Drake tallies a second nonconsecutive week atop the Billboard Hot 100 (dated June 4) with “One Dance” (featuring WizKid and Kyla), which rebounds 2-1. The song returns to the top after Justin Timberlake soared in at No. 1 last week with “Can’t Stop the Feeling!,” which this week drops to No. 3.
Just like every Monday when the chart is refreshed, let’s run down the Hot’s top 10, which is chock full of performers and winners at last night’s Billboard Music Awards, and more. Highlights of the airplay, sales and streaming-based Hot 100 post on Billboard.com each Monday, with all charts updated each Tuesday.
“Dance,” released on Young Money/Cash Money/Republic Records, earns a fifth week atop the subscription services-based On-Demand Songs streaming chart with 30 million on-demand U.S. plays in the week ending May 19, according to Nielsen Music. It keeps at No. 2 on the overall Streaming Songs chart (after leading the list two weeks ago) with 32.8 million U.S. streams (up 5 percent). “Dance” additionally holds at No. 2 on the Digital Songs sales chart (which it led for two weeks) with 130,000 downloads sold (down 15 percent). On Radio Songs, “Dance” lifts 5-2 (121 million in audience, up 18 percent). The track also spends a third week atop Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.
As noted when the song first crowned the Hot 100, “Dance” is Drake’s first Hot 100 No. 1 in a lead role, following two toppers as a featured artist, both on tracks with Rihanna as the lead: “What’s My Name?” (one week, 2010) and “Work,” which spent its last of nine weeks at No. 1 on the April 30-dated chart. As a lead, Drake had previously peaked as high as No. 2 twice, with his debut hit “Best I Ever Had” in 2009 and “Hotline Bling” last year.
Desiigner’s former two-week Hot 100 No. 1 “Panda” remains at No. 2. It tops Streaming Songs for a fifth total week, drawing 40.1 million domestic streams (up 4 percent). Notably, only three songs had previously reached the 40-million weekly streams threshold: Baauer’s “Harlem Shake,” which peaked with 103 million in 2013 (powered heavily by user-generated clips featuring the song’s audio); Adele’s “Hello” (61.6 million, 2015); and Rihanna’s “Work” (46.5 million, 2016).
“Panda” is steady at No. 3 on Digital Songs (94,000, up 2 percent) and rises 14-12 on Radio Songs (69 million, up 8 percent). The rapper’s breakthrough hit tallies a seventh week at No. 1 on the Hot Rap Songs chart.
Following its debut at No. 1 on the Hot 100, becoming just the 26th single to start at the summit in the chart’s history, Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” drops 1-3, although it spends a second week at No. 1 on Digital Songs (204,000, down 46 percent). It rockets 9-4 on Radio Songs (109 million, up 32 percent) and dips 6-7 on Streaming Songs (15.4 million, down 1 percent).
“Feeling” is from the animated film Trolls (based on the fuzzy-hair/plastic-body Troll dolls), 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.
Holding at No. 4 on the Hot 100 is one of last night’s Billboard Music Awards performers, Lukas Graham, with “7 Years,” which peaked at No. 2. Still, the song is the most-heard song on U.S. radio, tallying a fourth week at No. 1 on Radio Songs (129 million, down 11 percent). (“Wow. Performing at the @billboard awards was epic!,” the band beamed on Twitter after the BBMAs.)
Speaking of the Billboard Music Awards, fellow show-stopping act Fifth Harmony rebounds to its highest career Hot 100 peak, as “Work From Home,” featuring Ty Dolla $ign, rises 6-5. As previously reported, “Work From Home” becomes 5H’s first No. 1 on the Pop Songs radio airplay chart, marking the first leader by a girl group on the tally in nearly 10 years, since The Pussycat Dolls led for two weeks in September 2006 with “Buttons,” featuring Snoop Dogg.
The Chainsmokers tie their best Hot 100 rank as “Don’t Let Me Down,” featuring Daya, climbs 7-6. The duo reached No. 6 with its prior single, “Roses,” featuring Rozes. “Down” concurrently notches a fifth week at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart.
Rounding out the Hot 100’s top 10, Mike Posner’s “I Took a Pill in Ibiza” falls 5-7, after reaching No. 4, and the three songs capping the region hold in place: Rihanna’s “Work” (No. 8); Zayn’s former No. 1-debuting “Pillowtalk” (No. 9); and “Needed Me” (No. 10), also by BBMAs performer and Billboard Chart Achievement Award winner Rihanna. Last week, “Needed Me” became Rihanna’s 29th Hot 100 top 10, tying her with Michael Jackson for the third-most top 10s. Only BBMAs performer Madonna (38) and the Beatles (34) boast more, with Rihanna having passed the 28 earned by Stevie Wonder, who joined Madonna for the pair’s show-closing tribute to Prince last night, duetting on “Purple Rain” after Madonna’s solo version of “Nothing Compares 2 U.”
Just beyond the Hot 100’s top 10, Calvin Harris’ “This Is What You Came For,” featuring Rihanna, rebounds 15-12 after debuting at No. 9 two weeks ago (arriving as Rihanna’s 28th Hot 100 top 10); Zara Larsson and MNEK’s’ “Never Forget You” pushes 14-13, hitting a new best rank; and Ariana Grande’s No. 10-peaking “Dangerous Woman” ascends 16-14. Her album of the same name was released Friday (May 20). Grande performed the ballad and new single “Into You” on the BBMAs.
Meanwhile, the top debut on the Hot 100 belongs to yet another BBMAs performer, Meghan Trainor, whose “Me Too” bows at No. 39. The song is from Trainor’s second full-length Thank You, which debuts on the Billboard 200 at No. 3.
Find out more news in the weekly “Hot 100 Chart Moves” column to post later this week. And, visit Billboard.com tomorrow (May 24), 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 (May 27).