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The Kid LAROI & Miley Cyrus' 'Without You' Crowns Hot Rock & Alternative Songs Chart

The Kid LAROI
Steve Cannon

The Kid LAROI

The song is the first leader on the list for each artist.

The Kid LAROI and Miley Cyrus' "Without You" leaps from No. 3 to No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Rock & Alternative Songs chart dated May 15, following the April 30 release of its remix adding Cyrus.

The song reigns with 15.1 million U.S. streams in the April 30-May 6 tracking week, according to MRC Data, a boost of 87%. Additionally, it surged to 9,000 sold, up 254%.

In the radio tracking week of May 3-9, the song drew 43.5 million audience impressions, a 9% jump.

The Kid LAROI, age 17, achieves his first Hot Rock & Alternative Songs No. 1 in his first visit to the chart. It's also Cyrus' first ruler and second top 10, after "Plastic Hearts" hit No. 8 in December, the same week that her parent album of the same name began a six-week command on Top Rock Albums.

Concurrently, "Without You" rises 3-1 on the Hot Alternative Songs chart. As previously reported, it leaps 23-8 on the all-format Billboard Hot 100, becoming The Kid LAROI's second top 10 and Cyrus' 10th. She scores her best Hot 100 rank since 2013, when "Wrecking Ball" led the list.

"Without You" continues its run on multiple radio charts, pushing 6-4 on Pop Airplay and 18-14 on Adult Pop Airplay. It holds at No. 7 on Alternative Airplay after reaching No. 6 in March.

The song (in its original version) is from The Kid LAROI's F*ck Love, which reached No. 3 on the Billboard 200 in November 2020, after the track was added to its deluxe edition. The set has earned 947,000 equivalent album units to date.

"Without You" is just the second song to crown Hot Rock & Alternative Songs in 2021, after 24kGoldn's "Mood," featuring Iann Dior, dominated for 35 nonconsecutive weeks total. Since it first topped the Sept. 5, 2020, ranking, "Mood" had previously fallen from No. 1 only once, when Taylor Swift's "Willow" led for one week (Dec. 26).

"Mood" is the second-longest-leading hit in the chart's decade-plus history, behind Panic! at the Disco's "High Hopes," which locked up the top spot for 65 weeks in 2018-20.