“Montero” released on March 26 at Columbia Records was the 1120th in the 62-year history of the Hot 100. This is the first single to appear on the first album and the first single of Lil Nas X.
According to MRC Data, in the week ending April 1, “Montero” attracted 46.9 million U.S. streams and sold 21,000 downloads. In the week ending April 4, it also attracted 1.1 million viewers’ impressions broadcast by radio stations.
This track ranked first on the Streaming Songs chart, which is the second leader of Lil Nas X. Previously, “Old Town Road”
Starting from April 13, 2019, Lil Nas X’s “Road to the Old Town” dominated the Hot 100 competition for 19 weeks. In the survey on August 3, 2019, it took a record 17th week to rank first, surpassing Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee in 16 weeks. One of 2017, in which Justin Bieber and Mariah Carey Boyz II Men’s “A Sweet Day”, 1995-96.
“Montero” is the fifth time Lil Nas X has entered the Top 100, all of which have entered the top 40. Between his two leaders, he became “Rodeo” (ranked 22nd in July 2019) with Cardi B/Nas; “Panini” (September 5, 2019); and “Holiday” (2020 No. 37 of November 2015).
“Montero” refers to Lil Nas X’s real name Montero Lamar Hill (and the second Hot 100 No. 1 in less than a year, shouting the name of the artist who recorded the record, second only to The Scotts’ “The Scotts” , Travis Scott and Kid Cudi. Lil Nas X in the announcement of “Montero” (the follow-up week is also due to the arrival of the #satanshoes series and accompanying The resulting legal proceedings have been strengthened), Lil Nas X wrote that the song “raised a question: Do you really love your neighbors enough to call them by your own name?”
Justin Bieber’s Daniel Caesar and Giveon sang “Peaches” after their debut on the Hot 100, dropping to second place every week. This song slipped from first place to second place in “Streaming Songs” (27.1 million, down 12%) and dropped from 3-7 (11,000, down 31%) in sales of digital songs, and Entered the 35th place on the radio song chart (23.2 million, an increase of 92%) because it won the Hot 100’s highest Airplay Gainer award.
“Peach” is ranked second on the multi-index Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot R&B Songs charts, and its ranking is the same as the top 100.
Bruno Mars and Anderson. Anderson Paak’s duo Silk Sonic’s “Keep the door open”, after hitting second place, ranked third in the Hot 100 competition, while Cardi B’s “Up” slipped two weeks later 2-4 ranked first. “Upward” ranked sixth on the multi-index hot rap song chart.
Olivia Rodrigo (Olivia Rodrigo)’s Hot 100 No. 1 “driver’s license” rose from 4th to 5th in the past eight weeks because it ranked fourth on the Radio Songs list (68.2 million, A drop of 3%).
Weeknd’s “Save Tears” fell back 5-6 on the Hot 100 after entering 4th place, while Dua Lipa’s DaBaby’s “Levitating” stayed at 7th after rising to 5th.
Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” dropped 6-8 on the Hot 100 after spending four weeks at No. 1 from April to May 2020. It became the top ten song, adding a record 56th week of the year in parentheses to the top 10.
This track is the fourth longest overall track in the history of Hot 100, and has created more history: it passed LMFAO’s “Party Rock Anthem” (held by Lauren Bennett and GoonRock), becoming the first hit song in Hot Maximum number of weeks spent on 100.
Billboard hottest 100 weeks:
87, “Radioactivity”, “Imagine Dragon”, No. 3 Peak, 2012-14
79, “Wind Sails”, AOLOLNATION, 14/17/2011
76, “I’m Yours”, Jason Mraz, No. 6, 2008-09
69, “Blinding Lights”, “Weekend”, No. 1 (four weeks), 2020-21
69, “How Do I Live”, LeAnn Rimes, No. 2, 1997-98
68, “Counting the Stars”, OneRepublic, No. 2, 2013-14
68, “Party Rock Anthem”, LMFAO feat. Lauren Bennett & GoonRock, No. 1 (six weeks), December 2011
Ian Dior’s 24kGoldn’s “emotion” ranked first for the first consecutive week from October to mid-January, and ranked 10th on the Hot 100 list. In week 31, it was also ahead of the multi-index hot rock and alternative songs and hot alternative songs charts.
Ranked in the top 10 of the Hot 100, Pop Smoke’s “What You Know Bout Love” dropped from its 9th peak to 10th.
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