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Demi Lovato's 'Sober' Re-Enters Billboard Hot 100, Up 199 Percent in Streams

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Demi Lovato performs at MGM Grand Garden Arena on March 3, 2018 in Las Vegas. 

The ballad and Clean Bandit's 'Solo,' featuring Lovato, each hit new peaks.

Demi Lovato's "Sober" re-enters the Billboard Hot 100 chart (dated Aug. 4) at a new No. 56 peak, after spending one prior week on the survey (dated July 7) at No. 58.

The ballad re-enters with 7.2 million U.S. streams (up 199 percent) and 18,000 downloads sold (up 1,095 percent) in the tracking week ending July 26, according to Nielsen Music.

The song received a sharp increase in activity after Lovato was hospitalized on July 24 after an apparent narcotics overdose at her Hollywood Hills home.

Lovato also appears as a featured act on Clean Bandit's "Solo," which rises 66-61 on the Hot 100, likewise reaching a new peak. The track concurrently bullets at No. 36 on the Pop Songs airplay chart (up 7 percent in plays).