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Every Song From The Weeknd's 'After Hours' Is on the Hot 100

"Blinding Lights" leads the way, newly minted at No. 1.

With The Weeknd celebrating his fourth No. 1 on the Billboard 200 (dated April 4), as After Hours opens with 444,000 equivalent album units (the year's best weekly total), according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data, he sends all 14 songs from the set's original version onto the Billboard Hot 100.

"Blinding Lights" leads the pack, as it rises to No. 1 on the Hot 100, earning The Weeknd his fifth leader on the list.

Here's a look at all 14 of The Weeknd's songs on the Hot 100. All are debuts except where noted.

Rank, Title
No. 1, "Blinding Lights" (up from No. 2)
No. 4, "Heartless" (up from No. 16; led the Dec. 14, 2019-dated chart)
No. 16, "In Your Eyes"
No. 21, "Alone Again"
No. 22, "After Hours" (re-entry; peaked at No. 20)
No. 24, "Scared to Live" (notably, it interpolates Elton John's "Your Song," giving John his first Hot 100 writing credit since another song that did the same: Aloe Blacc's "The Man," which hit No. 8 in 2014)
No. 25, "Hardest to Love"
No. 28, "Too Late"
No. 32, "Snowchild"
No. 39, "Escape From LA"
No. 41, "Save Your Tears"
No. 45, "Faith"
No. 69, "Repeat After Me (Interlude)"
No. 80, "Until I Bleed Out"

As 10 of The Weeknd's songs land in the Hot 100's top 40, he becomes just the eighth artist to have charted that many titles in the region simultaneously, after Drake, Ariana Grande, J. Cole, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Wayne, Post Malone and Travis Scott. Drake holds the record for the most concurrent top 40 entries, with 21 on July 14, 2018 (when his album Scorpion launched atop the Billboard 200).

The Weeknd has now charted 14 songs on the Hot 100 in 2020 alone, the third-most this year, after Lil Uzi Vert's 34 and Lil Baby's 19.

Meanwhile, a new deluxe edition of After Hours arrived Monday (March 30), sporting three bonus cuts.

Elsewhere in chart action for The Weeknd, newest After Hours single "In Your Eyes" debuts on the Pop Songs airplay survey at No. 32.

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