Hot 100 Chart Moves: Calvin Harris' 'My Way' Debuts & Hits Hot Dance/Electronic Songs Top 10
Plus, moves for Lady Gaga & Zayion McCall.
As previously reported, The Chainsmokers top the Billboard Hot 100 (dated Oct. 8) for a sixth week with "Closer," featuring Halsey. Meanwhile, D.R.A.M. hits the top 10 with his debut hit "Broccoli," featuring Lil Yachty.
Who else makes notable Hot 100 chart moves?
Calvin Harris, "My Way"
Taking a rare vocal turn, Harris debuts on the Hot 100 at No. 24 with stand-alone single "My Way." The track launches with 53,000 sold and 6 million U.S. streams in its first week, while drawing 27 million in radio audience, according to Nielsen Music.
On the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart, "My Way" cruises 16-6, marking Harris' 10th top 10. The DJ is the first act to total 10 top 10s on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs since the chart's Jan. 26, 2013, inception. Avicii, David Guetta and Zedd follow with seven each.
Having not released an album since 2014, Harris told Elvis Duran of Elvis Duran and the Morning Show (broadcast from WHTZ New York) on Sept. 16 that dance acts benefit from song-by-song releases, like "My Way," as "the music is so transient. To disappear for a year-and-a-half to make an album just [doesn't] make sense."
Lady Gaga, "Perfect Illusion"
The lead single from Joanne (due Oct. 21) tumbles from No. 15 to No. 42 in its second week on the Hot 100. It falls by 84 percent in sales (to 16,000), plummeting 2-42 on Digital Songs Sales, and 32 percent in U.S. streams (to 5.6 million), departing Streaming Songs after a week at No. 25. Conversely, it grows by 3 percent to 23 million in airplay audience, good for a No. 49 debut on Radio Songs.
Zayion McCall feat. Zay Hilfigerrr, "Juju On Dat Beat (TZ Anthem)"
The viral dance-challenge rap track debuts on the Hot 100 at No. 57. As previously reported, it vaults 42-18 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, thanks solely to 8.2 million YouTube streams (up 77 percent). The cut, which is not available for sale, received no monitored airplay during the chart tracking week, and is not on any other monitored streaming service, surges mostly from user-generated videos featuring the song's official audio.