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Meghan Trainor Back on Streaming Songs Chart for First Time in 6 Years

"Made You Look" debuts at No. 49.

For the first time since 2016, Meghan Trainor appears on Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart. “Made You Look,” from Trainor’s new album Takin’ It Back, starts at No. 49 on the Streaming Songs list dated Nov. 12.

In the tracking week ending Nov. 3, “Look” earned 9.3 million official U.S. streams, a 79% boost, according to Luminate.


The slightly unconventional rise – songs from new albums don’t often increase in streams in their second week, and Back bowed Nov. 5 – is thanks in part to virality for “Look” on user-generated content platforms such as TikTok.

Trainor last appeared on Streaming Songs on the tally dated Sept. 24, 2016, when “Me Too” appeared at No. 41.

She boasts eight total entries on the ranking, paced by 10-week No. 1 “All About That Bass” in 2014.

Concurrently, “Look” vaults 95-63 in its second week on the multi-metric Billboard Hot 100, as the chart’s greatest gainer in streaming for the week. It’s Trainor’s highest ranking entry since “No Excuses” debuted and peaked at No. 46 in March 2018. (In between “Excuses” and “Look,” Trainor made the ranking for one week in February 2020 with the Nicki Minaj-featuring “Nice to Meet Ya,” which peaked at No. 89.)

“Look” also debuts at No. 37 on Adult Pop Airplay.

Back debuted at No. 16 on the Billboard 200 dated Nov. 5 and spends its second week on the survey at No. 40 with 15,000 equivalent album units earned.