Chart ranks are based on a weighted formula incorporating official-only streams on the two membership and ad-supported tiers of audio and video clip audio services, as effectively as download sales, the latter of which replicate buys from comprehensive-support electronic new music shops from around the environment, with product sales from direct-to-client (D2C) websites excluded from the charts’ calculations.
‘Stay’-tionary Atop World wide 200
“Continue to be” by The Kid LAROI (from Australia) and Justin Bieber (from Canada) provides a sixth 7 days at No. 1 on the Billboard Global 200. The song drew 125.7 million streams and marketed 24,700 downloads (up 1% in every single metric) globally in the Aug. 27-Sept. 2 monitoring week.
“Continue to be” is the next monitor in 2021 to log as several as four months of about 100 million world wide streams, and the 1st to do so consecutively, immediately after tallying 124.9 million (Sept. 4), 123.7 million (Aug. 28) and 108.5 million (Aug. 21). It follows BTS’ “Butter” (289.5 million, 169.9 million, 120.9 million and 101.7 million June 5, 12 and 19 and July 3).
Ed Sheeran’s “Undesirable Habits” holds at No. 2 on the World-wide 200, just after a 7 days atop the chart, and BTS’ “Butter” rebounds 14-3, up 98% to 77.7 million streams and 466% to 52,900 marketed globally. The tune resurges next the Aug. 27 release of its remix with Megan Thee Stallion (who is now shown on the music on equally international charts as full around the world activity for the remix outpaced that of the first and other mixes only by the team in all round metrics through the tracking 7 days). “Butter” led the International 200 in its first two weeks on the chart (June 5 and 12).
Lil Nas X and Jack Harlow’s “Marketplace Child” dips to No. 4 on the World 200 from its No. 3 superior, and Kanye West debuts a few songs in the chart’s top 10: “Hurricane,” at No. 5 “Jail,” at No. 6 and “Off the Grid,” at No. 7, with 52.2 million, 42.7 million and 42 million world streams, respectively.
The tracks from West’s new album Donda mark his initially World wide 200 leading 10s, as he turns into the third act to debut a few songs on the study in the best 10 simultaneously, soon after Drake (March 20) and J. Cole (May well 29).
‘Stay’ Scores Fourth Week at No. 1 on Global Excl. U.S. Chart
The Child LAROI and Justin Bieber’s “Continue to be” posts a fourth 7 days atop the Billboard World Excl. U.S. chart, with 97.7 million streams (up 3%) and 11,600 offered (up 7%) in territories exterior the U.S. in the Aug. 27-Sept. 2 monitoring 7 days.
Ed Sheeran’s “Lousy Behaviors” retains at No. 2 on the World Excl. U.S. chart, just after 5 months at No. 1 BTS’ previous 5-week leader “Butter” blasts 9-3 (67.2 million streams, up 96% 24,400 sold, up 377%, outside the U.S.) Lil Nas X and Jack Harlow’s “Sector Infant” slips to No. 4 from its No. 3 very best and Måneskin’s “Beggin’ ” drops 4-5, after hitting No. 2.
Moreover, Doja Cat’s “Female” jumps 13-8 on the Global Excl. U.S. chart (37.2 million streams, up 12% 1,100 sold, up 13%, outside the U.S.) She notches her third top 10 on the chart, soon after “Kiss Me A lot more,” featuring SZA, achieved No. 5 in May well and “Require to Know” rose to No. 10 on the Sept. 4 listing.
The Billboard World-wide 200 and Billboard World Excl. U.S. charts (dated Sept. 11) will update on Billboard.com tomorrow (Sept. 8). For both charts, the leading 100 titles are available to all viewers on Billboard.com, even though the comprehensive 200-title rankings are obvious on Billboard Pro, Billboard‘s membership-centered service. For all chart information, you can adhere to @billboard and @billboardcharts on the two Twitter and Instagram.