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BILLBOARD HOT 100

Week ending May 8, 2021|Tracking periods: sales/streaming — 4/23–4/29, airplay — 4/26–5/2


TW LW PP WC Artist – Song

01 06 01 20 The Weeknd & Ariana Grande ‒ Save Your Tears (BIGGEST SALES/STREAMING GAIN)
02 02 01 08 Silk Sonic (Bruno Mars & Anderson .Paak) ‒ Leave The Door Open
03 03 01 06 Justin Bieber feat. Daniel Caesar & Giveon ‒ Peaches (BIGGEST AIRPLAY GAIN)
04 01 01 03 Polo G ‒ Rapstar
05 05 05 30 Dua Lipa feat. DaBaby ‒ Levitating
06 08 06 03 Doja Cat feat. SZA ‒ Kiss Me More
07 04 01 05 Lil Nas X ‒ Montero (Call Me By Your Name)
08 07 07 11 Masked Wolf ‒ Astronaut In The Ocean
09 09 01 12 Cardi B ‒ Up
10 10 01 16 Olivia Rodrigo ‒ Drivers License

11 13 01 73 The Weeknd ‒ Blinding Lights
12 11 08 04 Olivia Rodrigo ‒ Deja Vu
13 14 12 15 SpotemGottem feat. Pooh Shiesty Or DaBaby ‒ Beat Box
14 16 03 11 Lil Tjay feat. 6LACK ‒ Calling My Phone
15 32 15 21 Lil Baby ‒ On Me
16 15 14 16 Saweetie feat. Doja Cat ‒ Best Friend
17 20 17 11 Giveon ‒ Heartbreak Anniversary
18 22 18 08 Maroon 5 feat. Megan Thee Stallion ‒ Beautiful Mistakes
19 17 09 34 Pop Smoke ‒ What You Know Bout Love
20 19 01 38 24kGoldn feat. iann dior ‒ Mood

21 27 21 37 Machine Gun Kelly x blackbear ‒ My Ex's Best Friend
22 23 13 17 Pooh Shiesty feat. Lil Durk ‒ Back In Blood
23 31 23 21 The Kid LAROI ‒ Without You
24 21 19 18 Gabby Barrett ‒ The Good Ones
25 24 03 51 Chris Brown & Young Thug ‒ Go Crazy
26 25 17 36 Tate McRae ‒ You Broke Me First.
27 26 02 26 Ariana Grande ‒ 34+35
28 41 28 16 Eric Church ‒ Hell Of A View
29 35 02 27 Luke Combs ‒ Forever After All
30 28 01 08 Drake ‒ What's Next

31 53 31 12 Moneybagg Yo ‒ Time Today
32 30 02 25 Billie Eilish ‒ Therefore I Am
33 29 05 26 Bad Bunny & Jhay Cortez ‒ Dakiti
34 33 01 27 Ariana Grande ‒ Positions
35 ** 35 01 Moneybagg Yo ‒ Shottas (Lala) (HOT SHOT DEBUT)
36 12 12 02 Young Thug & Gunna feat. Drake ‒ Solid
37 37 35 10 Mooski ‒ Track Star
38 18 18 02 Young Thug & Gunna ‒ Ski
39 36 02 08 Drake feat. Lil Baby ‒ Wants And Needs
40 34 18 21 Yung Bleu feat. Drake ‒ You're Mines Still

41 38 38 11 Dua Lipa ‒ We're Good
42 39 39 15 Glass Animals ‒ Heat Waves

43 42 42 10 Jake Owen ‒ Made For You
44 44 09 18 SZA ‒ Good Days
45 40 06 43 Pop Smoke feat. Lil Baby & DaBaby ‒ For The Night
46 49 46 09 Sam Hunt ‒ Breaking Up Was Easy In The 90's
47 43 26 12 Coi Leray feat. Lil Durk ‒ No More Parties
48 47 47 15 Travis Scott & HVME ‒ Goosebumps
49 54 39 10 Kali Uchis ‒ Telepatia
50 48 11 06 Rod Wave ‒ Tombstone

51 51 16 16 Doja Cat ‒ Streets
52 96 52 02 Moneybagg Yo feat. BIG30 ‒ Go!
53 RE 49 03 Moneybagg Yo & Future ‒ Hard For The Next
54 ** 54 01 Moneybagg Yo ‒ If Pain Was A Person
55 52 29 19 Thomas Rhett ‒ What's Your Country Song
56 58 31 18 Parmalee x Blanco Brown ‒ Just The Way
57 56 20 08 Justin Bieber ‒ Hold On
58 65 58 07 Miranda Lambert ‒ Settling Down
59 ** 59 01 Moneybagg Yo ‒ Wockesha
60 ** 60 01 Gera MX + Christian Nodal ‒ Botella Tras Botella


61 60 01 20 Taylor Swift ‒ Willow
62 61 44 20 H.E.R. ‒ Damage
63 57 16 07 Rod Wave ‒ Street Runner
64 ** 64 01 H.E.R. feat. Chris Brown ‒ Come Through
65 50 50 15 Tenille Arts ‒ Somebody Like That
66 81 40 08 Ariana Grande ‒ pov
67 89 67 06 Nelly & Florida Georgia Line ‒ Lil Bit
68 74 68 07 Dierks Bentley ‒ Gone
69 86 69 09 Dylan Scott ‒ Nobody
70 73 70 05 Chris Young + Kane Brown ‒ Famous Friends

71 71 71 12 Morray ‒ Quicksand
72 70 52 16 Brett Young ‒ Lady
73 78 69 10 Tiesto ‒ The Business
74 64 53 14 Bad Bunny & Rosalia ‒ La Noche de Anoche
75 72 62 20 Keith Urban & P!nk ‒ One Too Many
76 62 22 05 Rod Wave feat. Polo G ‒ Richer
77 76 73 14 Jordan Davis ‒ Almost Maybes
78 84 78 04 Imagine Dragons ‒ Follow You
79 63 63 12 Dan + Shay ‒ Glad You Exist
80 ** 80 01 Moneybagg Yo feat. Polo G & Lil Durk ‒ Free Promo

81 88 75 14 Jazmine Sullivan ‒ Pick Up Your Feelings
82 ** 82 01 Moneybagg Yo ‒ Just Say Det
83 87 81 03 Kevin Gates ‒ Big Gangsta
84 69 36 18 Luke Bryan ‒ Down To One
85 67 42 06 Lil Tjay, Polo G & Fivio Foreign ‒ Headshot
86 83 69 07 Lil Durk ‒ Hellcats & Trackhawks
87 68 06 17 Justin Bieber ‒ Anyone
88 75 45 12 Ava Max ‒ My Head And My Heart
89 RE 89 02 Rascal Flatts ‒ How They Remember You
90 94 90 03 Duncan Laurence ‒ Arcade

91 79 79 03 Elle King & Miranda Lambert ‒ Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home)
92 80 55 14 DaBaby ‒ Masterpiece
93 82 45 17 Florida Georgia Line ‒ Long Live
94 91 91 02 Ryan Hurd & Maren Morris ‒ Chasing After You
95 97 31 13 Future & Lil Uzi Vert ‒ Drankin N Smokin
96 100 67 04 42 Dugg & Roddy Ricch ‒ 4 Da Gang
97 ** 97 01 Jason Aldean ‒ Blame It On You
98 92 09 16 Morgan Wallen ‒ Wasted On You
99 ** 99 01 AJR ‒ Way Less Sad
100 ** 100 01 Moneybagg Yo ‒ Clear Da Air


OUT 45 25 34 Chris Stapleton ‒ Starting Over
OUT 46 46 01 Young Thug & Gunna feat. Travis Scott ‒ Diamonds Dancing
OUT 55 28 20 Megan Thee Stallion feat. DaBaby ‒ Cry Baby
OUT 59 59 01 Young Thug feat. Lil Uzi Vert & Yung Kayo ‒ Proud Of You
OUT 66 66 01 Young Thug feat. Rowdy Rebel ‒ Came And Saw
OUT 77 77 01 Young Thug & Gunna feat. Lil Baby & YTB Trench ‒ Paid The Fine
OUT 85 59 15 Dustin Lynch ‒ Momma's House
OUT 90 30 03 Taylor Swift ‒ Mr. Perfectly Fine (Taylor's Version) (From The Vault)
OUT 93 50 03 Lil Tjay feat. Offset & Moneybagg Yo ‒ Run It Up
OUT 95 75 16 VEDO ‒ You Got It
OUT 98 55 17 All Time Low feat. Demi Lovato & blackbear ‒ Monsters
OUT 99 99 01 Young Thug & Gunna feat. Yak Gotti & Lil Duke ‒ Slatty

Bubbling Under

TW LW Artist – Song

01 04 AURORA – Runaway
02 01 Cole Swindell – Single Saturday Night
03 05 Blake Shelton – Minimum Wage
04 ** Cico P – Tampa
05 07 Los Legendarios, Wisin & Jhay Cortez – Fiel
06 06 Karol G & Mariah Angeliq – El Makinon
07 ** Justin Moore – We Didn't Have Much
08 ** Moneybagg Yo – Love It Here
09 ** Moneybagg Yo – Hate It Here
10 ** Moneybagg Yo feat. Tripstar – I Believe U
11 10 Thomas Rhett – Country Again
12 ** Moneybagg Yo & Jhene Aiko – One Of Dem Nights
13 ** Moneybagg Yo – Projects
14 09 Fredo Bang – Top
15 ** Billie Eilish – Your Power
16 11 Lainey Wilson – Things A Man Oughta Know
17 16 Chase Rice feat. Florida Georgia Line – Drinkin' Beer. Talkin' God. Amen.
18 21 Crowder – Good God Almighty
19 15 Carly Pearce – Next Girl
20 13 Regard x Troye Sivan x Tate McRae – You
21 14 MO3 X OG Bobby Billions – Outside
22 17 Ella Mai – Not Another Love Song
23 18 Phil Wickham – Battle Belongs
24 24 Elvie Shane – My Boy
25 ** Young Thug feat. DaBaby – Litty
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The Weeknd & Ariana Grande's 'Save Your Tears' Soars to No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100
By Gary Trust | 5/3/2021

The Weeknd and Ariana Grande's "Save Your Tears" bounds from No. 6 to No. 1 for its first week atop the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart. The track, originally released solely by The Weeknd on his 2020 album After Hours, reigns following the first week of tracking for its remix with Grande.

The song marks the sixth Hot 100 No. 1 each for The Weeknd and Grande (the latter of whom is credited on the track on the chart for the first time, as the new version drew the majority of the title's overall activity in the tracking week).

"Save Your Tears," released on XO/Republic Records, is the 1,123rd No. 1 in the Hot 100's 62-year history.

Streams, sales & airplay: Following the April 23 release of its remix with Grande, "Save Your Tears," all versions combined, drew 30.4 million U.S. streams (up 111%) and sold 18,000 downloads (up 265%) in the week ending April 29, according to MRC Data, as it wins the Hot 100's top Streaming and Sales Gainer awards. It also attracted 67.3 million radio airplay audience impressions (up 5%) in the week ending May 2.

The track blasts 19-1 on the Digital Song Sales chart and 17-2 on Streaming Songs and holds at No. 2 on Radio Songs. Grande adds her eighth Digital Song Sales No. 1 and The Weeknd scores his sixth.

The Weeknd's sixth Hot 100 No. 1: Here's a recap of The Weeknd's six Hot 100 No. 1s.
"Can't Feel My Face," three weeks at No. 1, beginning Aug. 22, 2015
"The Hills," six weeks, Oct. 3, 2015
"Starboy," feat. Daft Punk, one week, Jan. 7, 2017
"Heartless," one week, Dec. 14, 2019
"Blinding Lights," four weeks, April 4, 2020
"Save Your Tears," with Ariana Grande, one week (to-date), May 8, 2021

Albums with three No. 1s: With "Heartless," "Blinding Lights" and "Save Your Tears" all originally released on The Weeknd's album After Hours, the set is the first to spin off three Hot 100 No. 1s since Drake's Scorpion, which yielded the leaders "God's Plan," "Nice for What" and "In My Feelings" in 2018.

Released in March 2020, After Hours is the first album released in the '20s to generate a trio of Hot 100 leaders. Six albums released in the '10s each produced at least three, including Scorpion. Katy Perry's Teenage Dream, from 2010, became the first, reeling off a record-tying five in 2010-11: "California Gurls," featuring Snoop Dogg; the title track; "Firework"; "E.T.," featuring Kanye West; and "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)"

The other sets released in the '10s with three Hot 100 No. 1s each: Rihanna's Loud ("What's My Name?," featuring Drake, "Only Girl (In the World)" and "S&M," featuring Britney Spears, 2010-11); Adele's 21 ("Rolling in the Deep," "Someone Like You" and "Set Fire to the Rain," 2011-12); Taylor Swift's 1989 ("Shake It Off," "Blank Space" and "Bad Blood," featuring Kendrick Lamar, 2014-15); and Justin Bieber's Purpose ("What Do You Mean?," "Sorry" and "Love Yourself," 2015-16).

Of the seven albums above, After Hours is the fourth with three or more Hot 100 No. 1s thanks to a remix of a single adding another artist, joining Teenage Dream ("E.T."), Loud ("S&M") and 1989 ("Bad Blood"). 21, Purpose and Scorpion each generated three No. 1s credited only to Adele, Bieber and Drake, respectively.

Albums with three No. 1s in 3 distinct years: Much rarer, After Hours' three Hot 100 No. 1s have led in three distinct years: "Heartless" in 2019, "Blinding Lights" in 2020 and now "Save Your Tears" in 2021.

Only one other album has achieved the honor: Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814. When "Love Will Never Do (Without You)," the seventh single from Jackson's 1989 set, hit No. 1 on the Hot 100 dated Jan. 19, 1991, Paul Grein noted its historic nature in that issue's Chart Beat column: "It makes Rhythm Nation the first album to spawn No. 1 hits in three calendar years. 'Miss You Much' topped the chart in 1989 (and) 'Escapade' and 'Black Cat' scored in 1990."

Most No. 1s by Canadians: As The Weeknd adds his sixth Hot 100 No. 1, he moves closer to the record for the most among Canadians, whose leaderboard has been overhauled in recent years.

Here is an updated rundown of Canadian artists with the most Hot 100 No. 1s:
8, Drake
7, Justin Bieber
6, The Weeknd
4, Bryan Adams
4, Celine Dion
3, Nelly Furtado
2, Paul Anka

Drake, from Toronto, achieved his first Hot 100 No. 1 in 2010, while Bieber (London, Ontario) and The Weeknd (Toronto), whom Drake, of course, helped introduce, each led for the first time in 2015.

Ariana Grande's sixth Hot 100 No. 1: Like The Weeknd, Grande notches her sixth Hot 100 leader. Here's a recap.
"Thank U Next," seven weeks at No. 1, beginning Nov. 17, 2018
"7 Rings," eight weeks, Feb. 2, 2019
"Stuck With U," with Justin Bieber, one week, May 23, 2020
"Rain on Me," with Lady Gaga, one week, June 6, 2020
"Positions," one week, Nov. 7, 2020
"Save Your Tears," with The Weeknd, one week (to-date), May 8, 2021

(Notably, "Save Your Tears" is Grande's first Hot 100 No. 1 that didn't debut in the top spot. She is the only artist with as many as five No. 1 debuts on the chart, as well as the only act whose first five leaders entered at the summit, a streak that, thus, ends this week.)

Just duet: Grande's latest Hot 100 leader makes her own history, as she becomes the first woman with three No. 1 duets (counting songs by two soloists, both in lead roles, not known for regularly recording together). "Save Your Tears," with The Weeknd, follows "Rain on Me," with Lady Gaga, and "Stuck With U," with Justin Bieber.

Overall, Grande joins the elite company of a Beatle, as only one other act has led the Hot 100 with three co-billed duets with other soloists: Paul McCartney, with "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey," with Linda McCartney (1971); "Ebony and Ivory," with Stevie Wonder (1982); and "Say Say Say," with Michael Jackson (1983-84).

Plus, with Grande's three No. 1 duets reigning within a year's span (May 23, 2020-May 8, 2021), she rewrites the mark for the fastest accumulation of three such leaders.

Max-imum exposure: Max Martin co-wrote and co-produced "Save Your Tears" and the Swedish pop titan earns his 24th Hot 100 No. 1 as a writer and 22nd as a producer. Only McCartney (32) and John Lennon (26) have written more Hot 100 No. 1s, while Martin moves to within one of George Martin (23) for the most among producers.

Before "Tears," Max Martin last topped the Hot 100 as a writer and producer via The Weeknd's "Blinding Lights." He first led in both roles thanks to Britney Spears' "Baby One More Time" on the chart dated Jan. 30, 1999.

20 weeks to No. 1: "Save Your Tears" tops the Hot 100 in its 20th total week on the chart. It wraps the longest ascent to the summit since Harry Styles' "Watermelon Sugar" also hit No. 1 in its 20th frame last August.

"Tears" debuted at No. 41 on the Hot 100 dated April 4, 2020, the week that parent album After Hours opened at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. After a second week on the Hot 100 the following week, it didn't return until the list dated Jan. 9, 2021; its original version's official video premiered Jan. 5.

"Save" "your" "tears": Saving one more angle for last, "Save Your Tears" is the fourth Hot 100 No. 1 with the word "save" in its title, after The Drifters' "Save the Last Dance for Me" (1960), Jackson 5's "The Love You Save" (1970) and Vanessa Williams' "Save the Best for Last" (1992).

Three other No. 1s also include "tears" in their titles: ? (Question Mark) & the Mysterians' "96 Tears" (1966), Smokey Robinson & the Miracles' "The Tears of a Clown" (1970) and Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer's "No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)" (1979). (Honorary "shout"-out to Tears for Fears, who notched two No. 1s in 1985: "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" and "Shout." Meanwhile, Grande has a new highest-charting hit with "tears" in its title: her "No More Tears Left to Cry" reached No. 3 in 2018.)

As for Hot 100 No. 1s with "your" in their titles, "Save Your Tears" is the hefty 30th (counting two with "yourself"). The Platters' "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" became the first in 1959, while last month Lil Nas X led with "Montero (Call Me by Your Name)."

"Leave the Door Open" by Silk Sonic, the duo of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak, holds at No. 2 on the Hot 100, three weeks after reaching No. 1. It logs a third week at No. 1 on Radio Songs (77 million, up 8%), while leading Hot R&B Songs for a sixth week and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs for a second frame; both charts use the same methodology as the Hot 100.

Justin Bieber's "Peaches," featuring Daniel Caesar and Giveon, keeps at No. 3 on the Hot 100, five weeks after it debuted at No. 1. The song claims the Hot 100's top Airplay Gainer nod for a fifth consecutive week (up 21% to 61.5 million).

Polo G's "Rapstar" drops to No. 4 on the Hot 100 after arriving and spending its first two weeks on the chart at No. 1. It rules Streaming Songs (34.5 million, down 14%) and the multi-metric Hot Rap Songs ranking for a third week each.

Dua Lipa's "Levitating," featuring DaBaby, holds at its No. 5 Hot 100 high; Doja Cat's "Kiss Me More," featuring SZA, reaches a new best rank, rising 8-6; and Lil Nas X's "Montero" slides 4-7, four weeks after it launched at No. 1.

Rounding out the Hot 100's top 10, Masked Wolf's "Astronaut in the Ocean" slips to No. 8 from its No. 7 best; Cardi B's "Up" repeats at No. 9, five weeks after reaching No. 1; and Olivia Rodrigo's former eight-week No. 1 "Drivers License" idles at No. 10.
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