Japanese pop-rock band back number's latest single, "Old Fashion," rises to No. 1 on this week's Billboard Japan Hot 100 dated Nov. 18 to 25. The song has ruled downloads for three consecutive weeks since its release, while this week it takes the top spot for radio airplay and look-ups as well. The track is at No. 4 for physical sales and No. 34 for Twitter mentions.
Korean duo TVXQ's "Jealous" rules physical sales and Twitter and debuts at No. 3 on the Japan Hot 100. While leading two metrics of the chart's measurement, the single couldn't accumulate enough points in other areas and couldn't bow at the top of the tally.
Aimyon's "Konya Konomama" continues to lead streaming for the fourth week. The 23-year-old singer-songwriter has charted five songs in the Japan Hot 100 for two weeks straight as her strength in streaming has positively influenced her songs' performances in downloads and video views. The young artist is one of this year's Vogue Japan's Women of the Year, and her meteoric rise to streaming stardom is definitely one of the highlights of J-pop in 2018.