Drake leads the Billboard Hot 100 (dated July 2) for a sixth nonconsecutive week with “One Dance,” featuring WizKid and Kyla. Plus, Sia‘s “Cheap Thrills,” featuring Sean Paul, and newcomer Kent Jones‘ “Don’t Mind” each reach the top 10.
As we do every Monday when the Hot 100 is refreshed, 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 sixth week (and fifth in a row), it earns a ninth week atop the subscription services-based On-Demand Songs streaming chart with 20.3 million on-demand U.S. plays (down 10 percent) in the week ending June 23, according to Nielsen Music. It stays at No. 2 on the overall Streaming Songs chart, after leading the list six weeks ago, with 22.5 million U.S. streams (down 10 percent).
“Dance” rebounds 3-2 on the Digital Songs sales chart, which it led for two weeks (88,000 downloads sold, down 6 percent), and keeps at No. 2 on Radio Songs, after a week on top (159 million in audience, up 3 percent). Drake’s first Hot 100 No. 1 as a lead artist rules Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart for a seventh week.
“Dance” is from Drake’s album Views, which, as previously reported, logs a seventh week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. Our weekly update: With Drake having led both the Hot 100 and Billboard 200 for each of the past five weeks, he is the first artist to double up atop the rankings for five straight frames since Adele did so for six 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 five straight weeks before Drake was 50 Cent, who earned the honor for six weeks in a row in 2005 with “Candy Shop” (featuring Olivia) and parent set The Massacre.
After debuting at No. 1 on the Hot 100 five 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!” rebounds 3-2. It spends a sixth week at No. 1 on Digital Songs (124,000, down 10 percent), becoming his longest-leading No. 1 on the ranking, passing “SexyBack,” which led for five weeks in 2006. “Feeling” also sets a new personal best for Timberlake at radio: it’s the most-heard song on U.S. airwaves, logging a third week at No. 1 on Radio Songs with 163 million in audience (up 3 percent); that marks Timberlake’s best weekly audience for a song, passing the 159 million that “Mirrors” drew at its peak (June 22, 2013). “Feeling” also tops the Pop Songs and Adult Pop Songs genre airplay charts for a third week each. On Streaming Songs, “Feeling” retreats 8-9 (11.6 million, down 6 percent).
“Feeling” is from the animated film Trolls, due in theaters Nov. 4; Timberlake voices a role and 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.
Desiigner’s former two-week Hot 100 No. 1 “Panda” tumbles 2-3. Still, it tops Streaming Songs for a ninth total week, drawing 29.3 million domestic streams (down 9 percent). The track rebounds 9-8 on Digital Songs (61,000, down 10 percent) and dips to No. 14 from its No. 10 high on Radio Songs (68 million, down 10 percent). The rapper’s breakthrough hit earns an 11th week at No. 1 on the Hot Rap Songs chart.
The Chainsmokers’ first top five Hot 100 hit, “Don’t Let Me Down,” featuring Daya, holds at its No. 4 high. It bullets at No. 3 on Radio Songs (124 million, up 3 percent) and rises 5-4 on Digital Songs (72,000, down 6 percent) and 6-4 on Streaming Songs (14.9 million, down 2 percent). It dominates Billboard’s Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart for a ninth week.
Rounding out the Hot 100’s top five, Fifth Harmony’s first top five, “Work From Home,” featuring Ty Dolla $ign, remains at No. 5 after reaching No. 4. Meanwhile, 5H’s follow-up, “All in My Head (Flex),” featuring Fetty Wap, is the top debut, at No. 32, on Pop Songs (where “Work From Home” spent two weeks at No. 1).
Calvin Harris’ “This Is What You Came For,” featuring Rihanna, reaches a new Hot 100 peak, pushing 7-6. The cut rises 8-5 on Digital Songs (69,000 sold, down 4 percent) and 9-7 on Radio Songs (84 million, up 11 percent) and is stationary at No. 14 on Streaming Songs (10.2 million, on par with last week’s total). “This” should rise in streaming on next week’s charts, following the premiere of its official video Thursday (June 16).
More Rihanna: the superstar’s own “Needed Me” hits a new Hot 100 peak, jumping 9-7. The song holds at No. 3 on Streaming Songs (16.4 million, down 2 percent) and gains 21-20 on Radio Songs (54 million, up 11 percent) and 23-22 on Digital Songs (35,000,down 4 percent).
As Mike Posner’s No. 4-peaking “I Took a Pill in Ibiza” descends 8-9 on the Hot 100, two songs enter the Hot 100’s top 10, sandwiching the track, led by Sia’s “Cheap Thrills,” featuring Sean Paul, which blasts 13-8. The reggae-infused collab also enters the Digital Songs top 10 (12-7; 65,000, up 23 percent) and surges 18-13 on Radio Songs (71 million, up 29 percent), good for the Hot 100’s top Airplay Gainer honor for a second week, and 17-15 on Streaming Songs (9.8 million, up 8 percent). (A newly released remix of “Thrills,” featuring Nicky Jam, could aid the song’s fortunes going forward.)
Sia scores her fourth Hot 100 top 10 and ties her best rank as a lead: “Chandelier” reached No. 8 in August 2014; she first hit the top 10 as featured on Flo Rida’s “Wild Ones” (No. 5) and David Guetta’s “Titanium” (No. 7), both in 2012. Sia (real name: Sia Kate Furler) also boasts two other top 10s, including a No. 1, as a co-writer: of Ne Yo’s “Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)” and Rihanna’s “Diamonds,” which, coincidentally, both reached their peaks Dec. 1, 2012, the former hitting No. 6 and the latter ruling at No. 1 for three weeks. (Sia has co-written all four of her top 10s as an artist.) Paul earns his ninth Hot 100 top 10 and first since Jay Sean’s “Do You Remember,” featuring Paul and Lil Jon, rose to No. 10 back in January 2010.
Reaching the Hot 100’s top 10 in its 18th week on the chart, “Thrills” ties DNCE’s “Cake by the Ocean” for the steadiest climb to the top 10 in 2016. The last longer rise to the region? Elle King’s debut hit “Ex’s & Oh’s,” which completed a 19-week trip (Nov. 28, 2015).
Also new to the Hot 100’s top 10, Kent Jones’ debut hit “Don’t Mind” darts 11-10. The track ascends 10-7 on Streaming Songs (12.6 million, up 4 percent), 16-12 on Radio Songs (73 million, up 16 percent) and 19-16 on Digital Songs (41,000, essentially even from last week).
“Mind” finds Jones making multilingual romantic greetings in its lyrics and interpolates late R&B legend Barry White’s “Practice What You Preach,” a No. 18 Hot 100 hit in 1994. “I’m a huge Barry White fan, so I had to pay homage,” Jones says. “I just like everything and everybody, and I like being able to introduce myself. I love to know how to speak to people no matter where they’re from. That’s the basis of the song: to tap a nerve in each demographic culture.”
White (who passed away at age 58 in 2003) ranks in the Hot 100’s top 10 as a writer for the first time in nearly 20 years, since Quad City DJ’s’ “C’Mon N’ Ride It (The Train)” rolled to No. 3 in August 1996; that song samples White’s theme to the 1974 film Together Brothers. (White last logged a Hot 100 top 10 as an artist with 1977’s No. 4-peaking “It’s Ecstasy When You Lay Down Next to Me,” his sixth and final top 10.)
Just beyond the Hot 100’s top 10, twenty one pilots’ “Ride” rises 15-13, while leading the Hot Rock Songs chart for a second week; Nick Jonas’ “Close,” featuring Tove Lo, rebounds 27-14, passing its prior No. 15 peak as his new album, Last Year Was Complicated, debuts on the Billboard 200 at No. 2; and, Meghan Trainor’s “Me Too” vaults 31-18.
Find out more Hot 100 news in Billboard’s new weekly original video series, Charts Center, featuring chart information and commentary, interviews with artists, exclusive performances and more. Plus, check out the weekly “Hot 100 Chart Moves” column to post later this week. And, visit Billboard.com tomorrow (June 21), 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 24).