Naughty Boy's 'Runnin' (Lose It All)' With Beyonce Tops TV Commercials Chart for September

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Naughty Boy performs on Day 2 at the Sziget Festival 2016 on Aug. 11, 2016 in Budapest, Hungary.

Plus, Meghan Trainor and Queen debut with former Billboard Hot 100 hits.

Naughty Boy’s “Runnin’ (Lose It All),” featuring Beyoncé and Arrow Benjamin, tops Billboard & Clio’s Top TV Commercials chart, powered by Shazam, for September, thanks to the song’s appearance in Chanel’s “Film” ad.

Using tagging data from Shazam, as well as sales and streaming information tracked by Nielsen Music, Billboard partners with Clio Music each month to present a chart ranking the top songs in commercials. Rankings exclude any song that has recently charted within the top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 or top 10 on a genre chart.

“Runnin’,” which debuted and peaked at No. 90 on the Billboard Hot 100 in December 2015, leads all songs with 70,000 Shazam tags, 6,000 downloads sold and 2 million U.S. streams during the month of September, according to Nielsen Music.

The song is the first No. 1 on the chart for Naughty Boy, Beyonce, and Arrow Benjamin. Beyonce’s previous peak on the chart was at No. 2 on the April 2017-dated list, with “Freedom,” featuring Kendrick Lamar, which appeared in Apple Watch’s “Live Bright” commercial.

Elsewhere on the Top TV Commercials chart, Meghan Trainor’s “Me Too” debuts at No. 8 after appearing in PetSmart’s “Runway” ad.

The song peaked at No. 13 on the Hot 100 in August 2016 and No. 4 on the Digital Song Sales chart, and was the second single from Trainor’s sophomore studio album Thank You.

The track logged 4,000 Shazam tags, 11,000 downloads sold and 9 million U.S. streams in September.

Finally, Queen enters the Top TV Commercials chart at No. 11 with the decades-old hit “Don’t Stop Me Now.” The song opens at No. 11 after its appearance in Toyota Camry’s “Thrill” commercial. The song peaked at No. 86 on the Hot 100 in 1979.

The song earned 7,000 Shazam tags, 9,000 downloads sold and 7 million U.S. streams in September.


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