Taylor Swift’s ‘Anti-Hero’ Tops Top 100 for Week Two, Rihanna’s ‘Lift Me Up’ Crashes At Number Two

Taylor Swift’s “Anti-Hero” is spending a second week at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. A week ago, he debuted at the top, with Swift making history as the first artist to claim the top 10 in the poll in a single frame.

Meanwhile, Rihanna is roaring on the Hot 100 at number two with the song Lift Me Up. The song is number 32 on the top ten and number one since 2017.

Hot 100 mixes all types of US broadcast (official audio and video), radio broadcast and sales data. All charts (dated November 12, 2022) will be updated on Billboard.com tomorrow (November 8). For all the chart news, you can follow @Billboard and @Billboardcharts on Twitter and Instagram.

On October 28 – November. 3 weeks tracking, “Anti-Hero” released on Republic Records hit 35.6 million broadcasts (down 40%), 37.6 million radio viewer impressions (up 17%) and sold 17,000 (up 28%, which is A good order for top sellers), bolstered by the availability of its automated version at Swift’s webstore November 3), according to Luminate.

Singles posts in the second week above the song streaming chart; jumps 9-4 in digital song sales; It drops 13-14 in radio songs. (As previously reported, this week painting Broadcast schemes are the first to use monitored Mediabase data; This week’s radio chart includes data from the former BDS watch October 28-30 and Mediabase October 31-November. 3, with Mediabase data to run the survey moving forward).

Swift has recorded four songs in the top 10 top 100 singles, with Anti-Hero followed by Lavender Haze (2-6), “Midnight Rain” (5-7) and “Bejeweled” (6-9). Every song (and every 10 of her top 10 songs from a week ago) is from her new LP midnightwhich records a second week at number one on the Billboard 200 albums chart.

Rihanna returns to the Hot 100 as “Lift Me Up” debuted at number two with 48.1 million radio audiences, 26.2 million broadcasts, and 23,000 sold in its first week, following its October 28 release.

The song starts at number 32 of Rihanna’s Top 100, and is the fifth biggest single in chart history.

Most Billboard Hot 100 Top 10s:
59, drake
40, Taylor Swift
38, Madonna
34, The Beatles
32, Rihanna
30, Michael Jackson
29, Elton John
28, Mariah Carey
28, Stevie Wonder
27, Janet Jackson
26, Justin Bieber
25, Lil Wayne
25, Elvis Presley (with the start of Presley’s career preceding the start of the Hot 100)

Rihanna has had her first Top 10 hit since 2017, when DJ Khaled’s “Wild Idts”, featuring her and Bryson Teller, reached number two for seven weeks from July to September. She first reached the top ten with her debut single “Poon de Replay”, which climbed to number two in July 2005. It debuted at number fourteen, the third biggest hit after the Beatles #20 and Mariah Carey #19.

With “Lift Me Up,” Rihanna ties her career best into the Hot 100, and achieves her best-selling lead as a female artist, after Eminem’s Love the Way You Lie, in which she appeared, debuting at number two in July 2010 (and continues to rule for seven weeks).

Lift Me Up ranked No. 2 on streaming, 3 on digital sales, and 6 on radio. Notably, the song only makes the fourth top 10 radio hit since it became an all-genre chart in December 1998, after Adele’s “Easy on Me” (No. 4, 2021); Lady Gaga “Born This Way” (No. 6, 2011); and Janet Jackson “All for You” (No. 9, 2001).

Rihanna added 36th place in the top 10 in digital song sales, setting her record 30th in radio songs (24th ahead of runner-up Drake) and 15th in broadcast songs. (To help kick-start sales of the song, its original and instrumental version was made available at Rihanna’s web store on November 2, while the original options and instrumental with two alternate covers arrived on November 3.)

The song also opens at #1 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop and Hot R&B singles charts, which use the same Hot 100 methodology. Rihanna adds her eighth lead on the previous chart (dating back to her first single, “Take the Bow” , in 2008) and her sixth on the latter (which began in 2012). The last time she topped both ways was with the song Wild Mindts in 2017.

The song “Lift Me Up” is from the soundtrack released on November 4th to Black Panther: Wakanda Foreverslated for release in theaters on Friday (November 11th).

Sam Smith and Kim Petras bounced “Unholy” 11-3 in the Hot 100, two weeks after climbing to number one, with 40.8 million broadcast viewers (up 53%, winning Hot 100’s Airplay Gainer), 25.1 million streams (up 3 %) and 12,000 sold (up 3%).

Fellow Steve Lacey, former Hot 100 leader “Bad Habits” jumps 12-4. The track concurrently tops Multi-Dimensional Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, Hot Rock Songs, and Hot Alternative Songs for 11 weeks each.

Harry Styles advances “As It Was” from 16 to 5 on the Hot 100, after 15 weeks at number one – the fourth longest reigning streak in chart history. It claims its 30th week in the top 10, becoming the third song to reach that milestone, and rule the 12th frame radio songs (60.2 million, up 2%).

Elsewhere in the Top 10 Hot 100, Post Malone introduces “I Like You (A Happier Song)” featuring Doja Cat, going up 17-8, having reached number three, the song Super Freaky Girl Nicki Minaj 22-10, having opened top of the chart on August 27, topping the multi-chart rap chart for the eleventh week.

Again, for all the chart news, you can follow @Billboard and @Billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram and all charts (dated November 12), including the entire Hot 100, will be updated on Billboard.com tomorrow (November 8).

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