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New Around the World: Labrinth & Zendaya Hit Global Charts Following ‘Euphoria’ Finale

"I'm Tired" debuts on the Global 200 & Global Excl. U.S. surveys.

After HBO’s Euphoria aired its season 2 finale on Sunday, Feb. 27, music featured in, and written for, the show continues to permeate Billboard‘s global surveys.

“I’m Tired” is the series’ newest chart entry, marking the fourth title to appear simultaneously on the Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Excl. U.S. rankings for Euphoria composer Labrinth and the first on either list for the show’s Emmy Award-winning lead Zendaya.

Released digitally Feb. 25, the duet debuts on the Global 200 at No. 70 and the Global Excl. U.S. tally at No. 149. It drew 13.3 million streams and sold 2,800 downloads worldwide in the week ending March 3, according to MRC Data. The song joins Labrinth’s “All for Us,” “Formula” and “Mount Everest,” all of which continue their runs on the March 12-dated lists.


Domestically, “I’m Tired” debuts on the U.S.-based Billboard Hot 100 at No. 76, powered by 6.2 million U.S. streams. It also enters Digital Song Sales at No. 34 (2,100 sold).

Zendaya released another tune as part of the Euphoria Season 2 soundtrack March 4, this time duetting with Dominic Fike on “Elliott’s Song,” originally performed in the season 2 finale. (Next week’s March 19-dated charts will reflect activity in the March 4-10 tracking week.)