Billie Eilish Nabs First Hot Rock & Alternative Songs No. 1 With 'My Future'

Billie Eilish
Kenneth Cappello

Billie Eilish

It also crowns Hot Alternative Songs and more.

Billie Eilish's "My Future" becomes her first No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Rock & Alternative Songs chart, vaulting 18-1 on the ranking dated Aug. 15.

In its first full tracking week running July 31-Aug. 6, following its July 30 release, the song earned 20.9 million U.S. streams and sold 15,000 downloads, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. It drew 1.3 million streams and sold 3,000 in the week ending July 30.

Additionally, the track racked up 7.4 million all-format audience impressions on radio in the week ending Aug. 9.

"My Future" is Eilish's first No. 1 on Hot Rock & Alternative Songs following the chart's recent revamp to better reflect the scope of alternative titles. Previously, she hit a No. 2 high with "Everything I Wanted."

The new track also tops Hot Alternative Songs, which was concurrently created as a companion to Hot Rock & Alternative Songs. It's likewise Eilish's first leader on the list; "Everything I Wanted" also peaked at No. 2.

The single bows at No. 1 on Alternative Streaming Songs, another chart created to accompany Hot Rock & Alternative Songs. "Everything I Wanted," Eilish's previous best, peaked at No. 4.

On Alternative Digital Song Sales, "My Future" becomes Eilish's fifth No. 1 and first since "No Time to Die" in February. She ties for the second-most leaders in the chart's decade-long history, alongside Twenty One PilotsImagine Dragons leads all acts with six No. 1s.

"My Future" continues its ascent on Alternative Airplay, climbing 37-35. On the Pop Songs airplay list, it rises 33-30.

The song is the all-genre, multi-metric Billboard Hot 100's top debut, bowing at No. 6, her top start, surpassing the No. 7 entrance of eventual No. 1 "Bad Guy" last year.

"My Future" also starts at No. 3 on Streaming Songs and leaps 50-3 on Digital Song Sales.

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