5 songs that make moves on the Hot 100


A number of newly released tracks from beloved and powerful bands, rappers and pop singers are finding their way to the Hot 100 this week, but perhaps the most notable song is the one that’s now on the charts. for almost exactly a year and a half, making it one of the longest-running hits of all time … and it hasn’t yet.

Here’s a look at five of the biggest moves on this week’s Hot 100 Singles Chart.

N ° 8 – J. Cole – “Interlude”

A week before his new album Low season No. 1 on the Billboard 200 (which should arrive roughly the next day), J. Cole scores another top 10 on the Hot 100 with the last single released from the set, “Interlude”. The tune opens at # 8, giving the rapper his sixth placement between # 10 and 10 on the count.

Next week, the hip-hop powerhouse will surely land at least one more smash, if not several in the region.

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N ° 12 – The Weeknd – “Blinding Lights”

The Weeknd’s ‘Blinding Lights’, which has now become one of the most successful songs in US history, at least looking at performance records on the Hot 100, is only a year away of number 12. The runway is narrowly missing when landing inside. the top 10 again in its seventy-fifth frame of the standings. The Air is only the fourth release to hit this milestone, and if it can find room on the roster for another image, it will be the third longest single of all time.

# 20 – Machine Gun Kelly – “My Ex’s Best Friend (ft. Blackbear)”

This past September, hip-hop and pop-punk musician Machine Gun Kelly won his No. 1 debut album on the Billboard 200 with My Downfall Tickets, and although many releases have already been completed, the latest single from this project is getting bigger and bigger with each passing frame. This time around, “My Ex’s Best Friend”, a joint track with Blackbear, climbs to # 20, entering the top 20 for the first time.

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N ° 53 – Coldplay – “A higher power”

Coldplay is back with a pop cut that could prove to be one of the biggest hits of the summer, especially if it can quickly gain momentum on radio in the United States. “Higher Power” opens at No.53, bringing the British rock band back to the list of the most consumed feature films in the country, and this is perhaps just the first taste of an album to. come.

N ° 74 – Rose – “Everything I know so far”

Suddenly it looks like pink is everywhere. The singer-songwriter is entering another busy period, as she now has a new documentary, a live album and a single, with all three projects sharing the name “All I Know So Far”. The song hits No.74 on the Hot 100 this week, while the feature is expected to hit the Billboard 200 in the next frame.

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