Just seven days ago, Drake broke into the top 10 of the Billboard Global 200 charts as a song from his new album. Certified lover boy Arrived. Rappers occupy eight spots in a highly competitive area, landing more top ten hits than any other artist in the history of the list at once. Well, a week later, Canada’s great powers still dominate, but others have room to record success.
The Billboard Global 200 is, most basically, a ranking of the 200 most consumed songs in the world each week. Charting companies use formulas that combine sales and streaming activities from numerous platforms and websites in 200 countries around the world to make the best possible songs that billions of people can’t get enough. Create a list of.
The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber’s “Stay” dominated the Billboard Global 200 in the eighth frame and were able to stay at the previous landing site. This is an incredibly long run for a chart just a year ago. Despite the fierce competition of the past few weeks, nothing beats the catchy cut.
This week’s most lofty launch comes from Blackpink member Lisa, who will start her debut solo single “Lalisa” on the runner-up Lang. The song has been so successful in selling and streaming on a large scale (especially on YouTube) that it’s no wonder it’s in the top ten. Lisa followed in the footsteps of her bandmates and ranked second as a Korean solo musician. Rose who participated in the race “On the Ground” in 1st place this spring.
Ed Sheeran owns two spaces in the top 10 of the latest Billboard Global 200. His blockbuster “Bad Habits” returned to 3rd place and the new smash “Shivers” came in 7th place, a big win in his career.
Drake finished fourth in “Way 2 Sexy,” featuring Young Thug and Future, with one of four cuts. Certified lover boy It will appear in the top 10 of this frame on the Billboard Global 200. Recently released “Fair Trade” with fellow Travis Scott (No. 6), “Girls Want Girls” with Lil Baby (No. 8), “Knife” with 21 Savage and Project Pat. “Talk” (No. 10) is all down from where they are. Although landed last time, Drake can still own more real estate in the arena at once than most artists can dream of.
Lil Nas X and Jack Harlow are back in the top 10 of the new Billboard Global 200 with their latest single, “Industry Baby,” on their just-dropped debut album. Montero.. The previous hit topped the list in 3rd place.
The only unexplained spot is owned by Glass Animals, which recorded the first Top 10 hits on the “Heat Wave” on the Billboard Global 200. The indie pop band has become one of the rare top 10 bands in the world, seeing the world’s most successful single bolts from 20th to 9th.
These are the 10 biggest songs in the world this week.
No. 1-The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber-“Stay”
No. 3-Ed Sheeran-“Bad Habits”
No. 4-Drake-“Way 2 Sexy (ft. Young Thug & Future)”
No. 5-Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow-“Industry Baby”
No. 6-Drake- “Fair Trade (ft. Travis Scott)”
No. 7-Ed Sheeran-“Shivering”
No. 8-Drake-“Girls Want Girls (ft. LilBaby)”
No.9-Glass Animals-“Heat Wave”
No. 10-Drake- “Knife Talk (ft. 21 Savage & Project Pat)”