"Sour" launches eight songs into the chart’s top 10, breaking a record previously held by Taylor Swift.
The June 5 tally’s top 10 features eight Rodrigo songs, surpassing Taylor Swift’s record (six, Aug. 20, 2020) for the most at one time by a woman since the chart began in 2013. The eight-song mark also ties her for the third-most simultaneous top 10s in chart history alongside similar weeks for Juice WRLD (July 25, 2020), The Weeknd (April 4, 2020), Lil Uzi Vert (May 21, 2020) and Post Malone (May 12, 2018). Only J. Cole and Drake have surpassed that count, with nine each (May 29, 2021, for J. Cole and July 14, 2018, for Drake).
Leading the way: “Good 4 U,” which spends its second week at No. 1 on Streaming Songs after debuting there on the May 29 list. It increases in its second frame to 62.7 million U.S. streams in the May 21-27 tracking period, up 45%, according to MRC Data. That’s the second-highest single-week stream count for any song in 2021, behind only the debut week of Rodrigo’s own “Drivers License” (76.1 million, Jan. 23) and the biggest second-week number of the year.