Drake got his very first No.1 Billboard Hot 100

Drake rules with his crush from his collection “Perspectives,” the new No. 1 title on the Billboard 200. In addition, Fifth Harmony hits the main five and new Hot 100 main 10s for the Chainsmokers and Daya and Calvin Harris and Rihanna.

Drake commends his first No. 1 as a lead artist on the Billboard Hot 100 (dated May 21), as “One Dance,” highlighting WizKid and Kyla, climbs 2-1. The track is from his new collection, Views, which, as beforehand reported, debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with his best deals week and a record-setting week after week spilling all out.

Additionally, the Chainsmokers and Daya ascend to the Hot 100’s main 10 and Calvin Harris and Rihanna debut in the upper district at No. 9.

As Drake appreciates the perspective from the highest point of the Hot 100, we should rundown the chart’s main 10 and that’s just the beginning, as we do each Monday when the chart is revived. Highlights of the airplay, deals and spilling construct Hot 100 post in light of Billboard.com every Monday, with all charts overhauled every Tuesday.

“Move,” discharged on Young Money/Cash Money/Republic Records, turns into Drake’s first Hot 100 No. 1 in a lead part, taking after two toppers as a highlighted artist, both on tracks with Rihanna as the lead: “What’s My Name?” (one week, 2010) and “Work,” which spent its last of nine weeks at No. 1 three weeks back (on the April 30-dated chart). As a lead, Drake had already crested as high as No. 2 twice: with his presentation hit “Best I Ever Had” in 2009 and “Hotline Bling” a year ago.


Drake’s first crowning ceremony as a lead artist had unmistakably been an objective of the star’s: as “Bling” was scaling the Hot 100 a year ago, Drake posted on Instagram: “On the off chance that I get my first number one [as a lead] … it will be the greatest snippet of my profession.”

“Move” is the 1,054th No. 1 in the Hot 100’s history, which dates to Aug. 4, 1958. It likewise turns into Drake’s sixteenth No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, where it in like manner lifts 2-1.

“Move” takes off to the Hot 100’s summit controlled by its 10-1 bounce back on the Digital Songs chart, up by 32 percent to 160,000 downloads sold in the week consummation May 5, as indicated by Nielsen Music (subsequent to having driven the April 30 deals rundown), and its 2-1 climb on Streaming Songs, picking up by 41 percent to 37.4 million U.S. streams and turning into Drake’s second pioneer on the rundown (taking after “Work”). The track moreover hops 12-8 on Radio Songs (87 million in airplay gathering of people, up 25 percent) to wind up his fifteenth main 10 on the count; dating to Drake’s first week on Radio Songs (May 23, 2009), he ties Rihanna for the most main 10s in that traverse.

(Brisk test: Can you name the last Hot 100 No. 1s before Drake’s that incorporate the words “one” and “move” in their titles? Answer toward the end of this story.)

“Move” ousts Desiigner’s “Panda” (1-2) on the Hot 100 following two weeks at No. 1. Still, the track increments by 1 percent to 37 million streams, in spite of the fact that it slips 1-2 following three weeks on Streaming Songs. It limits 13-6 on Digital Songs (102,000, up under 1 percent) and 19-16 on Radio Songs (57 million, up 13 percent). The rapper’s presentation hit spends a fifth week at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Rap Songs chart.

Lukas Graham’s “7 Years” holds at No. 3 on the Hot 100 in the wake of coming to No. 2 and remains the most-heard tune on U.S. radio, spending a second week at No. 1 on Radio Songs (141 million, up 4 percent).

Mike Posner’s “I Took a Pill in Ibiza” hits another Hot 100 high, pushing 5-4. It likewise rises 3-2 on Radio Songs (124 million, up 6 percent). As beforehand reported, the track, Posner’s most noteworthy charting on the Hot 100, turns into the vocalist/musician’s first No. 1 on the Pop Songs airplay chart.

Current Billboard magazine spread act Fifth Harmony scores its first main five hit on the Hot 100, as “Work From Home,” highlighting Ty Dolla $ign, bounced 7-5 (besting its past No. 6 crest). It’s additionally the most elevated “work”- related tune on the chart, as it jumps over Rihanna’s “Work,” including Drake, which holds at No. 6.

Stunningly, “Telecommute” turns into the primary main five Hot 100 hit by a young lady bunch since Dixie Chicks’ nation hit “Not Ready to Make Nice” (No. 4) in 2007; the last demonstration offered its endorsement after taking in the detail, tweeting a hearty, “Congratulations women!” “Telecommute” is the primary Hot 100 main five by a pop young lady bunch subsequent to The Pussycat Dolls’ “Catches,” highlighting Snoop Dogg (No. 3), in 2006 (examination by Billboard’s Keith Caulfield).


The Chainsmokers procure their second Hot 100 main 10, taking off 14-7 with “Don’t Let Me Down,” highlighting Daya, who steps her first main 10. The melody, which beat the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart for a third week, simultaneously achieves the Digital Songs main 10 (76,000, up 7 percent). The electronic DJ twosome of Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall topped at No. 6 with its earlier Hot 100 section, “Roses,” including Rozes. Pop artist Daya moved to No. 23 with her presentation hit, “Cover up Away,” in March.Zayn’s previous No. 1-appearing “Pillowtalk” bounce back 9-8 on the Hot 100, while Calvin Harris impacts onto the Hot 100 at No. 9 with “This Is What You Came For,” highlighting Rihanna. The single starts at No. 3 on Digital Songs (123,000), No. 42 on Radio Songs (29 million in its first entire week of following, after its April 29 landing) and No. 46 on Streaming Songs (7.8 million).

Harris accomplishes his most astounding Hot 100 presentation, besting that of his earlier charted collab with Rihanna: “We Found Love” (charged as Rihanna highlighting Harris) started at No. 16 in 2010, and went ahead to burn through 10 weeks at No. 1. Rihanna ties for her third-most noteworthy presentation and, significantly all the more eminently: Rihanna scores her 28th Hot 100 main 10, tying Stevie Wonder for the fourth-most record-breaking. Madonna leads with 38, trailed by the Beatles (34) and Michael Jackson (29). Rihanna breaks out of a tie with Mariah Carey, Elton John and Janet Jackson, each with 27.

Topping the Hot 100’s main 10, Justin Bieber’s previous two-week No. 1 “Adore Yourself” comes back to the locale (15-10).

Just past the Hot 100’s main 10, Rihanna’s “Required Me,” from her collection Anti, charges to another high (22-13) and star nation team Florida Georgia Line debuts at No. 20 with “H.O.L.Y.,” drove by its No. 2 passage on Digital Songs (125,000). The adoration tune (its title taken from its “high on cherishing you” verse) likewise rockets 39-1 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart, where it’s the pair’s fifth No. 1.

(Test answer! The last Hot 100 No. 1s before Drake’s that incorporate the words “one” and “move” in their titles? Maroon 5’s “One More Night” drove for nine weeks in 2012. Prior to that, Lady Gaga handled her first No. 1, in her first chart visit, with “Simply Dance,” highlighting Colby O’Donis, for three weeks in 2009.)

Discover more news in the week after week “Hot 100 Chart Moves” section to post not long from now. What’s more, visit Billboard.com tomorrow (May 10), when all rankings, incorporating the Hot 100 completely, will revive, as they do every Tuesday.


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