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Wallen’s “Wasted on You” opens with 17.9 million U.S. streams and 10,000 downloads sold in the week ending Jan. 14, according to MRC Data. The song, which debuts at No. 3 on the Streaming Songs chart and No. 7 on Digital Song Sales, is from the singer-songwriter’s 30-song LP Dangerous: The Double Album, which bounds in at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 265,000 equivalent album units, as it logs the best streaming week ever for a country album.
Wallen adds his second Hot 100 top 10, after fellow Dangerous track “7 Summers” debuted at its No. 6 peak last August.
SZA’s “Good Days” jumps 23-10 on the Hot 100 with 20.1 million streams (up 31%), 2.1 million radio airplay audience impressions (up 217%) and 3,000 sold (up 47%). It pushes 3-2 on Streaming Songs and re-enters Digital Song Sales at a new No. 38 high.
The song, released Christmas Day, marks SZA’s third Hot 100 top 10 and first on her own. She initially reached the region as featured on Maroon 5’s “What Lovers Do,” which hit No. 9 in November 2017. “All the Stars,” with Kendrick Lamar, rose to No. 7 in March 2018.
Below Rodrigo’s “Drivers License” in the Hot 100’s top five, 24kGoldn’s “Mood,” featuring Iann Dior, dips to No. 2, after eight weeks at No. 1. It tops the multi-metric Hot Rock & Alternative Songs and Hot Alternative Songs charts for a 20th week each and Hot Rap Songs for a 14th frame, with all three charts using the same methodology as the Hot 100.
Ariana Grande’s “Positions” backtracks 2-3 on the Hot 100. It led the Nov. 7-dated chart upon its debut.
The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” descends 3-4 on the Hot 100. The song spent four weeks at No. 1 (eventually ranking as the Hot 100’s top hit of all of 2020) and logs its 58th total week on the chart. It adds a record-extending 45th week in the top 10 and record-furthering 36th week in the top five. The track also claims an eighth week at No. 1 on the multi-metric Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart and a record-padding 42nd frame atop Hot R&B Songs.
Chris Brown and Young Thug’s “Go Crazy” keeps at its No. 5 high on Hot 100 as it hits No. 1 on Radio Songs (2-1; 80.2 million in audience, up 1%).
The collab completes the second-longest climb to No. 1 in the Radio Songs chart’s 30-year history; three of the nine songs to take the longest trips to the top have led since last year:
35 weeks, “I Hope,” Gabby Barrett feat. Charlie Puth, 2020
32 weeks, “Go Crazy,” Chris Brown & Young Thug, 2020-21
27 weeks, “Kryptonite,” 3 Doors Down, 2000
26 weeks, “Need You Now,” Lady A, 2009-10
24 weeks, “Breathe Again,” Toni Braxton, 1993-94
23 weeks, “Before You Go,” Lewis Capaldi, 2020
23 weeks, “Hanging by a Moment,” Lifehouse, 2001
23 weeks, “Slide,” Goo Goo Dolls, 1998-99
23 weeks, “Semi-Charmed Life,” Third Eye Blind, 1997
“Go Crazy” crowns Radio Songs after it led Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay for six weeks beginning in July 2020; it holds at No. 2 on the latter list this week and has ranked in the top five for 31 consecutive weeks. It topped Rhythmic Airplay for a week in August and spent three frames atop Adult R&B Airplay (through last week). The song continues its Pop Airplay crossover, rising 8-7 this week.
Brown adds his fourth Radio Songs No. 1 and first in over a dozen years, since “Forever” led for three weeks in September 2008 and “With You” reigned for six weeks beginning that March. Before that, his debut single “Run It!” ruled for seven weeks beginning in November 2005.
Brown sets two Radio Songs records in his return to No. 1: He ends the longest gap between time on top (12 years and four months, from “Forever” through “Go Crazy”) and now boasts the longest span of leading the list (15 years, two months and one week, from “Run It!” through “Go Crazy”).
Brown claims the mark for the longest break between Radio Songs No. 1s from Christina Aguilera, who waited 10 years, two months and three weeks between “Lady Marmalade,” with Lil’ Kim, Mya and P!nk, in 2001, and her featured role on Maroon 5’s “Moves Like Jagger” in 2011. He passes Mariah Carey by one week for the longest span of leaders; Carey’s stretch of No. 1s covers 15 years and two months, from “Love Takes Time” in 1990 through “Don’t Forget About Us” in 2006.
Young Thug notches his second Radio Songs No. 1 and first in a lead role, following his featured turn on Camila Cabello’s “Havana” (four weeks, 2017-18).
Elsewhere in the Hot 100’s top 10, Dua Lipa’s “Levitating,” featuring DaBaby, ascends 7-6 for a new high; Justin Bieber’s “Holy,” featuring Chance the Rapper, falls 4-7, after it debuted at its No. 3 peak in October; and AJR’s “Bang!” rises 9-8, a week after becoming the brother trio’s first top 10.
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