For the fifth week in a row, there is a new No. 1 hit in America, with one of two credited artists on the track earning its first leader on the nation’s most competitive roster. Further down the leaderboard, several other new cups waste no time making their way to the chart, one of them earning a specific and enjoyable place in the history books by appearing on the tally would not be. what for an image.
Here’s a look at five of the biggest moves on this week’s Hot 100 Singles Chart.
N ° 1 – Silk Sonic (Bruno Mars & Anderson .Paak) – “Leave the door open”
A month after the start of the Hot 100, “Leave The Door Open” by Silk Sonic (the new duo composed of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak) finally climbed to number one. From his debut in the top 10 five weeks. A few years ago the trail tried to take over the list, Mars and .Paak went out of their way to make it a rule. Now he has become the first champion for .Paak and the eighth for March.
N ° 50 – Lil Tjay – “Run It Up (ft. Offset & Moneybagg Yo)”
Like his new album Destiny 2 Victory debuting at # 5 on the Billboard 200, matching his career high on the chart, Lil Tjay scores the second-highest start on the Hot 100 as well as with the new ‘Run It Up’ focus track, which awards both Offset and Moneybagg Yo as featured artists.
“Run It Up” is the third song by Destiny 2 Victory to hit the Hot 100. It’s Tjay’s ninth placement on the count, Yo’s tenth, and Offset’s twenty-first (not counting the material he released with his band Migos).
# 61 – Demi Lovato – “I met him last night (ft. Ariana Grande)”
Demi Lovato nearly scored another No.1 album on the Billboard 200 this image with her latest release Dancing with the devil … the art of starting over, which starts at # 2, losing less than 1,000 units. The new single from the ensemble “Met Him Last Night”, a duet with Ariana Grande, debuts at No. 61 on the Hot 100, once again bringing both acts back on the clock.
“Met Him Last Night” is Lovato’s thirty-fifth Hot 100 victory, while Grande has now appeared on the list with 69 titles.
N ° 81 – BTS – “Film Out”
With their latest single, BTS has now hit the Hot 100 in Korean, English and Japanese. “Film Out,” the first single from the group’s upcoming Japanese compilation of their greatest hits in that language, comes in at # 81 on the charts, giving the septet its first placement in that language. K-pop favorites made it to the list with 20 different songs.
No.90 – Taylor Swift – “Mr. Perfectly Perfect (Taylor’s version) (from The Vault) ”
A frame ahead of what is sure to be almost total domination with the tracks featured on his new album Without fear (Taylor version), the last shared promotional discount in the set ahead of its release opens pretty low on the Hot 100, though it will likely increase next week. “Mr. Perfectly Fine” debuts at # 90, further strengthening Swift’s lead among all the most successful female musicians, as she has now sent 131 tracks to the roster.