Bizarrap and Quevedo storm onto Billboard‘s multimetric Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (dated July 30) at No. 5 with “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52.” The international Latin-EDM smash is the first top 10 for both acts.
The track garners its placement almost entirely based on streaming, having earned 3.7 million U.S. streams, up 125%, in the July 15-21 tracking week, according to Luminate. It follows Argentinian producer Bizarrap’s first entry with Puerto Rican rapper Villano Antillano, “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 51,” which reached No. 17 a week ago.
Concurrently, “Vol. 52” enters the Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs (No. 6) and multimetric Hot Latin Songs charts (No. 20), among others. On Hot Latin Songs, it scores Bizarrap his highest debut among four entries, all belonging to his “Sessions” series. As on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, “Vol. 52” is Spanish rapper Quevedo’s first top 20 hit. The collab also bows on the Latin Streaming Songs chart (No. 25), where it’s the first appearance for both acts.
As previously reported, “Vol. 52” soars to the summit of both the Billboard Global 200 (5-1) and the Billboard Global Excl. U.S. charts (3-1).
No Need to ‘Worry’: Black Eyed Peas, Shakira and David Guetta dart into the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs top 10 with “Don’t You Worry” (12-7). The second top 10 each for Black Eyed Peas and Shakira, “Worry” is Guetta’s 17th track to achieve top 10 status, the fourth-most among all acts dating to the chart’s January 2013 inception; only The Chainsmokers, Kygo (22 top 10s each) and Calvin Harris (19) have more.
“Worry” ascends with 7.5 million radio airplay audience impressions, 971,000 domestic streams and 500 downloads sold.
Robinson’s First Top 10: Porter Robinson likewise hits the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs top 10, launching at No. 9 with “Everything Goes On.” It’s his first top 10 among 24 entries, dating to 2013’s “Language (No. 33). “Everything” elevates Robinson past his prior No. 12 stopping point, logged with “Get Your Wish” (February 2020), “Something Comforting” (March 2020) and “Look at the Sky” (February 2021). “Everything” amassed 2.2 million U.S. streams and sold 600 in the tracking week.
Codd, Styles Surge: Shifting to the Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart, Irish DJ/producer Shane Codd cruises to his fourth top 10 with “Rather Be Alone” (11-6). The song, which heavily samples Whitney Houston’s “It’s Not Right But It’s Okay” (which hit No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1999), is summoning core-dance airplay on Music Choice’s Dance/EDM Channel, KMVQ-HD2 San Francisco and Channel Q, among other outlets. (The Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart measures radio airplay on a select group of full-time dance stations, along with plays during mix shows on around 70 top 40-formatted reporters.)
Harry Styles also adds his fourth Dance/Mix Show Airplay top 10 with “Late Night Talking” (12-10). The song is the follow-up to his first No. 1, Harry’s House lead single “As It Was,” which reigned for two weeks in June.