“For The Damaged Coda” has also become a hit on Billboard’s Hot Rock Songs chart since the episode aired, debuting at No. 19 on the chart dated Sept. 30 and reaching No. 15 the following week (chart dated Oct. 7). The song became Blonde Redhead’s first hit on the Hot Rock Songs chart.
Meanwhile, six songs from the second season of Insecure debut on the chart, with Frank Ocean’s solo recording of “Biking” leading the way at No. 2. The track, which was originally recorded with JAY-Z and Tyler, the Creator, appeared in Insecure’s eighth episode “Hella Perspective” on Oct. 9.
The song earns its debut on the strength of 27,000 Shazam tags, 4,000 downloads sold and 5.9 million U.S. streams in September. Ocean released the solo version of “Biking” as a non-album single on May 15.
Insecure has been thriving on the chart since during the show's second-season run. On last month's August chart, five songs from the show debuted, while three songs from the show appeared on the July chart.
Finally, Dean Lewis’ “Waves” debuts at No. 3, thanks to its appearance in HBO’s Suits on Sept. 13. The track helped Lewis earn his first-ever appearance on Billboard’s charts, as the song debuted at No. 47 on the Hot Rock Songs chart (dated Oct. 7).
The song tallied 30,000 Shazam tags, 6,000 downloads sold and 2.1 million U.S. streams in September.
Here’s the full Top TV Songs chart for September:
Rank, Title, Artist, TV Show (Network)
1. “For the Damaged Coda,” Blonde Redhead, Rick and Morty (Cartoon Network)
2. “Biking,” Frank Ocean, Insecure (HBO)
3. “Waves,” Dean Lewis, Suits (USA)
4. “Quicksand,” SZA, Insecure (HBO)
5. “One I Want,” Majid Jordan featuring PARTYNEXTDOOR, Ballers (HBO)
6. “Boredom,” Tyler, The Creator featuring Rex Orange County, Insecure (HBO)
7. “Make It,” Pyrex, Ballers (HBO)
8. “Frontline,” Kelela, Insecure (HBO)
9. “Blessed,” Daniel Caesar, Insecure (HBO)
10. “Big Fish,” Vince Staples, Insecure (HBO)