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Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ ‘Thrift Shop’ No. 1 On Hot 100 for Fourth Week

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis tally a fourth week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with "Thrift Shop," featuring Wanz. And, even though the chart's top six titles remain at their same ranks as last week…

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis tally a fourth week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Thrift Shop,” featuring Wanz. And, even though the chart’s top six titles remain at their same ranks as last week, action abounds in the top 10, with Maroon 5 and Bruno Mars reaching the region, while Taylor Swift takes over atop the Radio Songs ranking.

THE HOT 100: Covered
Nos. 2 and 9

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No. 5

Justin Bieber
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“Thrift” maintains its Hot 100 command while logging a pair of notable sales feats. The track sold 389,000 downloads (up 2%) during the week ending Feb. 10, according to Nielsen SoundScan, marking the fifth consecutive week that it’s sold at least 300,000. In the decade-plus that SoundScan has been tracking digital sales, “Thrift,” which dominates Digital Songs for a fifth week, is just the fourth song to string together at least five weeks of sales of 300,000 or more.  It joins Eminem’s “Love the Way You Lie,” featuring Rihanna (five weeks, 2010), Gotye’s newly-anointed Grammy Award winner for Record of the Year, “Somebody That I Used to Know,” featuring Kimbra (six, 2012), and fun.’s “We Are Young (which won the Song of the Year trophy at the Grammys Sunday night) (seven, 2012).

With its latest sales frame, “Thrift” passes 3 million in sales since its release (3,099,000). Macklemore & Lewis’ debut album, “The Heist,” bullets at No. 19 on the Billboard 200 chart and has sold 336,000 copies in the U.S. to date.


“Thrift” bounds 7-4 on Radio Songs, increasing by 14% to 102 million all-format audience impressions, according to Nielsen BDS. It leads the Rhythmic genre airplay chart for a second week, is the Greatest Gainer on Pop Songs (8-7, up 21%), bullets again at No. 15 on Alternative Songs and debuts at No. 46 on R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay (3 million, up 33%).

“Thrift” stays atop Streaming Songs with 2.1 million streams (up 4%), according to BDS. It leads On-Demand Songs for a fifth week with 1.9 million on-demand streams (up 2%), again rewriting its own record for the most weekly on-demand streams dating to the inception of the chart last March. (On-Demand Songs includes data from subscription services Spotify, Rdio, Muve Music, Slacker, Rhapsody and Xbox Music.).

As it remains atop the Hot 100, “Thrift” crowns Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs for a fifth week and Rap Songs for a sixth frame.

Mars’ “Locked Out of Heaven” holds at No. 2 for a fourth week after spending six weeks atop the Hot 100. “Thrift” again widens its lead atop the Hot 100 over “Heaven,” as approximately 27,000 overall chart points separate the titles (after the margin was about 22,000 points last week). “Thrift” gains by 5% in points, while “Locked” declines by 4%.

Approximately just 2,000 chart points separate the titles between Nos. 2 and 6 on the Hot 100, with and Britney Spears’ “Scream & Shout” remaining at No. 3, and leading Dance/Electronic Songs for a fifth week. It climbs 8-6 on Radio Songs (95 million, up 13%) and holds at No. 2 on Digital Songs (163,000, down 5%) and No. 7 on Streaming Songs (1.08 million, down 5%).

The Lumineers’ “Ho Hey” is static at No. 4 on the Hot 100 (while topping Hot Rock Songs for a 13th week) and Taylor Swift’s No. 2-peaking “I Knew You Were Trouble” stays at No. 5. “Trouble,” meanwhile, ascends to the Radio Songs summit (2-1) with a 2% increase to 133 million, dethroning Mars’ “Heaven” after seven weeks on top. “Trouble” marks Swift’s second Radio Songs No. 1, following “You Belong With Me” (two weeks, 2009).

Swedish House Mafia’s “Don’t You Worry Child,” featuring John Martin, remains at No. 6 on the Hot 100, led by a 4-3 push on Radio Songs (108 million, up 10%).

Maroon 5 scores its seventh Hot 100 top 10, as “Daylight” roars 14-7. The song concurrently becomes the band’s seventh top 10 on Radio Songs, where it rises 12-9 (76 million, up 13%), while advancing 10-7 on Digital Songs (121,000, up 28%) and entering Streaming Songs at No. 45 (507,000, up 1%). Maroon 5 performed the song with Alicia Keys at the Grammy Awards on Sunday as a medley with her hit “Girl on Fire” (which holds at No. 12 on the Hot 100).

With previous singles “Payphone,” featuring Wiz Khalifa, having reached No. 2 and “One More Night” leading for nine weeks, Maroon 5 has racked three Hot 100 top 10s from an album (“Overexposed”) for the first time. It tallied two, the No. 5 hits “This Love” and “She Will Be Loved,” from “Songs About Jane” in 2004.

Fellow Grammy Awards performer (and segment emcee) Justin Timberlake returns to the Hot 100’s top 10 with “Suit & Tie,” featuring Jay Z (13-8). After debuting at No. 84 four weeks ago, “Suit” rocketed to No. 4 following its first full week of sales, then retreated to No. 13 for two frames. The lead track from Timberlake’s third album, “The 20/20 Experience” (due March 19), becomes his 11th top 10 on Radio Songs, where it surges 14-10 (65 million, up 3%) and first as a lead artist since “Until the End of Time,” with Beyonce (No. 10), in October 2007. (Timberlake notched four Radio Songs top 10s in 2000-02 as a member of ‘N Sync). “Suit” powers 11-8 on Digital Songs (120,000, up 33%) and 30-19 on Streaming Songs (664,000, up 7%).

Mars’ “When I Was Your Man” flies 22-9 with top Streaming and Airplay Gainer honors on the Hot 100, becoming his 10th top 10. The piano ballad propels 49-18 on Streaming Songs (663,000, up 31%) and 51-30 on Radio Songs (40 million, up 46%). On Digital Songs, “Man” likewise makes a notable move, rising 7-4 (159,000, up 52%). With “Heaven” at No. 2, Mars is the first male artist to place two titles as a lead act in the Hot 100’s top 10 simultaneously since his own “Grenade ” and “Just the Way You Are” doubled up for eight consecutive weeks in December 2010/January 2011.

Justin Bieber’s No. 5-peaking “Beauty and a Beat,” featuring Nicki Minaj, rounds out the Hot 100’s top 10, falling 7-10.

Check tomorrow (Feb. 14), when all rankings, including the Hot 100 and On-Demand Songs in their entirety and Digital Songs and Radio Songs, will be refreshed, as they are each Thursday.