Taylor Swift (‘Me’) Bought ‘Street’-Blocked by Lil Nas X on the Charts


Taylor Swift made historical past after the April 26 launch of her new music “Me,” however regardless of big first-week numbers she wasn’t fairly in a position to declare the number-one spot on the Billboard Scorching 100 singles chart dated Could 11. As an alternative, Lil Nas X held that place for the fifth week in a row with “Outdated City Street” that includes Billy Ray Cyrus.

“Me,” which options Panic! on the Disco frontman Brendon Urie, is the lead single from Swift’s forthcoming seventh album. The music video bought extra YouTube and Vevo views in its first 24 hours than some other video fronted by a feminine artist, and it was the quickest video ever to achieve 100 million views (79 hours). The music can also be the week’s greatest vendor with 193,000 downloads, which is one of the best gross sales whole since Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do,” the lead single from her final album, “Popularity.”

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All that was sufficient to launch “Me” from number-100 final week to number-two this week. That’s the most important leap within the historical past of the Scorching 100 and makes it the highest-charting single for Urie and the 23rd top-10 hit for Swift. But it surely didn’t fairly get them to the highest. As an alternative, “Outdated City Street” continues its dominance thanks largely to its large streaming numbers. “Street” racked up 104 million listens, which suggests the music now accounts for 4 of the highest six streaming weeks in historical past.

Rounding out this week’s prime 5 are Submit Malone‘s “Wow” at number-three, the Jonas Brothers‘ “Sucker” at number-four and Submit Malone and Swae Lee‘s “Sunflower” at number-five.


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