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Here is an in-depth look at the “Life Goes On” coronation, which was released on November 20 at Bighit Entertainment / Columbia Records as part of PTS ‘new album. Both, No Opening at No. 1 On top of that Billboard 200 Chart. The song is number 1,114 in Hot 100 history.
Streams, Sales and Broadcast: According to Nielsen Music / MRC Data, “Life Goes On” attracted 14.9 million US streams and sold 150,000 in the week ended November 26th. It received 410,000 Radio Airplay viewers for the week ended November 29 (Oklahoma’s KJO Oklahoma City, the only reporter to play double-digit mode: 13).
(Breaking the first week’s sales of the song, it sold 129,000 digital downloads and 20,000 p physical fire singles. The digital download sold for 69 coins, while a cassette single sold for $ 6.98 and a vinyl single for $ 7.98.)
BTS ‘3rd Hot 100 Number 1 in 3 Months: “Life Goes On” is BTS ‘third hot 100 number 1, all three months apart. Its release on the December 5 schedule follows “Dynamite”, which led to a total of three weeks starting with the September 5 survey, and Javsh 685 and Jason Terlulo’s “Savage Love (Loxet – Siren Beat),” which, Assisted by BTS Remix, Oct. 17 tops list.
Covering exactly three months (September 5-December 5-charts), BDS has accumulated three Hot 100 Nos. 1 very quickly in 42 years because the Bee Keys have tripled in more than two months and three weeks, including a singles trio. Saturday night fever Soundtrack: “How Deep Is Your Love” (Three Weeks in No. 1, beginning December 24, 1977); “Stain Alive” (four, February 4, 1978); And “Night Fever” (Eight, March 18, 1978).
PDS made its landing First After the Beatles’ first three leaders, “I Want to Hold Your Hand,” “She Loves You” and “Can’t Me Love You,” the three No. 1s quickly topped the charts. Two months and three days (February 1-April 4, 1964).
PDS’s second act with three Hot 100 No. 1s in 2020, following Ariana Grande’s lead with “Stuck with You” (with Beeper; May 23); “Rain on Me” (with Lady Gaga; June 6); And “Levels” (Nov. 7). The Bees Keys trio, who sent three hits to the top in 1979, are the first action PDS of more than two members with three songs in each of the first songs in the same year: “Too Heaven,” “Tragedy” and “Love You Inside Out.” “
First doubles / group with 2 No. 1 hot 100 introductions BTS was the first duo or group to make two No. 1 Hot 100 debuts because “Life Goes On” followed “Dynamite” when it was screened at the summit.
“Life goes on” 46th single to start at number one in the Hot 100. This is it 11th place to do so in 2020 (All since April), with four songs entering the charts in both 1995 and 2018, almost tripleing the previous record in a single year.
Introducing the first major non-English language No. 1: “Life Goes On” is the first song sung in a non-English language that opens over the Hot 100
The first Hot 100 No. 1 in Hot 100 history was sung primarily in Korean, with Luis Fonseca and Daddy Yankee’s first Spanish, “Despacito” (with a beeper) singing the first No.1 in any language other than English. Ruled 16 weeks in 2017. Prior to “Despacito”, no such song had topped the Hot 100 since Los del Rio’s “Magarena (Base Boys Mix)” ruled for 14 weeks from 1996. Prior to that, Los Lobos’ All-Spanish 1987 cover of Richie Valence’s “La Pamba” language.
No. 19 of 2020: “Life Goes On” is the 19th song to top the Hot 100 for the first time in 2020. 19 to 2006 this year (and most Nielsen Music / MRC data-based information in the chart week from December 1991 onwards to the chart start since November 1991).
“Dynamite” in the top 5 places: “Dynamite,” on BTS ‘album Both, Returning to No. 14 to No. 3 in the Hot 100. In the case of more than two members, The Black Eyed Peas is the first to request two places in the top three or top five of the Hot 100 at the same time. In June-July 2009 it doubled to five weeks with “Boom Boom Bow” and “I Quota Feeling”.
24kg Gold’s “mood” with Ion Dior drops to No. 2 on the Hot 100 at No. 1 after five consecutive weeks, with more than 87.3 million flights (up to 2%). Radio songs Chart for the fifth week, 21.9 million streams (down 2%) and 7,000 sold (down 13%). It ranks first in multi-metric Hot Rock & Alternative Songs And Hot alternative songs Charts for every 14th week and Hot rap songs To the seventh frame (with three charts using the same method as the Hot 100).
Haryana Grande’s “Levels” dropped 3-4 out of the Hot 100, which led to the launch of the chart dated November 7th. It charges 14-9 on radio songs (47.9 million, up 27%), ranking 14th to 10th; In his first week on the shelf (June 7, 2014), with the “problem” with Igi Azalea, he joins Bieber in the top 10 in that interval.
KP Barrett’s “I Hope”, starring Charlie Butt, dominates many metrics after finishing 3rd in the Hot 100 4-5. Hot folk songs The chart for Week 18, and Bieber’s “Holly” with Sans the rapper, peaked at number 6 on the Hot 100, after debuting at its 3rd height.
Drake’s “Laugh Now Cry Later” starring Lil Durk marks the fifth week in Multi-Metric, after dropping 5-7 in the Hot 100 to its 2nd peak. Hot R&B / Hip-Hop Songs Chart (where this marks the track Achieving the 21st Number 1).
Shawn Mendes and Justin Bieber’s “Monster” enters 8th place in the Hot 100, with 19.1 million streams, 14.4 million Airplay viewers and 17,000 sold. It ranks 5th in streaming songs and 7th in digital song sales. (The song has sold 15,000 downloads and 2,000 CD singles, with three CD versions available for $ 3 each: one showing both Mendes and Bieber and only showing Mendes and Bieber, respectively.)
Mendes adds his sixth hot 100 to 10 places and Bieber his 21st place.
After spending four weeks in the top spot, the weekend’s “Blinding Lights” are trailing 7-9 on the Hot 100. It marks the 41st week in the top 10 places while ruling Multi Metric. Hot R&B songs Achievement chart at 37th week.
Rounding out the top 10 spots in the Hot 100, Internet Money and Gunna’s “Lemonade,” featuring Dan Tolver and NAV, slipped to 8-10, after rising to 6th place.
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