As "Dance," released on Young Money/Cash Money/Republic Records, continues atop the Hot 100, it earns an 11th week atop the audio subscription services-based On-Demand Songs streaming chart with 19.1 million on-demand U.S. plays (down 3 percent) in the week ending June 30, according to Nielsen Music. The track ties for the second-longest command of On-Demand Songs since the chart launched in 2012: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Thrift Shop," featuring Wanz, leads with 13 weeks at No. 1 (2013), while Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk!," featuring Bruno Mars, also ruled for 11 weeks (2015).
"Dance" stays at No. 2 on the overall Streaming Songs chart, which it led for a week (May 21), with 21 million U.S. streams (down 4 percent). It slips to No. 2 on Radio Songs after two (nonconsecutive) weeks on top (157 in audience, down 4 percent), while on the Digital Songs sales chart, which it topped for two weeks, it holds at No. 4 (78,000 downloads sold, down 8 percent). Drake's first Hot 100 No. 1 as a lead artist rules Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart for a ninth week and crowns the Songs of the Summer chart for a fifth week, following the list's annual relaunch four weeks ago.
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Back to Drake's historic achievement: As "Dance" has led the Hot 100 the past seven weeks concurrently with Views topping the Billboard 200, Drake ties for the longest consecutive control of the Hot 100 and Billboard 200 simultaneously among males: Michael Jackson also led both lists concurrently for seven straight weeks in 1983 with "Billie Jean" and Thriller, respectively. Among all artists, Drake links the longest consecutive coronations on the charts simultaneously since Whitney Houston led both lists for a record-tying 12 straight weeks in 1992-93 with "I Will Always Love You" and parent album The Bodyguard (with the soundtrack credited as a Houston album).
Here's a look at the acts to top the Hot 100 and Billboard 200 at the same time for the most consecutive weeks (dating to Aug. 17, 1963, when the Billboard 200 combined mono and stereo sales; the Hot 100 launched Aug. 4, 1958):
Chart Dates, Hot 100 No. 1 / Billboard 200 No. 1
12 weeks, The Beatles
Feb. 15-March 14, 1964, "I Want to Hold Your Hand" / Meet the Beatles! (5 weeks)
March 21-28, 1964, "She Loves You" / Meet the Beatles! (2)
April 4-25, 1964, "Can't Buy Me Love" / Meet the Beatles! (4)
May 2, 1964, "Can't Buy Me Love" / The Beatles' Second Album (1)
12 weeks, Whitney Houston
Dec. 12, 1992-Feb. 27, 1993, "I Will Always Love You" / The Bodyguard soundtrack
7 weeks, Drake
June 4-July 16, 2016, "One Dance" / Views
7 weeks, Michael Jackson
March 5-April 16, 1983, "Billie Jean" / Thriller
7 weeks, The Monkees
Dec. 31, 1966-Feb. 4, 1967, "I'm a Believer" / The Monkees (6 weeks)
Feb. 11, 1967, "I'm a Believer" / More of the Monkees (1)
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After debuting at No. 1 on the Hot 100 six weeks ago, becoming just the 26th single to start on top in the chart's history, Justin Timberlake's "Can't Stop the Feeling!" holds at No. 2. It spends an eighth week at No. 1 on Digital Songs (107,000, down 9 percent), encompassing its entire run on the chart, and rebounds 2-1 for a fourth nonconsecutive week atop Radio Songs (164 million, up 1 percent). On Streaming Songs, "Feeling" falls 10-11 (11.3 million, essentially even from last week). The song also tops Billboard's Adult Pop Songs chart for a fifth week and the Contemporary tally for a second week.
The Chainsmokers' first top five Hot 100 hit, "Don't Let Me Down," featuring Daya, rises 4-3, hitting a new high. It stays at No. 3 on Radio Songs (130 million, up 1 percent) and No. 5 on Streaming Songs (14.8 million, down 2 percent) and rebounds 6-5 on Digital Songs (72,000, up 1 percent). The track tops Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart for an 11th week and the Pop Songs airplay ranking for a second frame.
Desiigner's former two-week No. 1 "Panda" descends 3-4 on the Hot 100. Still, it tops Streaming Songs for an 11th total week, drawing 25.9 million domestic clicks (down 3 percent). The rapper's debut hit earns a 13th week at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Rap Songs chart.
Calvin Harris' "This Is What You Came For," featuring Rihanna, holds at its No. 5 Hot 100 peak, highlighted by its No. 5 on rank on Radio Songs, where it's up by 9 percent to 100 million. The collab also tops the Dance Club Songs chart for a second week, becoming the first hit to lead the list for multiple weeks in nearly three years, since Avicii's "Wake Me Up!" ruled for two weeks in Aug.-Sept. 2013.
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Sia's "Cheap Thrills," featuring Sean Paul, is stationary at its No. 6 Hot 100 high. The reggae-tinged track takes the Hot 100's top Airplay Gainer trophy for a fourth week and blasts 8-4 on Radio Songs (101 million, up 20 percent). It also enters the Streaming Songs top 10 (11.5 million, up 6 percent).
Rihanna's "Needed Me" rebounds to its No. 7 Hot 100 peak, from No. 8, while crowning the Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop airplay chart, where it rises 3-1. (Rihanna also debuts at No. 18 on Adult Contemporary with new ballad "Sledgehammer," from Star Trek Beyond, in U.S. theaters July 22.)
Kent Jones' breakthrough hit "Don't Mind" hits a new Hot 100 high, lifting 9-8, and leads Rhythmic Songs for a second week. Twenty One Pilots' "Ride" likewise reaches a new Hot 100 peak (10-9), while topping Hot Rock Songs for a fourth week.
Rounding out the Hot 100's top 10, Fifth Harmony's "Work From Home," featuring Ty Dolla $ign, descends 7-10 after peaking at No. 4. Notably, 5H's follow-up "All in My Head (Flex)," featuring Fetty Wap, hits the Hot 100's top 40, roaring 78-40 following the June 23 premiere of its official video; it enters Streaming Songs at No. 32 (7.1 million, up 122 percent).
Just beyond the Hot 100's top 10, Adele's "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)" surges 19-13; Florida Georgia Line's "H.O.L.Y." hikes 17-14 (and leads Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart for a ninth week); and Meghan Trainor's "Me Too" pushes 18-16.
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Find out more Hot 100 news in Billboard's new weekly original video series, Charts Center, featuring chart information and commentary, interviews with artists, exclusive performances and more. Plus, check out the weekly "Hot 100 Chart Moves" column to post later this week. And, visit Billboard.com tomorrow (July 6), when all rankings, including the Hot 100 in its entirety, will refresh.