Harry Styles ‘As It Was’ tops Billboard Hot 100 for 15th week – Billboard


Harry Stiles“As It Was” records the fifteenth week in first place on Billboard Hot 100 Song Chart. Only three songs led to a longer period during the survey 64 years of historywhile the song As It Was claims to be the longest reigning British artist, as well as an act without artists.

Styles also has the rare achievement of holding the number one spot on the Hot 100 while starring in a Best Picture at the box office, such as do not worry my love It was first shown as Best movie of the week locally.

while, Luke Combs He adds his second top 100 to the top ten list, as the country star “The Kind of Love We Make” jumps from 14th to 8th.

Hot 100 mixes all types of US broadcast (official audio and video), radio broadcast and sales data. All charts (dated October 1, 2022) will be updated on Billboard.com tomorrow (September 27). For all the chart news, you can follow @Billboard and @Billboardcharts on Twitter and Instagram.

“As It Was”, released on Erskine/Columbia Records, recorded 66 million radio viewer impressions (down 2%), 13.5 million broadcasts (down 6%) and 3,000 downloads (up 13%) from 16 to 12 September 22 is tracking week, according to Luminate.

Individual scores in the seventh week above Radio songs Schedule; Retreat 6-9 days streaming songs, after two weeks on top she started her debut week in April; Frequency 24-15 days digital song salesafter a week in the lead in May.

4th longest running No. 1 in the Hot 100, longest for a song without accompanying work

“As It Was” now only boasts the longest reign in Hot 100 history, dating back to its chart start on August 4, 1958. It’s the longest reigning since Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road,” which features Billy Ray Cyrus (also in Colombia), Record 19 weeks in 2019.

Most weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100:

  • 19, “Old Town Road”, Lil Nas X feat. Billy Ray Cyrus, starting April 13, 2019
  • 16, “Despacito,” Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber May 27, 2017
  • 16, “Beautiful Day”, Mariah Carey and Boys II Maine, December 2, 1995
  • 15 (So Far), “As It Was,” Harry Styles, Apr 16, 2022
  • 14, “Uptown Funk!,” Mark Ronson feat. Bruno March 17 January 2015
  • 14, “I Have a Feeling,” Black Eyed Peas, July 11, 2009
  • 14, “We Belong Together”, Mariah Carey, June 4, 2005
  • 14, “Candle in the Wind 1997″ / “Something About The Way It Looks Tonight, Elton John, Oct 11, 1997
  • 14, “Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix)”, Los Del Rio, August 3, 1996
  • 14, “I’ll Make Love to You,” Boyz II Men, August 27, 1994
  • 14, “I Will Always Love You,” Whitney Houston, November 28, 1992

Furthermore, As It Was was knocked out of the tie for the longest-dominated Hot 100 singles by artists with no accompanying work, as the above 14 Weeks leaders were surpassed by The Black Eyed Peas, Mariah Carey, Elton John and Los Del Rio, Boys II Maine and Whitney Houston.

100 Longest Songs by a British Artist

With Styles from Redditch, Worcestershire, England, As It Was beats the aforementioned Ronson and John songs for the longest-running Hot 100 rule for a British artist ever.

(In the list below, * denotes British artists in songs with multiple acts.)

Most weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 by British artists:

  • 15 (So Far), “As It Were,” Harry Styles, As of Apr 16, 2022
  • 14, “Uptown Funk!” , Mark Ronson *feat. Bruno March 17 January 2015
  • 14, “Candle in the Wind 1997″ / “Something About The Way It Looks Tonight, Elton John, Oct 11, 1997
  • 12, “Shape of You”, Ed Sheeran, January 28, 2017
  • 10, “Easy on Me”, Adele, October 30, 2021
  • 10, “One Dance”, Drake feat. WizKid & Kyla *, April 23, 2016
  • 10, “Hello”, Adele, November 14, 2015
  • 10, “We Found Love,” feat Rihanna. Calvin Harris*, November 12, 2011
  • 10, “Physical”, Olivia Newton-John, November 21, 1981
  • 9, “Hey Jude,” The Beatles, September 28, 1968

Most weeks ever in the top 100 and top three list

“As It Was” expands its record for the most weeks in the top two spots on the Hot 100, after hitting 24, out of a total of 25 weeks on the chart, in its first two weeks, starting April 16 Debut at No. 1 Through the latest poll dated October 1.

The song also extends its most weeks mark, 25, which has been in the top three on the Hot 100 in chart history.

“As It Was” is also the first song ever to spend the first 25 weeks on the Hot 100 and all in the top three.

#1 in the Hot 100 for 15 weeks over 25 weeks

As It Was Now topped the 15-week Hot 100 over 25 weeks, from its inception to the current chart. (In the other ten weeks on the list, it ranked second for nine weeks and number three in one frame.) The song spans the longest stretch of the chart-topping title in one release cycle. (Overall, Carol Mariah Carey’s 1994 “All I Want for Christmas Is You” holds the record for longest span from first song to last week at number one: two years and three weeks [Dec. 21, 2019-Jan. 8, 2022]).

On the radio songs chart, “As It Was” topped for seven weeks over a 20-week period, the second longest on the number one singles chart. The song “Blinding Lights” ruled the Weeknd for 26 weeks over a 28-week period (2020).

Styles #1 in music and movies

Meanwhile, Styles could celebrate winning Best Original Song and Starring in the US Best Movie while “As It Was” tops the Hot 100, do not worry my love It was first shown with A Weekend winner $19.2 million domestically in theaters. The film stars – in addition to Styles and others – Chris Pine, Florence Poe and Olivia Wilde, and it was directed and also co-produced.

Such dual dominance is rare, with patterns following notable examples such as Prince, who spanned five weeks in 1984 with “When Doves Cry” that coincided with the norm in theaters. purple rainand Eminem, whose film Lose Yourself dominated the Hot 100 for 12 weeks in 2002-2003, corresponding to his acting debut at the box office in Parents. 8 miles.

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Steve Lacy’s first Top 100 movie “Bad Habit” spends a fourth week at the top of #2, with 37.8 million audiences on air (10% increase), 19.6 million broadcasts (mainly up to weekly) and 2,000 sold ( 39%). The track bounces from second place for week five at number one on Streaming Songs; It becomes Radio Lacey’s first top 10 singles, up 13-8; It debuted at number 37 in digital song sales.

‘Bad habit’ drives the multimeter Hot rock and alternative songsAnd the hot rock songs And the hot alternative songs Charts for the fifth week of each and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs And the Hot R&B Songs The charts for the fourth frame of each, having become The first song to rule all five categories (Dated October 2012, when paintingThe genre-based main song charts have adopted the Hot 100 methodology).

Post Malone’s song “I Like You (A Happier Song)” featuring Doja Cat rises 5-3 to the Top 100 Hot. “Sunroof” by Nikki Yeore and Dazzy took fourth place; Nicki Minaj’s song “Super Freaky Girl” is down 3-5, after climbing to number one on the August 27 chart, topping the multi-meter ratings. hot rap songs Sixth week chart.

Morgan Wallen’s “You Proof” maintains its highest point at number six on the Hot 100, while leading the multimeter hot country songs Sixth week chart, OneRepublic’s “I’m Not Worry” soars 8-7 for a new top spot.

Luke Combs ranked second on his Top 10 Top 100 list, with “The Kind of Love We Make” viewership at 14-8 with 32.7 million live streams (5% increase), and 13.9 million streams (increase by 13%) and 3,000 sales (an increase of 8%).

Combs previously hit the Top 10 of the Top 100 with the song Forever After All, which was For the first time at its peak number 2 in November 2020 (highest entry ever for a primary male soloist in the country).

Two country songs in the top 10 hundred

Thanks to Wallen and Combs’ “You Proof” song “The Kind of Love We Make,” it topped the top 10 country hits in the top 10 together. The tracks take first place (for the sixth week, as noted above) and number two on Hot Country Songs (after four weeks on top), respectively.

Songs coalesce at number four like this in just over two years — after none have happened in more than 20 years, since May 13, 2000, when Faith Hill’s Breathe and Lonestar’s Amazed hit number 3 and 10 on the Hot 100, on the straight.

Here’s a summary of the five most recent instances of Hot Country Songs sharing the top 10 seconds of space in the Hot 100’s Top 10, with Wallen, Combs, and Gabby Barrett categorized into two sections each:

  • October 1, 2022: “You Proof,” Morgan Wallen (No. 6 on Hot 100), “The Kind of Love We Make,” Luke Combs (No. 8)
  • November 27, 2021: “All Too Well (Taylor version)”, Taylor Swift (No. 1), “Fancy Like”, Walker Hayes (No. 10)
  • November 7, 2020: “Forever After All”, Combs (No. 2), “I Hope”, Gabby Barrett feat. Charlie Puth (No. 6)
  • August 29, 2020: “7 Summers”, Wallen (No. 6), “I Hope” (No. 10)
  • May 13, 2000: “Breathe,” Faith Hill (No. 3), “Amazed,” Lonestar (No. 10)

Remarkably, unlike the last four bands as of this week, “Proof” and “Kind” both appear in the Hot 100’s Top 10 group list without the help of Pop/Adult Radio promotion. “All Too Well,” “Fancy Like,” and “I Hope,” as well as “Breathe” and “Amazed,” have attracted multi-format support for the broadcast. Wallen and Combs’ latest songs are greatly expanding the level thanks to broadcasting and the power of Country Radio, ranking 5th and 7th, respectively, on Streaming Songs and Nos.3 and 2, respectively, on the Country Airplay chart.

Finishing in the top 10 of the Hot 100, Lizzo’s “About Damn Time” drops from 7 to 9, two weeks after taking first place in late July, and a repeat of Future’s “Wait for U” featuring Drake and Tems at No. Tenth, after a week on top under her demarcation in May.

Once again, for all the chart news, you can follow @Billboard and @Billboardcharts on Twitter and Instagram and all charts (dated October 1), including the entire Hot 100, will be updated on Billboard.com tomorrow (Sept 27).

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