Selena Gomez, "Same Old Love"
The second single from Gomez's former Billboard 200 No. 1 Revival steps within a notch of the Hot 100's top 10 (13-11), powered by her performance of it on the American Music Awards (Nov. 22). It vaults by 74 percent to 81,000 sold, according to Nielsen Music. Lead Revival smash "Good for You" (featuring A$AP Rocky) became her highest-charting Hot 100 hit, reaching No. 5.
Beyond "Hello," four other songs from 25 debut: "When We Were Young" (the chart's highest new entry at No. 22); "Water Under the Bridge" (No. 70); "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)," a co-write with Max Martin and Shellback (No. 79); and "Remedy," co-penned with Ryan Tedder (No. 87).
Of the four new entries, only "Young" boasts streaming points, as 25 is not available as a whole on streaming services. The song drew 3.7 million U.S. streams, driven by its official Vevo on YouTube performance clip (at the Church Studios in London). The ballad (her eighth top 40 Hot 100 hit) opens on Digital Songs at No. 4 with 101,000 downloads sold.
Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars, "Uptown Funk!"
The former 14-week No. 1 rises 24-21 on the Hot 100. Spurring its 15 percent gain to 8.5 million U.S. streams: upticks in user-generated clips featuring beloved dance scenes in movies set to the song's audio.
Tory Lanez, "Say It"
The Canadian R&B newcomer tallies his first top 40 Hot 100 hit (51-37). The track grows by 22 percent to 5.2 million U.S. streams.
Daya, "Hide Away"
Daya, 17, reaches the Pop Songs airplay chart's top 20 (21-18) with her debut hit (up 75-61 on the Hot 100), released on indie Artbeatz. KFRH Las Vegas, KREV San Francisco and SiriusXM's Hits 1 have each played the song more than 1,000 times.