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Licensing was released on January 8 in Geffen / Interscope Records, and It debuted at # 1 January 23rd on the Hot 100, marking Rodrigo’s first leader. The song is from a singer, songwriter, and actress who broke through for her Disney Channel roles Bizardfark And Disney + High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, US streams totaled 21.5 million (down 4%) and sold 13,000 downloads (up 38%) in the week ending February 25, according to MRC data. It also attracted 67.3 million broadcast viewership impressions (up 13%) in the week ending February 28.
Track 2-8 bounces off Digital Song Sales Chart (three weeks later in # 1), winning Hot 100’s Top Sales Gainer; Pays 5-2 on Radio songs; And it slips 2-3 day Streamed songs (After four weeks in first place).
“License” also won the Airplay Gainer Top 100 in the Hot 100 for the sixth consecutive week, becoming the first song to connect such a line since Sia’s song “Cheap Thrills,” featuring Sean Paul, in June and July 2016.
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To help increase radio flow, “licensing” shifts from 2 to 1 on the Pop Airplay chart (which mirrors plays on a board of over 160 major 40 major stations). The song reaches the top in its seventh week, completing the fastest trip to the summit since Ed Sheeran’s single “Shape of You” (also seven weeks, in 2017).
With “Licensing” being Rodrigo’s first Airplay entry, it’s the first initial hit by an artist in a lead role to dominate the chart very quickly since the entertainment. The soloist’s first entry into a leading role in almost 18 years – since the movie 50 Cent in “In Da Club” (Seven, 2003). No woman with major billing has sent Pop Airplay’s first entry to # 1 as fast as Rodrigo in nearly 20 years – since Blu Cantrell’s “Hit ‘Em Up Style (Oops!)’ ‘(Seven, 2001).
Additionally, “License” is the seventh single that debuted at # 1 on the Hot 100 and spent at least the first seven weeks on top. He is the first to have the privilege of first No.1 artist as the only act to have received a bill.
Singles to spend their first seven weeks or more on the Hot 100 in # 1
16 weeks, “A Beautiful Day”, Mariah Carey and Boise II Maine, 1995-96
14 weeks, “Candle in the Wind 1997,” https://news.google.com/ “Something About the Way You Look Tonight”, Elton John, 1997-98
11 weeks, God’s Plan, Drake, 2018
11 weeks, “I’m going to miss you,” Puff Daddy & Faith Evans feat. 112, 1997
10 weeks, “Hey,” Adele, 2015-16
8 Weeks, Fantasy, Mariah Carey, 1995
7 weeks driver’s license Olivia Rodrigo, 2021
Cardi B’s “Up” jumps 5-2 on the Hot 100, returning to all-time highs where they debuted two weeks ago. They were 3-2 on streaming songs (24.3 million, up 8%), 5-4 on digital song sales (9,000, down 17%) and 41-33 on broadcast songs (22.8 million, up 20%).
Chris Brown and Young Thog’s “Go Crazy” rises 8-3 to hit a new Hot 100 high, surpassing its previous # 5 peak, after the February 19 release of a remix featuring Future, Lil Durk and Mulatto. The track adds a seventh week on top of its radio hits (77.6 million audiences, down 2%); Blow Up 50-12 on Streaming Songs (13.2 million, up 74%); It re-entered digital song sales at number 35 (3,000 sold, up 76%). (Future, Lil Durk, and Mulatto are not credited with the song on the Hot 100, as the remix did not attract the majority of its tracking week activity.)
Brown scored his highest rating in the Hot 100 in more than twelve years, since Forever reached number two for two weeks in the summer of 2008.
Meanwhile, “Go Crazy” scores a third week over the multimeter Hot R&B Songs Schedule.
Ariana Grande’s “34 + 35” drops to fourth on the Hot 100, a week after revisiting its # 2 top (when it was ignited The show premieres on February 12th The official video starring Grande, Dougga Cat and Megan Thai Stallion).
The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” slipped 4-5 on the Hot 100’s. The song spent four weeks in # 1 from April to May (eventually ending as the Hot 100’s. Best result of 2020The total 64th week is published on the chart. It adds the fifty-first week that extends to the record in the top ten and the forty-second week in the top five.
The Weeknd boasts consecutive hits in the Top 10 Hundred, with the song Save Your Tears at number 6, two weeks after it reached # 4 in the top.
24kGoldn’s “Mood,” featuring Iann Dior, retained its seventh place over the Hot 100, after eight non-consecutive weeks at number one in October through mid-January. Multi-scale rulers Hot rock and alternative songs And the Hot Alternative Songs Charts for the 26th week of each.
Lil Tjay’s movie “Calling My Phone,” featuring 6LACK, comes at number eight over the Hot 100, a week after its release at number three. It adds a second week on top of Streaming Songs (25.4 million, down 25%).
After the top 10 of the top 10 approached, Grande’s “positions” rose 10-9, after spending her first week on the chart at number one in November, and Dua Lipa’s song “Levitating” featuring DaBaby, slipped 9-10 After I hit No. 5.
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