Clean Bandit and Demi Lovato teamed up for "Solo" back in May, and the song just made its debut on Billboard's Streaming Songs chart at No. 48 this week (dated Aug. 11), following Lovato's hospitalization for an apparent overdose late last month.
Bryce Vine strutted around in a red printed T-shirt with ripped black jeans before talking to Billboard about his latest career moves. He’s got the chart moves down, with a No. 25 spot on the Pop Songs Chart to his name per “Drew Barrymore” (dated Aug. 11). He’s got remixes piling up, with an official Wale version that Vine was stoked about. And that shirt he’s wearing? “It’s like the one Leonardo DiCaprio wears in the Romeo and Juliet movie,” he says.
Bryce Vine got more than he expected when his single “Drew Barrymore” became a chart-climbing, Taylor Swift-endorsed hit. The fall 2017 release rose to fame when the “Delicate” singer put “Drew Barrymore” on her Apple Music favorites playlist in December. Now, he's eyeing the top 20 on Billboard’s Pop Songs airplay chart for the first time, with the song currently sitting at its peak position of No. 21.
On Sunday (Aug. 5), HARD Summer came to a festive, mosh pit-friendly end on its second day in Fontana, Calif. Artists came together or played each other’s best songs in respect of their musical craft. Billboard hit the road again to the Auto Club Speedway to witness the brightest and hottest acts while catching the best crowd and behind-the-scenes action.