes Halsey's second No. 1 on the Adult Pop Songs airplay chart, after her featured turn on The Chainsmokers' "Closer" in 2016.

After translating its Academy Award win for best original song, and Gaga and Cooper's performance of the ballad at the Oscars (Feb. 24), to a No. 1 flight on last week's Hot 100, "Shallow" falls to No. 6. (The drop is the steepest from the summit since Zayn's "Pillowtalk" plummeted 1-7 in February 2016.) "Shallow" dips from No. 1 to No. 2 on Digital Song Sales (56,000, down 51 percent) and 9-14 on Streaming Songs (24.6 million, down 10 percent), while continuing to scale Radio Songs, where it rises from No. 27 to a new No. 22 high (43.4 million, up 24 percent, good for the Hot 100's top Airplay Gainer award).

Post Malone's "Wow." reaches a new Hot 100 peak, pushing 8-7; Marshmello and Bastille's No. 2-reaching "Happier" slips 6-8, while leading Hot Dance/Electronic Songs for a 25th week; and J. Cole's No. 4-peaking Hot 100 hit "Middle Child" descends 5-9.

Capping the Hot 100's top 10, Travis Scott's former No. 1 "Sicko Mode" holds at No. 10 as it spends its 31st week (encompassing its entire run on the chart) in the top 10, the most ever for a hip-hop hit. Only four songs overall have tallied more time in the top 10:

Most weeks in Hot 100's top 10
33, "Girls Like You," Maroon 5 feat. Cardi B, 2018-19
33, "Shape of You," Ed Sheeran, 2017
32, "Closer," The Chainsmokers feat. Halsey, 2016-17
32, "How Do I Live," LeAnn Rimes, 1997-98
31, "Sicko Mode," Travis Scott, 2018-19
31, "Uptown Funk!," Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars, 2014-15
30, "Smooth," Santana feat, Rob Thomas, 1999-2000
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wow love the super long and detailed article ^
not a fan of Jonas Brothers but good for them, anything pop at #1 is good news
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wow never expected the jobros to be a streaming power!
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