Future feat. Drake, "Used to This"
"Used to This" launches at No. 14 on the Hot 100, marking Future's highest-debuting of 42 entries. It's led by its No. 8 entrance on the Streaming Songs chart with 14.5 million U.S. streams in the tracking week; its official video premiered Nov. 3.
Meanwhile, the track lifts Drake to the edge of an historic mark, as it's his 131st Hot 100 visit, second among solo artists only to Lil Wayne's 132. Among all acts, only the cast of Glee, which featured a rotation of singers on its releases, boasts more: 207.
Here is a rundown of the artists with the most charted Hot 100 titles overall:
207, Glee cast
132, Lil Wayne
108, Elvis Presley
91, James Brown
86, Jay Z
81, Chris Brown
80, Kanye West
75, Ray Charles
73, Aretha Franklin
71, The Beatles
69, Nicki Minaj
69, Taylor Swift
(Notably, Presley's career launched in 1956, two years before the Hot 100's inception.)
Hailee Steinfeld & Grey feat. Zedd, "Starving"
As it bullets at No. 19 on the Hot 100, after reaching No. 14 on the Nov. 12 chart, "Starving" becomes Steinfeld's first top 10 on the Pop Songs radio airplay chart, where it rises 11-9. It's also Grey's first Pop Songs top 10 and Zedd's fourth.
Adele, "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)"
The third 25 single marks six months on the Hot 100, ranking at No. 33 (in its 26th week) after peaking at No. 8, becoming her sixth top 10. It's still making gains, as it hits a new No. 2 peak on Adult Contemporary.
Meanwhile, follow-up single "Water Under the Bridge" gets started, entering Adult Pop Songs at No. 30.
John Legend, "Love Me Now"
The track bounds 98-66 on the Hot 100, surging by 220 percent to 20,000 sold, after Legend's Dec. 2 LP Darkness and Light went up for pre-order Nov. 4; the same day, he released a clip of the song's video, which premiered in full Nov. 11.