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Morgan Wallen’s “Last Night” leads the busy Billboard Hot 100’s Top 10, adding to its third non-consecutive week on the chart. It debuted last month, marking the country singer-songwriter’s first No.1.

The song is from Wallen’s LP. One thing at a timeIt spent a sixth week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart.

At the top of the Hot 100, Drake’s “Search and Rescue” debuts at No. 2. It’s the superstar’s record-extending 68th top 10.

In addition, Islabon Armado and Peso Palma scored a historic Hot 100 top 10 with “Ella Baila Sola”: their first top 10 each was the first regional Mexican top 10 in the chart’s 64-year history.

The Hot 100 combines all types of US streaming (official audio and official video), radio airplay and sales data. All charts (April 22, 2023) will be updated tomorrow (April 18) on For all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram.

Wallen’s “Last Night,” released on Big Loud/Mercury/Republic Records, has 36.6 million streams (4%) and 34.5 million radio airplay audience impressions (up 16 percent, good for the chart’s top airplay gainer award for the second consecutive week. ) and 10,000. It sold out downloads (up 6%) during the April 7-13 tracking week, according to Luminate.

The track drops to No. 2 on the All-Genre Streamed Songs chart, after five weeks at No. 1. It holds at number 3 on digital song sales, followed by; And it comes out 21-17 on radio songs. It hit multi-format radio and debuted at No. 13 on the Country Airplay chart, No. 20 on Pop Airplay and No. 21 on Adult Pop Airplay and No. 27 on Adult Contemporary.

“Last Night” similarly leads the Hot Country Songs chart, the same pattern as the Hot 100, for a 10th week. It became only the 20th song to top both lists—and the first song since 1981’s Eddie Rabbitt’s “I Love a Rainy Night” that ruled the Hot Country Songs chart for one week and the Hot 100 for two weeks without being accompanied by other acts. .

“Last Night” has now ruled the Hot Country Songs chart for 10 weeks and the Hot 100 for three, making it the first song since Taylor Swift’s “We’ll Never Get Back” to hold that pair’s heights on both charts. Back Together” spent 10 and three weeks at No. 1 in 2012-13, respectively.

Drake’s “Search and Rescue” debuted at No. 4 on the Hot 100. After its premiere on April 7 (one day after announcing the song’s pending release), it had 33.8 million streams, a radio airplay audience of 6.9 million, and 3,600 sold. April 13.

The track opens at No. 1 on Stream Songs, making it Drake’s record-breaking 16th. (The song’s stream total is the second-highest of the week behind Wallen’s “Last Night” on the chart as measured by paid/subscription and ad-supported on-demand streams across all titles, “Search and Rescue” and programmatic/radio streams.)

Drake marks his record-extending 68th Hot 100 top 10 and the start of 2023.

Most Billboard Hot 100 Top 10s:

  • 68, Drake
  • 40, Taylor Swift
  • 38, Madonna
  • 34, The Beatles
  • 32, Rihanna
  • 30, Michael Jackson
  • 29, Elton John
  • 28, Mariah Carey
  • 28, Stevie Wonder
  • 27, Janet Jackson

“Search and Rescue” is Drake’s record-setting 35th top-five Hot 100 hit (putting himself further behind runners-up The Beatles with 29). His 174th Top 40 hit (ahead of Taylor Swift, second with 105). And his 294th entry overall (from Be happy Second take at 207). (He added the 20th top two; The Beatles and Mariah Carey lead with 23 each.)

The track simultaneously marks Drake’s record-extending 27th and 28th No. 1s on the multi-metric Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs charts.

We did some re-searching: “Search and Rescue” surpassed Survivor’s No. 4-highest love song in 1985, “The Search’s Over,” and “Search and Rescue” is the title’s highest chart 100 hit. (Honorable mention “Love Potion Number Nine,” a No. 3 hit by The Seekers in 1965.) Drake’s new hit is the chart-topper with “Rescue” to his name. The Rolling Stones’ “Emotional Rescue” (No. 3, 1980) followed, followed by “Save Me” by Fontella Bass (No. 4, 1965).

Miley Cyrus’ “Flowers” remains at No. 3 on the Hot 100 after eight weeks on Jan. 1. It claimed its ninth week at Radio Songs (93.5 million viewers, down 9 percent).

SZA’s “Kill Bill” retreats to No. 4 on the Hot 100, up from No. 2, where it spent eight weeks at the top spot. It also dominates the Multi-Metric Hot R&B Songs chart for a 17th week. (The new remix featuring Doja Cat arrives Friday, April 14, and will begin contributing to the charts next week.) [dated April 29]all versions of the song are moving to the same chart.)

Metro Boomin, The Weeknd and 21 Savage’s “Creepin'” dips 4-5 on the Hot 100, after hitting No. 3, and Rhema and Selena Gomez’s “Calm” climbs 7-6 for a new high. The latter topped the Billboard US Afrobeats Songs chart for a 33rd week, extending the longest streak since the chart’s launch a year ago (in partnership with music festival and international brand AfroNation).

The Weeknd and Ariana Grande’s “Die for You” drops 5-7 at No. 1 on the Hot 100 after a week on March 1, and PinkPantheress and Ice Spice’s “Boy Is a Liar, Pt. 2 inches slips 6-8, after reaching number 3. Still, the latter becomes each act’s first top 10 at radio songs (14-10; 40.9 million, 3%).

Taylor Swift’s “Anti-Hero” drops from 8-9 on the Hot 100, following a personal-best eight weeks at No. 1 in November-January. It’s now spent 24 weeks in the top 10 — Swift’s longest-running streak in the region set by her 2014-15 debut “Shake It Off.” Next, her “Blank Space” spent a total of 17 weeks in the Top 10, also in 2014-15, followed by “I Knew You Were Trouble.” (16 weeks, 2012-13) and “You’re With Me” (16, 2009).

Rounding out the Hot 100’s top 10 is Eslabon Armado and Peso Plama’s “Ela Baila Sola,” which rises 17-10, led by 24.4 million streams, up 30%, while winning the Hot 100’s Top Stream Gainer title and jumping 6-3 on Stream Songs.

Quartet Islabon Armado, from California, and Peso Pluma, from Mexico, each reached the top of the Hot 100 for the first time – with “Ella Baila Sola” becoming the first regional Mexican song ever to reach the 100’s top 10. The genre has risen in this decade, partly due to exposure on Tik Tok and other social media, Gera MX and Christian Nodal’s “Botella Tras Botella” became the first regional Mexican Hot 100 in May 2021, peaking at number 60.

After “Ella Baila Sola,” Peso Palma has his second top-charting regional Mexican Hot 100 hit: “La Bebe” with Yng Lvcas recently climbed to a new No. 17 on the April 22-dated chart. The next top hits include: Yahritza’s Su Essencia’s “Soy El Unico” (No. 20, April 2022 – debuted at that rank, the top entry for a regional Mexican song) and Fuerza Regida and Grupo Frontera’s “Bebe Dame” (No. 25, this January). ).

Among Latin genres, regional Mexico’s entry into the Hot 100’s top 10 follows Latin pop, which surged in the late 1980s after an English-language hit by Gloria Estefan (plus Los Lobos’ “La Bamba” in Spanish). 90s and from songs (in varying degrees of English and Spanish) by Enrique Iglesias, Jennifer Lopez and Ricky Martin, among other stars. At the same time, Marc Anthony helped push the tropics on the charts. In recent years, Daddy Yankee and Luis Fonsi’s pop-oriented, mostly-Spanish-language “Despacito,” featuring Justin Bieber, spent a then-record 16 weeks at No. 1 in 2017, with Bad Bunny carrying the torch for Spanish-language songs in the top 10 this decade.

As for Latin music in general, Eslabon Armado and Peso Pluma scored the Hot 100’s third Spanish-language top 10 this year, with two Latin pop hits: Bizarrap and Shakira’s “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53” (No. 9, January) and Carol G and Shakira’s “TQG” (No. 7, March).

“Ella Baila Sola” was released by Prajin Parlay/DL Records, both of which debuted in the top 10 of the Hot 100.

The collaboration simultaneously achieved a second week at No. 1 on the Multi-Metric Hot Latin Songs chart, becoming the first for both Eslabon Armado and Peso Pluma. “We didn’t expect the song to create so much noise!” Said Pedro Tovar, lead singer of the former act and the song’s sole author. Billboard On the crown. “When I first wrote the song, I really liked it, but I didn’t expect it to become such a big hit. I already saw it on my stories on Instagram and two days later it went viral on TikTok, and that’s when I knew the song was going to make a big number.

“I don’t normally expect to chart with songs,” says Peso Pluma. “We’re happy with the process.”

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