Hot 100 Chart Moves: Logic's '1-800-273-8255' Debuts Ahead of Album's Arrival on Billboard 200
Plus, new songs from Niall Horan & Harry Styles bow.
The star-studded collab is the first Hot 100 leader for Khaled and Chance the Rapper, as well as the first for Quavo (of Migos) as a soloist. Bieber earns his fourth No. 1 and Lil Wayne scores his third.
Who else makes notable Hot 100 chart moves this week?
Sam Hunt, "Body Like a Back Road"
"Back Road" became the first country song to reach the Hot 100's top 10 since Florida Georgia Line's "Cruise" in 2013, as Hunt's hit climbed to No. 6 on the April 22-dated chart. Now, "Back Road" follows a similar path in airplay, likewise becoming the first country song to hit the Radio Songs chart's top 10 since FGL's debut smash rose to No. 8 in July 2013. Hunt's track pushes 13-10 on Radio Songs with 62 million in all-format audience in the week ending May 7, according to Nielsen Music.
Imagine Dragons, "Believer"
A week ago, the song entered the Hot 100's top 40 (51-37). Boosted by 69-cent sale-pricing in the iTunes Store, it bounds to No. 20 on the May 20 tally, claiming top Digital Gainer sales honors for its 18-6 blast on the Digital Song Sales chart (53,000 downloads, up 85 percent, in the week ending May 4).
Travis Scott, "Goosebumps"
The single hits the Hot 100's top 40 (42-32) in its 25th week on the chart. It's the second song in 2017 to take a trip at least that long to the region, following Lil Uzi Vert's "You Was Right" (26 weeks). Streaming leads the way for "Goosebumps," which climbs 33-25 on the Streaming Songs chart (15.8 million U.S. streams, up 18 percent).
Logic, "1-800-273-8255," feat. Alessia Cara & Khalid
The cut from Logic's album Everybody, which could launch at No. 1 on next week's Billboard 200 (dated May 27), enters the Hot 100 at No. 61, as well as Streaming Songs at No. 46 (8.8 million U.S. streams). The song's title doubles as the number for the National Suicide Prevention Hotline. "I felt compelled to make a song that could actually help you," Logic shared on Twitter April 26.
The track joins a limited list of Hot 100 hits with phone numbers as titles, with Tommy Tutone's '80s classic the highest-charting:
"867-5309/Jenny," Tommy Tutone, No. 4 peak, 1982
"634-5789 (Soulsville, U.S.A.)," Wilson Pickett, No. 13, 1966
"Beechwood 4-5789," The Marvelettes, No. 17, 1962 (the title includes a now-long-defunct telephone exchange name)
"853-5937," Squeeze, No. 32, 1988
"1-800-273-8255," Logic feat. Alessia Cara & Khalid, No. 61, 2017
"777-9311," The Time, No. 88, 1982
(Fun fact about "867-5309": the last name of one of its writers? Call. Alex Call co-wrote it with Jim Keller.)
Katy Perry, "Bon Appetit," feat. Migos
The track gets its first taste of the Hot 100 with a No. 76 debut. It starts at No. 38 on Digital Song Sales with 18,000 downloads sold, while adding 3.8 million in airplay audience.
Niall Horan, "Slow Hands" & Harry Styles, "Sweet Creature"
The One Direction members' solo songs debut at Nos. 90 and 93 on the Hot 100, respectively, following mid-week releases. Horan's enters Digital Song Sales at No. 15 (31,000 sold) and Styles' starts at No. 20 (27,000). "Creature" was released Tuesday, May 2, and "Hands," Thursday, May 4, with each track quickly topping the Billboard + Twitter Trending 140 on those respective days.
Playboi Carti, "Magnolia" & "Woke Up Like This" (the latter feat. Lil Uzi Vert)
The 20-year-old Atlanta rapper earns his first two Hot 100 entries simultaneously, at Nos. 91 and 100, and drawing 8.1 million and 8 million U.S. streams, respectively. Chart Beat reader Ryan Milowicki noted on Twitter the quirk of an act notching two maiden Hot 100 hits in the same week and, while rare, it has occurred before.
Most notably, and with the show now back in the news since it'll soon be back on TV, now on ABC, multiple American Idol finalists made their Hot 100 arrivals with more than one song at the same time following annual season finales. The last Idol winner to do so: 2012 champ Phillip Phillips, who debuted two titles on June 9, 2012: "Home," at No. 10 (which went on to peak at No. 6 in 2013), and "We've Got Tonight" (No. 97).