Hot 100 Chart Moves: David Bowie Brings Queen Back to Chart After More Than 22 Years

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Freddie Mercury of Queen live at Wembley Stadium in 1986.

"Under Pressure" marks Queen's first Hot 100 appearance since 1993. Plus, moves for Daya, Selena Gomez, Adele & Robin Schulz.

As previously reported, Justin Bieber's "Sorry" spends a second week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Plus, Selena Gomez matches her best Hot 100 rank, as "Same Old Love" rises 6-5, and David Bowie notches his first top 40 Hot 100 hit since 1987, as the late icon's "Lazarus" debuts at No 40.

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Beyond that flurry of Hot 100 action, more songs make notable moves.

Daya, "Hide Away"

The 17-year-old's debut hit, released on the new Artbeatz label, returns to its No. 31 highpoint on the Hot 100 and reaches a key radio milestone: it hits the top 10, jumping 14-10, on the Pop Songs airplay chart.

Selena Gomez, "Hands to Myself"

As "Same Old Love" reaches the Hot 100's top five, follow-up "Hands to Myself" likewise hits a new best rank (42-37). It zooms 33-21 on Digital Songs (40,000 downloads sold, up 4 percent, according to Nielsen Music) and 39-33 on Streaming Songs (5.6 million U.S. streams, up 25 percent). On Pop Songs, "Hands" leaps 29-22.

Adele, "When We Were Young"

The ballad, at No. 41 on the Hot 100 for a second week (after reaching No. 22 upon its debut seven weeks ago), bounds 24-15 on Radio Songs (56 million in audience, up 17 percent). On the Adult Pop Songs airplay chart, it lifts 11-10, becoming her sixth top 10 on the tally.

Queen & David Bowie, "Under Pressure"

While Bowie debuts on the Hot 100 with "Lazarus" (plus "Blackstar" at No. 78, marking his first visits to the chart since 1998), Queen likewise ends a lengthy absence from the Hot 100 as the band's "Under Pressure," with Bowie, re-enters at No. 45. (Bowie's "Space Oddity" also returns, at No. 42.) Queen had last appeared on the Hot 100 dated July 10, 1993, when another collab, "Somebody to Love," with George Michael, ranked at No. 98 after reaching No. 30. (Queen's original version of "Love" rose to No. 13 in 1977.)

"Pressure" peaked at No. 29 on Jan. 9, 1982, spending 15 weeks on the chart in its initial run (adding its 16th frame this week; it also previously returned as sampled in Vanilla Ice's 1990 No. 1 "Ice Ice Baby").

Robin Schulz feat. Francesco Yates, "Sugar"

"Sugar" surges 87-68 in its second week on the Hot 100, adding top Digital Gainer honors, as it hikes by 46 percent to 12,000 sold. Schulz makes his second visit to the chart: "Prayer in C," with Lillywood, climbed to No. 23 in March 2015.

On Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, "Sugar" becomes Schulz's second top five hit (6-4). "Prayer" spent two weeks at No. 1.