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Beck Scores First No. 1 on Rock Airplay Chart With ‘Up All Night’

It's also his first song to rule three rock airplay rankings.

Beck lands his first No. 1 on Billboard‘s Rock Airplay chart, as “Up All Night” rises 2-1 on the tally dated Jan. 27.

“Night” reaches the top of the chart, which ranks audience impressions across three rock radio formats (alternative, adult alternative and mainstream rock), with 9.4 million overall audience impressions, according to Nielsen Music.


The coronation is the latest for “Night,” which previously ruled the Alternative Songs and Adult Alternative Songs airplay charts for seven and two weeks, respectively, marking his first song to top three rock airplay surveys. On Alternative Songs, the song logged the longest reign of his three No. 1s, besting his first, “Loser,” which led for five weeks in 1994.

Beck’s first No. 1 on Rock Airplay (which began in 2009) bests his prior No. 3 peak with “Dreams” in 2015.

“Night” is the third single from Colors, Beck’s 13th studio release, which debuted atop the Top Rock Albums and Alternative Albums charts dated Nov. 4, 2017, with 46,000 equivalent album units.