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‘Euphoria’ Scores 5 of 10 Spots on Top TV Songs Chart, Led by Labrinth & Zendaya

The HBO teen drama concluded its first season in early August.

Euphoria fever spreads to the charts, as the rookie HBO drama dots The Hollywood Reporter’s Top TV Songs chart, powered by Tunefind, for August 2019, led by Labrinth and Zendaya’s “All for Us” at No. 1.

Rankings for the Top TV Songs chart are based on song and show data provided by Tunefind and ranked using a formula blending that data with sales and streaming information tracked by Nielsen Music during the corresponding period.

Originally released as a Labrinth-only single earlier this year (and also featured on Euphoria), the Zendaya duet version crowns Top TV Songs with more  digital downloads (10,000) and domestic streams (15.8 million) than any other track on the August list following its appearance in the Aug. 4 season finale, according to Nielsen Music.


In fact, each of the songs from Euphoria that make the 10-position chart are from that finale, with the Oliver remix of Big Data’s “Dangerous,” featuring Joywave, ranking at No. 3 (3,000 downloads, 5.9 million streams), and BTS’ “Euphoria (No. 7; 1,000 downloads, 7.1 million streams), Donny Hathaway’s “A Song for You” (No. 8; 3,000 downloads, 2.7 million streams) and Too $hort’s “Blow the Whistle” (No. 10; 2,000 downloads, 2.6 million streams) also reaching the tally.

Euphoria was renewed for a second season on July 11, but a premiere date has not yet been announced.

See the full top 10, also featuring songs from Orange Is the New Black, Ballers, Animal Kingdom and Mindhunter, below.

Rank, Title, Artist, TV Show (Network)

1. “All for Us,” Labrinth & Zendaya, Euphoria (HBO)
2. “Rise Up,” Andra Day, Orange Is the New Black  (Netflix)
3. “Dangerous (feat. Joywave) (Oliver Remix),” Big Data, Euphoria (HBO)
4. “Hustling All My Life,” Nipsey Hussle, Ballers (HBO)
5. “Can’t You See,” The Marshall Tucker Band, Animal Kingdom (TNT)
6. “In Every Dream Home a Heartache,” Roxy Music, Mindhunter (Netflix)
7. “Euphoria,” BTS, Euphoria (HBO)
8. “A Song for You,” Donny Hathaway, Euphoria (HBO)
9. “(If) The Book Doesn’t Sell,” Ritt Momney, Ballers (HBO)
10. “Blow the Whistle,” Too $hort, Euphoria (HBO)