"Lifetime" is the second new offering from the recently reunited Swedish House Mafia. "It Gets Better" started a week ago at No. 13 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs.
Additionally on the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart, Farruko's "Pepas" flies 6-2 following the July 27 release of a new version with Lil Jon. With 5.4 million domestic streams, up 68%, "Pepas" also parades 9-1 on Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs, becoming Farruko's first leader. Plus, "Pepas" pounces 14-3 on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales, selling 1,700 downloads, up 126%.
Farruko also scores on Billboard's Latin charts, including the airplay-, sales- and streaming-blended Hot Latin Songs list, securing his 11th top 10 as "Pepas" jumps 13-6 in its fourth frame. The track pushes Farruko to his fourth No. 1 on Latin Digital Songs (5-1) and ninth top 10 on Latin Streaming Songs (18-5) and surges 35-13 in its second week on Latin Airplay, with 5.8 million audience impressions, up 53%, in the week ending Aug. 1.
On the Billboard Hot 100, Farruko adds his sixth career entry, as "Pepas" arrives at No. 81.
Shifting to the Dance/Mix Show Airplay list, Shouse, the Melbourne, Australia-based duo of Ed Service and Jack Madin, surges to its inaugural leader with "Love Tonight" (4-1). The 2017 original, remixed in 2021 by David Guetta, is earning core-dance airplay at the likes of leaders SiriusXM's BPM, KMVQ-HD2 San Francisco and Music Choice's Dance/EDM channel. (The Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart measures radio airplay on a select group of full-time dance stations, along with plays during mix shows on nearly 80 top 40-formatted reporters.)
"'Love Tonight' is a simple song by a little Melbourne band made by friends, for friends about love, connectedness and solidarity," Shouse tells Billboard. "The fact that the song has connected so strongly with the global community during a time of crisis and to hear these voices soar across the world is a beautiful and special thing. With the incredible support across U.S. dance radio, we feel the love and we hope this song can continue to help people re-embrace one another in joy."