"The Box," released on Bird Vision/Atlantic Records, adds a fifth week at No. 1 on the Streaming Songs chart, despite an 11% drop to 67 million U.S. streams in the week ending Jan. 30, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.
The track tumbles 8-16 on Digital Song Sales, down 14% to 11,000 sold in the week ending Jan. 30, but bounds 36-25 on Radio Songs, up 38% to 35.2 million all-format airplay audience impressions in the week ending Feb. 2, as it wins the top Airplay Gainer nod on the Hot 100 for a second consecutive week.
"The Box" concurrently crowns the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs charts, which employ the same multi-metric methodology as the Hot 100, for a fifth week each. The single is from Roddy Ricch's debut studio album, Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial, which adds a third nonconsecutive week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.
Future's "Life Is Good," featuring Drake, continues at No. 2 on the Hot 100, after it debuted in the runner-up spot two weeks ago. The collaboration also keeps at No. 2 on Streaming Songs (43 million, up 5%).
Post Malone's "Circles" rebounds 4-3 on the Hot 100, after three nonconsecutive weeks at No. 1.
Maroon 5's "Memories" rises 5-4 on the Hot 100, after reaching No. 2. The track ascends 2-1 on Radio Songs (102.6 million, up 4%), becoming the band's seventh leader, the most among groups since the list launched in 1990; Rihanna leads with 13 Radio Songs No. 1s, followed by Mariah Carey (11) and Bruno Mars (eight), while Katy Perry and Usher also boast seven apiece.
"Memories" concurrently crowns the Pop Songs radio airplay chart (3-1), where it's Maroon 5's record-tying 11th No. 1, matching the sums of Perry and Rihanna, dating to the survey's 1992 inception. (Maroon's Adam Levine has also achieved two Pop Songs No. 1s in featured solo roles: on Gym Class Heroes' "Stereo Hearts," in 2011, and R. City's "Locked Away," in 2015.)
The track additionally dominates the Adult Pop Songs airplay chart for a 10th week, marking Maroon 5's fourth No. 1 to lead for double-digit weeks (among the act's record 14 No. 1s). "Girls Like You," featuring Cardi B, reigned for 14 frames in 2018 and "She Will Be Loved" and "This Love" each ruled for 13 weeks in 2004. Only matchbox twenty also boasts four Adult Pop Songs No. 1s that have led for at least 10 weeks each (while frontman Rob Thomas has tallied two as a soloist).
As previously reported, when "Memories" rose to No. 2 on the Hot 100 dated Jan. 11, Maroon 5 became the second group ever with top-two hits in each of three decades (2000s, '10s and '20s), joining The Rolling Stones (1960s, '70s and '80s).
Lewis Capaldi's "Someone You Loved" climbs 8-5 on the Hot 100, after it spent three weeks at No. 1; Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber's No. 4-peaking "10,000 Hours" is steady at No. 6, as it tops the multi-metric Hot Country Songs chart for a 17th week; Tones and I's "Dance Monkey" holds at its No. 7 Hot 100 high; and Arizona Zervas' "Roxanne" rises 9-8, after reaching No. 4.
Dua Lipa's "Don't Start Now" soars 15-9 on the Hot 100. It pushes 8-7 on Radio Songs (67.6 million, up 12%) and 31-23 on Streaming Songs (14.3 million, up 6%); it dips 12-15 on Digital Song Sales, but with a 12% gain to 11,000 sold.
The English singer-songwriter scores her second Hot 100 top 10, after "New Rules" reached No. 6 in February 2018.
"Start" has hit the top 10 on multiple global charts and has topped Billboard's U.S.-based Dance Mix/Show Airplay and Dance Club Songs surveys.
Rounding out the Hot 100's top 10, Billie Eilish bounds 23-10 with "Everything I Wanted," which returns to the tier after it reached No. 8 on the chart dated Nov. 30 (its only other week in the region).
After its official proper video, which Eilish directed, premiered Jan. 23, the track surges 29-6 on Streaming Songs (21.3 million, up 48%, good for top Streaming Gainer honors on the Hot 100) and 20-10 on Digital Song Sales (15,000, up 105%). On Radio Songs, it rises 29-24 (35.6 million, up 17%).
Also aiding Eilish's profile, she won five Grammy Awards on Jan. 26, including for best new artist, album of the year, for When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, and record and song of the year, for "Bad Guy," becoming the first woman, and second artist ever, after Christopher Cross in 1981, to sweep the four major categories in the same night.
"Bad Guy," meanwhile, flies 41-17 on the Hot 100, after it topped the Aug. 24, 2019-dated chart. It vaults 22-3 on Digital Song Sales (20,000, up 185%, making it the top Sales Gainer on the Hot 100) and re-enters Streaming Songs at No. 18 (16.3 million, up 50%).
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