Women in Music 2016
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Hot 100 Chart Moves: Alisan Porter, Adam Wakefield & Hannah Huston of 'The Voice' Debut
Following the show's season 10 finale, the top three finishers bow. Plus, moves for Pitbull, Enrique Iglesias & Kiiara.
As previously reported, Drake dominates the Billboard Hot 100 (dated June 11) for a third nonconsecutive week with "One Dance," featuring WizKid and Kyla, which also takes over at No. 1 on the Radio Songs chart. Plus, Ariana Grande's "Dangerous Woman" returns to the Hot 100's top 10 at a new high of No. 8.
Below "Dance," Desiigner's former two-week No. 1 "Panda" holds at No. 2 and Justin Timberlake's "Can't Stop the Feeling!" spends a second week at No. 3 after debuting at No. 1. (Notably, "Feeling" flies to No. 3 in just its fourth week on the Pop Songs airplay chart, marking the fastest flight to the chart's top three in more than a decade, since Nelly's "Over and Over," featuring Tim McGraw, hit No. 1 in its fourth frame in November 2004.)
Who else are winners on the Hot 100 this week?
Pitbull feat. Enrique Iglesias, "Messin' Around"
The reworking of REO Speedwagon's No. 5-peaking 1981 Hot 100 classic "Take It on the Run" surges 95-66 after Pitbull and Iglesias performed it on the May 24 season finale of ABC's Dancing With the Stars. It jumps 40-33 on the Digital Songs sales chart with 33,000 downloads sold, up 30 percent, in the week ending May 26, according to Nielsen Music, and bounds by 19 percent to 1.9 million U.S. streams.
Adam Wakefield, "Lonesome Broken and Blue"
NBC's The Voice also wrapped its latest season May 24, and while Wakefield finished as the runner-up, he boasts the top debut on Hot 100, as "Lonesome Broken and Blue" begins at No. 73, his best placement on the chart. It enters Digital Songs at No. 12 with 57,000 sold. The single, which Wakefield wrote, also arrives as his highest-charting (No. 14) of nine entries on Hot Country Songs.
Hannah Huston, "Every Breath You Take"
Huston, who placed third on The Voice, makes her Hot 100 debut and brings an '80s standard to the chart for the first time since the original. Her version of The Police's "Every Breath You Take," which led the Hot 100 for eight weeks in 1983 (and went on to reign as the year-end 1983 Hot 100 No. 1), debuts at No. 94, as it starts on Digital Songs at No. 19 (46,000).
While "Breath" appears as a pure remake on the Hot 100 after 33 years, it, of course, ruled a second time via Puff Daddy and Faith Evans' reinvention (featuring 112) as "I'll Be Missing You," their Notorious B.I.G. tribute that crowned the Hot 100 for 11 weeks in 1997.
The electronic-pop singer-songwriter makes her Hot 100 arrival at No. 96 with "Gold," which topped the Billboard + Twitter Emerging Artists chart in early April. The song concurrently debuts on the Pop Songs airplay chart at No. 40.
Alisan Porter, "Down That Road"
After winning The Voice, Porter scores her first Hot 100 hit at No. 100. It opens on Digital Songs at No. 20 (43,000). Check out the second episode of Billboard's new Charts Center series for an exclusive performance of the song by the singer-actress, who famously first found the spotlight as the title character of the 1991 movie Curly Sue.