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BILLBOARD HOT 100

Week ending January 23, 2021|Tracking periods: sales/streaming 1/81/14, airplay 1/111/17


TW LW PP WC Artist Song

01 ** 01 01 Olivia Rodrigo ‒ Drivers License (HOT SHOT DEBUT)
02 01 01 23 24kGoldn feat. iann dior ‒ Mood
03 02 01 12 Ariana Grande ‒ Positions
04 03 01 58 The Weeknd ‒ Blinding Lights
05 05 05 36 Chris Brown & Young Thug ‒ Go Crazy
06 07 06 15 Dua Lipa feat. DaBaby ‒ Levitating
07 04 03 17 Justin Bieber feat. Chance The Rapper ‒ Holy
08 09 08 28 AJR ‒ Bang!
09 ** 09 01 Morgan Wallen ‒ Wasted On You
10 23 10 03 SZA ‒ Good Days

11 13 08 11 Ariana Grande ‒ 34+35 (BIGGEST AIRPLAY GAIN)
12 18 12 13 Justin Bieber & benny blanco ‒ Lonely
13 08 02 22 Drake feat. Lil Durk ‒ Laugh Now Cry Later
14 10 03 55 Gabby Barrett feat. Charlie Puth ‒ I Hope
15 11 06 28 Pop Smoke feat. Lil Baby & DaBaby ‒ For The Night
16 27 15 29 Morgan Wallen ‒ More Than My Hometown (BIGGEST SALES GAIN)
17 14 02 10 Billie Eilish ‒ Therefore I Am
18 53 06 21 Morgan Wallen ‒ 7 Summers
19 12 06 22 Internet Money & Gunna feat. Don Toliver & NAV ‒ Lemonade
20 16 12 08 Megan Thee Stallion ‒ Body

21 46 21 05 The Weeknd ‒ Save Your Tears
22 06 06 02 Justin Bieber ‒ Anyone
23 17 05 11 Bad Bunny & Jhay Cortez ‒ Dakiti
24 19 19 15 Luke Combs ‒ Better Together
25 21 21 10 CJ ‒ Whoopty
26 81 25 05 Morgan Wallen ‒ Somebody's Problem (BIGGEST STREAMING GAIN)
27 20 20 19 Pop Smoke ‒ What You Know Bout Love
28 15 13 23 Ava Max ‒ Kings & Queens
29 22 01 05 Taylor Swift ‒ Willow
30 28 28 23 Dan + Shay ‒ I Should Probably Go To Bed

31 24 09 47 Lewis Capaldi ‒ Before You Go
32 ** 32 01 Morgan Wallen ‒ Sand In My Boots
33 40 33 21 Tate McRae ‒ You Broke Me First.
34 26 01 38 DaBaby feat. Roddy Ricch ‒ Rockstar
35 25 01 21 BTS ‒ Dynamite
36 29 29 04 Ed Sheeran ‒ Afterglow
37 38 30 06 Lil Baby ‒ On Me
38 30 25 20 Chris Stapleton ‒ Starting Over
39 ** 39 01 Saweetie feat. Doja Cat ‒ Best Friend
40 41 28 22 Machine Gun Kelly x blackbear ‒ My Ex's Best Friend

41 34 02 48 Jack Harlow feat. DaBaby, Tory Lanez & Lil Wayne ‒ Whats Poppin
42 ** 42 01 Morgan Wallen ‒ Warning
43 31 01 29 Jawsh 685 x Jason Derulo ‒ Savage Love (Laxed - Siren Beat)
44 48 44 15 Niko Moon ‒ Good Time
45 98 45 04 Morgan Wallen ‒ Still Goin Down
46 ** 46 01 Morgan Wallen ‒ 865
47 39 39 17 Sam Smith ‒ Diamonds
48 35 01 23 Cardi B feat. Megan Thee Stallion ‒ WAP
49 45 45 13 Kelsea Ballerini ‒ Hole In The Bottle
50 43 12 21 Maluma & The Weeknd ‒ Hawai

51 44 44 06 Megan Thee Stallion feat. DaBaby ‒ Cry Baby
52 RE 52 02 Morgan Wallen ‒ Cover Me Up
53 33 33 12 Lady A ‒ Champagne Night
54 56 52 06 Yung Bleu feat. Drake ‒ You're Mines Still
55 36 08 08 Shawn Mendes & Justin Bieber ‒ Monster
56 52 24 23 Jhene Aiko feat. H.E.R. ‒ B.S.
57 54 54 06 The Kid LAROI ‒ Without You
58 47 37 09 Lil Nas X ‒ Holiday
59 49 42 15 Chris Lane ‒ Big, Big Plans
60 50 31 19 Russell Dickerson ‒ Love You Like I Used To

61 59 53 03 Lil Durk & King Von ‒ Still Trappin'
62 ** 62 01 Morgan Wallen ‒ Dangerous
63 ** 63 01 Morgan Wallen ‒ Neon Eyes

64 66 64 05 H.E.R. ‒ Damage
65 55 10 15 21 Savage & Metro Boomin feat. Drake ‒ Mr. Right Now
66 ** 66 01 Morgan Wallen ‒ More Surprised Than Me
67 51 02 12 Luke Combs ‒ Forever After All
68 63 63 08 Saweetie feat. Jhene Aiko ‒ Back To The Streets
69 58 58 13 BRS Kash ‒ Throat Baby (Go Baby)
70 69 69 09 Kenny Chesney ‒ Happy Does

71 61 34 12 Jack Harlow ‒ Tyler Herro
72 57 57 06 Jason Derulo ‒ Take You Dancing
73 60 54 08 Miley Cyrus feat. Dua Lipa ‒ Prisoner
74 RE 74 02 Morgan Wallen ‒ Livin' The Dream
75 67 67 13 Ritt Momney ‒ Put Your Records On
76 68 68 04 Thomas Rhett ‒ What's Your Country Song
77 64 64 05 Darius Rucker ‒ Beers And Sunshine
78 93 78 02 Pooh Shiesty feat. Lil Durk ‒ Back In Blood
79 79 79 02 Florida Georgia Line ‒ Long Live
80 62 29 18 SZA feat. Ty Dolla $ign ‒ Hit Different

81 70 70 03 All Time Low feat. Demi Lovato & blackbear ‒ Monsters
82 72 72 03 Luke Bryan ‒ Down To One
83 ** 83 01 Morgan Wallen ‒ Whiskey'd My Way
84 ** 84 01 Morgan Wallen ‒ Your Bartender

85 65 65 12 Harry Styles ‒ Golden
86 ** 86 01 Morgan Wallen feat. Ben Burgess ‒ Outlaw
87 75 75 03 Parmalee x Blanco Brown ‒ Just The Way
88 73 73 07 Karol G ‒ Bichota
89 77 77 03 Gabby Barrett ‒ The Good Ones
90 ** 90 01 Morgan Wallen feat. Chris Stapleton ‒ Only Thing That's Gone

91 ** 91 01 Doja Cat ‒ Streets
92 ** 92 01 Morgan Wallen ‒ This Bar
93 ** 93 01 Morgan Wallen ‒ Wonderin' Bout The Wind

94 80 59 10 The Kid LAROI ‒ So Done
95 ** 95 01 Jazmine Sullivan ‒ Pick Up Your Feelings
96 78 74 04 Popp Hunna ‒ Adderall (Corvette Corvette)
97 ** 97 01 Jazmine Sullivan feat. H.E.R. ‒ Girl Like Me
98 71 14 20 Miley Cyrus ‒ Midnight Sky
99 82 82 03 DDG ‒ Moonwalking In Calabasas
100 ** 100 01 Erica Banks ‒ Buss It

OUT 32 32 22 Blake Shelton feat. Gwen Stefani ‒ Happy Anywhere
OUT 37 36 22 Parker McCollum ‒ Pretty Heart
OUT 42 01 39 Harry Styles ‒ Watermelon Sugar
OUT 74 62 03 Lil Durk ‒ Backdoor
OUT 76 55 18 Jon Pardi ‒ Ain't Always The Cowboy
OUT 83 74 04 Jack Harlow feat. Big Sean ‒ Way Out
OUT 84 73 03 Lil Durk, 6LACK & Young Thug ‒ Stay Down
OUT 85 29 17 Jameson Rodgers ‒ Some Girls
OUT 86 47 08 King Von ‒ Took Her To The O
OUT 87 87 01 Black Eyed Peas x Shakira ‒ Girl Like Me
OUT 88 88 01 Dustin Lynch ‒ Momma's House
OUT 89 62 05 Keith Urban & P!nk ‒ One Too Many
OUT 90 50 15 YoungBoy Never Broke Again ‒ Kacey Talk
OUT 91 18 11 Shawn Mendes ‒ Wonder
OUT 92 53 03 Bad Bunny & ROSALIA ‒ La Noche de Anoche
OUT 94 94 01 Eric Church ‒ Hell Of A View
OUT 95 95 01 Jordan Davis ‒ Almost Maybes
OUT 96 48 12 Matt Stell ‒ Everywhere But On
OUT 97 97 01 Brett Young ‒ Lady
OUT 99 89 02 The Kid LAROI & Juice WRLD ‒ Reminds Me Of You
OUT 100 100 01 Glass Animals ‒ Heat Waves

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TW LW Artist Song

01 ** Morgan Wallen ‒ Silverado For Sale
02 ** Morgan Wallen ‒ Me On Whiskey
03 ** Morgan Wallen ‒ Beer Don't
04 ** Taylor Swift ‒ It's Time To Go
05 ** Morgan Wallen ‒ Rednecks, Red Letters, Red Dirt
06 ** Morgan Wallen ‒ Blame It On Me
07 ** Jazmine Sullivan feat. Ari Lennox ‒ On It
08 01 Tenille Arts ‒ Somebody Like That
09 ** Morgan Wallen ‒ Country A$$ Shit
10 03 Ella Mai ‒ Not Another Love Song
11 ** SpotemGottem ‒ Beat Box
12 ** Taylor Swift ‒ Right Where You Left Me
13 ** Morgan Wallen ‒ Quittin' Time
14 05 Elevation Worship feat. Brandon Lake ‒ Graves Into Gardens
15 ** Morgan Wallen ‒ Somethin' Country
16 02 Pop Smoke feat. A Boogie Wit da Hoodie ‒ Hello
17 07 Manuel Turizo, Myke Towers & Rauw Alejandro ‒ La Nota
18 ** Russ feat. Lil Baby ‒ Ugly
19 04 DJ Nelson Presenta Jay Wheeler & Myke Towers ‒ La Curiosidad
20 12 Toosii & Summer Walker ‒ Love Cycle
21 10 Brent Faiyaz ‒ Dead Man Walking
22 09 Giveon ‒ Like I Want You
23 ** Morgan Wallen ‒ Whatcha Think Of Country Now
24 06 Ashnikko ‒ Daisy
25 11 Dierks Bentley ‒ Gone
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Olivia Rodrigo's 'Drivers License' Debuts at No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100
By Gary Trust | 1/19/2021

Olivia Rodrigo's "Drivers License" debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, peeling in as the most-streamed and top-selling song of the week.

The single, released Jan. 8, marks the 17-year-old's first Hot 100 No. 1, following its first week of availability. The singer-songwriter and actress initially broke through with roles on Disney Channel's Bizaardvark in 2016 and Disney+'s High School Musical: The Musical: The Series in 2019. Her background helped spark the high profile of "Drivers License," which has also been buoyed by scrutiny about its lyrics, the song's TikTok presence and a co-sign from Taylor Swift, among others.

"Drivers License," released on Geffen/Interscope Records, is the 1,116th No. 1 in the Hot 100's 62-year history. It's the 48th single to debut on top, and the first of 2021.

Here's a deeper look at Rodrigo's first road trip to No. 1 on the Hot 100, among other achievements.

Streams, sales & airplay: "Drivers License" drew 76.1 million U.S. streams and sold 38,000 downloads in the week ending Jan. 14, according to MRC Data. It also earned 8.1 million radio airplay audience impressions in the week ending Jan. 17.

The track debuts at No. 1 on both the all-genre Streaming Songs and Digital Song Sales charts, marking Rodrigo's first leader on each list, while entering the Pop Airplay (No. 31) and Adult Pop Airplay (No. 37) radio rankings.

Record streams for a first promoted single: The 76.1 million opening-week U.S. streams for "Drivers License" mark a new weekly best for a female artist's first single properly promoted to radio, streaming services and other platforms.

The sum is the best for any song in its first week of release since Cardi B's "WAP," featuring Megan Thee Stallion, soared in with 93 million U.S. streams in the week ending Aug. 13, 2020 (and atop the Hot 100 dated Aug. 22), the most for any track ever in its first week of availability.

though it's Rodrigo's 2nd Hot 100 hit: Before "Drivers License," Rodrigo charted one Hot 100 entry: "All I Want" (her metaphorical chart learner's permit) spent two weeks on the tally, peaking at No. 90, where it debuted, in January 2020. "Want" is from High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (Music From the Disney+ Original Series); "Drivers License" is so far a stand-alone single, with Rodrigo's debut EP expected this year.

Of the 48 singles to debut at No. 1 on the Hot 100, most have been, unsurprisingly, by established acts. Just seven have belonged to rising artists with less or comparable chart history at the time of their entrances than Rodrigo. Lauryn Hill launched with "Doo Wop (That Thing)" in 1998, marking her first solo Hot 100 entry, after the Fugees had made three appearances in 1994-97 with her as a member. Clay Aiken (2003), Fantasia (2004) and Carrie Underwood (2005) all premiered at No. 1 with their first solo Hot 100 hits, their respective American Idol coronation singles "This Is the Night," "I Believe" and "Inside Your Heaven." In 2006, Taylor Hicks' "Do I Make You Proud" opened at No. 1 after he won that season of Idol, although he charted one No. 69-peaking entry three weeks earlier.

Since then, Baauer's "Harlem Shake" started atop the Hot 100 in 2013, concurrent with a methodology change that added YouTube data to the chart's formula, while Zayn's first solo entry after he departed One Direction, "Pillowtalk," soared in at No. 1 in 2016.

Four just before '04: The California-born Rodrigo is the most-recently-born artist to top the Hot 100. Born Feb. 20, 2003 (fun fact: she shares her birthday with Rihanna), Rodrigo takes the title from Jawsh 685, who was born Nov. 5, 2002, and led the list dated Oct. 17, 2020, with "Savage Love (Laxed Siren Beat)," with Jason Derulo and BTS.

At 17 years and 11 months old, Rodrigo is the youngest artist at the time of topping the Hot 100 since Billie Eilish, who was 17 years, eight months and one week old when she led with "Bad Guy" in August 2019.

Four artists born in the 2000s have now ruled the Hot 100, one each born in 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003: Rodrigo, Jawsh 685, Eilish (born Dec. 18, 2001) and 24kGoldn (born Nov. 13, 2000), whose "Mood," featuring Iann Dior, drops to No. 2 after eight weeks at No. 1.

Geffen, Interscope in charge: The Geffen label ranks atop the Hot 100 for the first time since Nelly Furtado's "Say It Right" led the list dated Feb. 24, 2007. Before that, Furtado and Geffen spent six weeks at No. 1 in 2006 with "Promiscuous," featuring Timbaland.

Interscope scores its first Hot 100 No. 1 of 2021, after two, logged back-to-back, in 2020: Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande's "Rain on Me" (last June 6) and DaBaby's "Rockstar" (featuring Roddy Ricch), which began a seven-week reign the following frame (June 13).

Car tunes: Perhaps surprisingly, given the role of wheels as a motif in hit music dating to rock's early days, Rodrigo parks any version of the word "drive" in the Hot 100's top spot for the first time. Three other songs with "drive" in their titles have hit the top 10 (two by acts named for forms of transportation): The Cars' "Drive" (No. 3, 1984), Incubus' "Drive" (No. 9, 2001) and Train's "Drive By" (No. 10). One prior Hot 100 hit includes "driver's" in its title: "Driver's Seat," by Sniff 'n' the Tears (No. 15, 1979).

"License" has appeared in one prior Hot 100 song title (although via the word's British English spelling): Billy Ocean's "Licence to Chill" (No. 32, 1989). (A year earlier, Ocean topped the Hot 100 with his own hit about driving: "Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car.")

Morgan Wallen, SZA Hit Hot 100's Top 10, Chris Brown & Young Thug Rule Radio Songs
By Gary Trust | 1/19/2021

As previously reported, Olivia Rodrigo's "Drivers License" revs in at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, launching as the week's most-streamed and top-selling song.

Meanwhile, two other songs appear in the Hot 100's top 10 for the first time: Morgan Wallen's "Wasted on You" soars in at No. 9 and SZA's "Good Days" vaults from No. 23 to No. 10.

Plus, Chris Brown and Young Thug's "Go Crazy" holds at its No. 5 Hot 100 high as it becomes the most-heard song on U.S. airwaves, hitting No. 1 on the Radio Songs chart.

Wallen's "Wasted on You" opens with 17.9 million U.S. streams and 10,000 downloads sold in the week ending Jan. 14, according to MRC Data. The song, which debuts at No. 3 on the Streaming Songs chart and No. 7 on Digital Song Sales, is from the singer-songwriter's 30-song LP Dangerous: The Double Album, which bounds in at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 265,000 equivalent album units, as it logs the best streaming week ever for a country album.

Wallen adds his second Hot 100 top 10, after fellow Dangerous track "7 Summers" debuted at its No. 6 peak last August.

SZA's "Good Days" jumps 23-10 on the Hot 100 with 20.1 million streams (up 31%), 2.1 million radio airplay audience impressions (up 217%) and 3,000 sold (up 47%). It pushes 3-2 on Streaming Songs and re-enters Digital Song Sales at a new No. 38 high.

The song, released Christmas Day, marks SZA's third Hot 100 top 10 and first on her own. She initially reached the region as featured on Maroon 5's "What Lovers Do," which hit No. 9 in November 2017. "All the Stars," with Kendrick Lamar, rose to No. 7 in March 2018.

Below Rodrigo's "Drivers License" in the Hot 100's top five, 24kGoldn's "Mood," featuring Iann Dior, dips to No. 2, after eight weeks at No. 1. It tops the multi-metric Hot Rock & Alternative Songs and Hot Alternative Songs charts for a 20th week each and Hot Rap Songs for a 14th frame, with all three charts using the same methodology as the Hot 100.

Ariana Grande's "Positions" backtracks 2-3 on the Hot 100. It led the Nov. 7-dated chart upon its debut.

The Weeknd's "Blinding Lights" descends 3-4 on the Hot 100. The song spent four weeks at No. 1 (eventually ranking as the Hot 100's top hit of all of 2020) and logs its 58th total week on the chart. It adds a record-extending 45th week in the top 10 and record-furthering 36th week in the top five. The track also claims an eighth week at No. 1 on the multi-metric Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart and a record-padding 42nd frame atop Hot R&B Songs.

Chris Brown and Young Thug's "Go Crazy" keeps at its No. 5 high on Hot 100 as it hits No. 1 on Radio Songs (2-1; 80.2 million in audience, up 1%).

The collab completes the second-longest climb to No. 1 in the Radio Songs chart's 30-year history; three of the nine songs to take the longest trips to the top have led since last year:

35 weeks, "I Hope," Gabby Barrett feat. Charlie Puth, 2020
32 weeks, "Go Crazy," Chris Brown & Young Thug, 2020-21
27 weeks, "Kryptonite," 3 Doors Down, 2000
26 weeks, "Need You Now," Lady A, 2009-10
24 weeks, "Breathe Again," Toni Braxton, 1993-94
23 weeks, "Before You Go," Lewis Capaldi, 2020
23 weeks, "Hanging by a Moment," Lifehouse, 2001
23 weeks, "Slide," Goo Goo Dolls, 1998-99
23 weeks, "Semi-Charmed Life," Third Eye Blind, 1997

"Go Crazy" crowns Radio Songs after it led Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay for six weeks beginning in July 2020; it holds at No. 2 on the latter list this week and has ranked in the top five for 31 consecutive weeks. It topped Rhythmic Airplay for a week in August and spent three frames atop Adult R&B Airplay (through last week). The song continues its Pop Airplay crossover, rising 8-7 this week.

Brown adds his fourth Radio Songs No. 1 and first in over a dozen years, since "Forever" led for three weeks in September 2008 and "With You" reigned for six weeks beginning that March. Before that, his debut single "Run It!" ruled for seven weeks beginning in November 2005.

Brown sets two Radio Songs records in his return to No. 1: He ends the longest gap between time on top (12 years and four months, from "Forever" through "Go Crazy") and now boasts the longest span of leading the list (15 years, two months and one week, from "Run It!" through "Go Crazy").

Brown claims the mark for the longest break between Radio Songs No. 1s from Christina Aguilera, who waited 10 years, two months and three weeks between "Lady Marmalade," with Lil' Kim, Mya and P!nk, in 2001, and her featured role on Maroon 5's "Moves Like Jagger" in 2011. He passes Mariah Carey by one week for the longest span of leaders; Carey's stretch of No. 1s covers 15 years and two months, from "Love Takes Time" in 1990 through "Don't Forget About Us" in 2006.

Young Thug notches his second Radio Songs No. 1 and first in a lead role, following his featured turn on Camila Cabello's "Havana" (four weeks, 2017-18).

Elsewhere in the Hot 100's top 10, Dua Lipa's "Levitating," featuring DaBaby, ascends 7-6 for a new high; Justin Bieber's "Holy," featuring Chance the Rapper, falls 4-7, after it debuted at its No. 3 peak in October; and AJR's "Bang!" rises 9-8, a week after becoming the brother trio's first top 10.
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