Drake leads the Billboard Hot 100 (dated June 18) for a fourth nonconsecutive week with “One Dance,” featuring WizKid and Kyla. Meanwhile, Justin Timberlake’s former Hot 100 No. 1 “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” takes over as the most-heard song on U.S. radio, completing the fastest flight to No. 1 on the Radio Songs chart by a male in 25 years. Plus, P!nk powers to her first Hot 100 top 10 since 2013 with “Just Like Fire.”
It’s Monday, the day that the Hot 100 is refreshed each week, so, as always, let’s run down the top 10 and more. Highlights of the airplay, sales and streaming-based Hot 100 post on Billboard.com each Monday, with all charts updated each Tuesday.
As “Dance,” released on Young Money/Cash Money/Republic Records, leads the Hot 100 for a fourth week (and third in a row), it earns a seventh week atop the subscription services-based On-Demand Songs streaming chart with 25 million on-demand U.S. plays (down 11 percent) in the week ending June 2, according to Nielsen Music. It stays at No. 2 on the overall Streaming Songs chart, after leading the list four weeks ago, with 27.8 million U.S. streams (down 10 percent).
“Dance” additionally holds at No. 2 on the Digital Songs sales chart, which it led for two weeks (104,000 downloads sold, down 16 percent), and drops to No. 2 on Radio Songs, after a week on top (but with an 8 percent boost to 146 million in audience). Drake’s first Hot 100 No. 1 as a lead artist crowns Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart for a fifth week.
“Dance” is from Drake’s album Views, which, as previously reported, tallies a fifth week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. With Drake having led both the Hot 100 and Billboard 200 for each of the past three weeks, he is the first artist to double up atop the rankings for three straight frames since Adele did so for six consecutive weeks with “Hello” and parent album 25, respectively, in December-January. The last male to lead the Hot 100 and Billboard 200 concurrently for at least three weeks before Drake? 50 Cent, more than a decade ago. 50 Cent earned the honor for six weeks in a row in March-April 2005 with “Candy Shop” (featuring Olivia) and parent set The Massacre.
Desiigner’s former two-week Hot 100 No. 1 “Panda” remains at No. 2. It tops Streaming Songs for a seventh total week, drawing 34.6 million domestic streams (down 10 percent). The track slips 3-4 on Digital Songs (78,000, down 14 percent) but pushes 12-11 on Radio Songs (73 million, up 3 percent). The rapper’s breakthrough hit earns a ninth week at No. 1 on the Hot Rap Songs chart.
Following its debut at No. 1 on the Hot 100 three weeks ago, becoming just the 26th single to start at the summit in the chart’s history, Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” holds at No. 3. Still, it spends a fourth week at No. 1 on Digital Songs (155,000, down 11 percent). “Feeling” also becomes the most-heard song in the U.S., rising 2-1 on Radio Songs (149 million, up 12 percent), adding the Hot 100’s top Airplay Gainer award for a third week. Impressively, “Feeling” reaches No. 1 on Radio Songs in just its fifth week, marking the quickest sprint to the top since Adele’s “Hello” needed just four weeks in November. UPDATED: Among males, “Feeling” makes the fastest trip to No. 1 on Radio Songs in nearly 25 years, since Michael Jackson’s “Black or White” set the record with a three-week climb in 1991. Mariah Carey’s “I’ll Be There” tied the mark in 1992.
“Feeling” is Timberlake’s fifth solo Radio Songs No. 1 and first since “Mirrors” in 2013. (As a member of ‘N Sync, he first led the chart with the group with “Bye Bye Bye,” for five weeks in 2000.)
“Feeling” concurrently keeps at No. 8 on Streaming Songs (12.8 million, down 6 percent).The single is from the animated film Trolls, not due in theaters until Nov. 4; Timberlake voices a role, joining stars including Anna Kendrick, Gwen Stefani and James Corden. Timberlake also serves as an executive producer for the film’s music, with the soundtrack due in September. Timberlake’s own next album, his first since 2013, could arrive early next year, according to RCA Records.
Fifth Harmony’s first top five Hot 100 hit “Work From Home,” featuring Ty Dolla $ign, holds at its No. 4 peak. As previously reported, 5H scores a new career high on the Billboard 200, as its second full-length album, 7/27, launches at No. 4 on the list. Rounding out the Hot 100’s top five, The Chainsmokers’ fellow first top five, “Don’t Let Me Down,” featuring Daya, keeps at its high point of No. 5. Lukas Graham’s “7 Years,” which peaked at No. 2 on the Hot 100, is also stationary, at No. 6, as is Mike Posner’s “I Took a Pill in Ibiza” at No. 7, after reaching No. 4.
Rihanna’s “Needed Me” reaches a new Hot 100 peak, rising 9-8. The track drops 3-4 on Streaming Songs, but holds steady with 16.8 million domestic streams, and jumps 28-20 on Digital Songs (37,000, up 2 percent) and 33-26 on Radio Songs (43 million, up 15 percent).
Calvin Harris’ “This Is What You Came For,” featuring Rihanna, returns to the Hot 100’s top 10, revisiting its No. 9 high, up from No. 11 (after debuting at No. 9 four weeks ago). The song is up across-the-board, lifting 10-7 on Digital Songs (67,000, up 2 percent); 16-14 on Radio Songs (69 million, up 19 percent); and 18-15 on Streaming Songs (10 million, up 2 percent).
Rounding out the Hot 100’s top 10, P!nk surges into the region with “Just Like Fire” (16-10). The track rises 4-3 on Digital Songs (85,000, down 2 percent) and 18-15 on Radio Songs (63 million, up 18 percent) and nears Streaming Songs (5.6 million, up 24 percent). P!nk posts her 15th Hot 100 top 10 and first since “Just Give Me a Reason,” featuring Nate Ruess, became her fourth No. 1 in April 2013. Since 2000, when she scored her first Hot 100 top 10 with her debut hit “There You Go,” P!nk’s 15 top 10s mark fourth-most among women in that span, trailing only the totals of Rihanna (the leader among all acts with 29 in that span, encompassing her career sum), Taylor Swift (19, also her career total) and Beyonce (16, her solo-career total). (Overall since the chart launched in 1958, Madonna has achieved the most top 10s among women, and all artists, 38, followed by Rihanna  and Janet Jackson and Mariah Carey [both 27].)
“Fire” is from the Alice Through the Looking Glass soundtrack, which enters the Soundtracks albums chart at No. 6 following its release May 27, the same day that the movie premiered in North American theaters.
Just beyond the Hot 100’s top 10, Kent Jones’ debut hit “Don’t Mind” roars 25-13 and Sia’s “Cheap Thrills,” featuring Sean Paul, enters the top 20 (24-19).
Find out more news in the weekly “Hot 100 Chart Moves” column to post later this week. And, visit Billboard.com tomorrow (June 7), when all rankings, including the Hot 100 in its entirety, will refresh, as they do each Tuesday. The Hot 100 and other charts will also appear in the next issue of Billboard magazine, on sale Friday (June 10).