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Charts for 2021 – Billboard

Dua Lipa“Levitating” of victory when it became the number 1 hit Billboards‘NS Ranking of 100 hot songs at the end of 2021, following its record-breaking performance on the weekly chart, which combines streaming, radio broadcast, and sales data.

While, Olivia Rodrigo leader BillboardsHot 100 Artists’ 2021 end-of-year recap, becoming the youngest woman ever to win the top honor in the category during the 63-year archive of the chart.

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Billboard’s year-end music summaries represent aggregate indexes for individual artists, titles, labels, and music contributors on the weekly chart from November 21, 2020 to November 13, 2020. November 2021. The rankings for summaries are based on MRC Data reflecting album equivalents, broadcast, sales, or streaming during the weeks in which the film appeared on the respective chart for the week. year of follow-up. Any activity registered before or after the title’s chart run is not considered in these rankings. Details of that methodology and the November-November period are responsible for the discrepancies between these lists and the calendar year summary independently compiled by MRC Data.

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” Levitating ” Do it on Billboards The chart is completely surreal’

“Levitating” debuted on the weekly Hot 100 on October 17, 2020. It peaked at #2 in the May 22, 2021 survey, and as of December 4, the latest listing, has yet to leave. from the graph. The song ranks within the Hot 100’s top 40 each week of the 2021 chart (November 21, 2020 to November 13, 2021), with 41 of them in the top 10 – a record for a single by a woman on Hot 100’s History. Overall, it’s just behind The Weeknd’s 57 weeks in the top 10 with “Blinding Lights”, End of 2020 Hot 100 number 1.

“It’s great when you work hard, especially despite the pandemic, when you have limited resources,” marveled Lipa. Billboards knowing the highest year-end status for “Flying”. “So it means a lot to me. ‘Levitating’ does its job on Billboards The chart is completely surreal. That song has been my baby for a very long time, and for it to be spread around the world, and for people to respond like that, it was absolutely a wonderful thought for me. I’m really, really, really grateful for it all. ”

“Levitating”’s tenacity paid off as it was only the third song to crown the Hot 100 year-end number one without reaching number one on the weekly Hot 100 chart. Since the rankings began in August 1958, a leader not following the previous week has won over the course of a year only in 2000 and 2001, when Faith Hill’s “Breathe” and “Hanging by a Moment” by Lifehouse are the biggest hits of each respective year. Both songs also peaked at #2 on the weekly Hot 100, the former for five weeks and the latter four. Both songs, as well as “Levitating,” recorded within the past year, have run on the chart. Overall, continue to facilitate their highest year-end finish overall.

The year-end No. 1 spot on Hot 100 Songs was by a female lead artist for the first time in 10 years, since Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep” took the throne in 2011. (Last No. 1 at the end of the year. Best for a female artist is 2012’s “Somebody That I Used to Know” with Gotye in the lead role and Kimbra in a featured role.)

“Levitating” also topped the Billboard Global 200 end of 2021, Streaming Songs, Radio Songs, Pop Airplay, Adult Pop Airplay, and Billboard Canadian Hot 100.

The song navigated a winding road to chart success. First released on Lipa’s album Future nostalgia in March 2020, it debuted on Pop Airplay in October 2020 and initially peaked at #4 for two weeks in January. It fell off the list for two months in March-May before returning in May. Helping spark its revival, Lipa and DaBaby, featured artists on the song’s most prominent remix, performed “Levitating” at the Grammy Awards in March as part of the concert program. with the lead role Future nostalgia single “Don’t Start Now”, a Hot 100 number 2 hit in March 2020 and number 4 song of all 2020.

“Levitating” also goes high when making the background music for clips on TikTok. “I really believe TikTok has brought it back to the forefront of pop culture,” said Erik Bradley, music director at KNOU Los Angeles and assistant program director/md at WBBM-FM Chicago, told Billboards in June. “It is certainly an interesting case. There was a time when it was popping up again on the radio when you couldn’t open TikTok without seeing it all over your feed. “

The song maintains a prominent weekly presence on the Hot 100 even after its DaBaby version largely dropped radio follow rappers controversial comment at the Rolling Loud festival in Miami on July 25. (In a July 27 Instagram post, Lipa wrote of DaBaby: “I really didn’t realize this was who I was working with. I know. my fans know where my heart lies and that I 100% support the LGBTQ community.”)

The Weeknd’s “Save Your Tears,” featuring Ariana Grande, peaked at #2 on the year-end Hot 100 Songs chart. It was originally released as a solo track by The Weeknd in 2020 and received a boost, helping to bring it to the top. No.1 on Hot 100 weekly in May, from their collaboration. Plus, the 2020 end of Hot 100 champion, The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights,” is the Hot 100 No. 3 title of 2021. He’s the first artist to have 2 out of 3 Hot 100 hits at the end of the year since. since Justin Bieber holds Nos. 1 and 2 in 2016 with “Love Yourself” and “Sorry”, respectively.

Rounding out the top 5 on the Hot 100 Songs chart at the end of 2021 are 24kGoldn’s “Mood”, with iann dior, at number four and Olivia Rodrigo’s “Good 4 U” at number five. 100 for the eight weeks of this October 2020 through January, while after that 1st in May’s debut week, became Rodrigo’s second No. 1, after “Driver’s License,” the number 8 hit of the year, which has dominated the Hot 100 for eight weeks since January debut.

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Meanwhile, Rodrigo crowned the Hot 100 Artists chart for 2021, also highlighted by the year-end singles “Deja Vu” (#13) and “Traitor” (#38) in the year-end chart. the Hot 100 Songs of the Year recap, with songs, each of which are within the Hot 100 weekly top 10 and her two weekly top hits are both from her debut LP, Sour.

Rodrigo is the first woman to take the top spot on the Hot 100 Artists since Katy Perry in 2014. The 18-year-old singer-songwriter also made history as the youngest woman ever to hold the top spot. #1 on Hot 100 Artists. Of all the artists, she is the youngest to achieve the feat since Michael Jackson, then 14, with Al Green won the title in 1972.

Drake comes in at #2 on the Hot 100 Artists for 2021, bringing his total for the year on the chart to nine career #1s and extending a record 54 top 10 spots. he’s The Weeknd, Bieber and Doja Cat, at 2nd to 5th, in the top 5 respectively.

https://www.billboard.com/music/chart-beat/dua-lipa-levitating-2021-hot-100-top-song-year-in-charts-1235004941/ Charts for 2021 – Billboard

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