Chart Beat

Megan Thee Stallion's 'Don't Stop' Debuts at No. 1 on Billboard Triller Charts

Orin Fleurimont

Megan Thee Stallion

The song's No. 1 debut is concurrent with its No. 30 start on the Billboard Hot 100.

After three weeks at No. 1, Dixie D’Amelio’s “Be Happy” relents the top spot on Billboard’s Top Triller U.S. and Top Triller Global charts to Megan Thee Stallion’s “Don’t Stop,” featuring Young Thug, which debuts atop both lists dated Oct. 17.

The Top Triller U.S. and Top Triller Global charts highlight the biggest songs on Triller based on a formula blending the amount of views of videos containing a respective song, the level of engagement with those videos and the raw total of videos uploaded featuring each song, according to Triller. Data for the charts is represented on a Friday-Thursday tracking week, with the latest period running Oct. 2-8.

“Don’t Stop” was released Oct. 2 and a day later received its live debut on the Saturday Night Live season premiere on Oct. 3.

Despite Dixie D’Amelio’s fall from No. 1, a D’Amelio still has a hand in the chart’s No. 1 song: According to Triller, the top video made to “Don’t Stop” both in the U.S. and globally was via Dixie’s sister Charlie; the Oct. 2 clip boasts 5.7 million plays at press time.

“Don’t Stop” concurrently debuts at No. 30 on the Billboard Hot 100 dated Oct. 17, with 13.8 million U.S. streams and 5,000 downloads, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. Additionally, the song starts at No. 61 on the Global 200 with 18.6 million streams and 6,000 downloads globally.