Sam Smith and Kim Petras ‘Unholy’ Record Second Week Top Top of the World Charts – Billboard

Sam Smith And the Kim Petras‘Unholy’ adds a second week to number one on both Billboard Global 200 And the Billboard Global Except. we Charts, a week later I set off at the top from both surveys.

Plus, Chris BrownUnder the Influence reached the top five on the Global 200 list, rising from sixth to fourth, and Manuel Torizo“La Bachata” hits a score of 7-3 to hit a new level in the Global Excl. we

The two charts, which launched in September 2020, rank songs based on streaming and sales activity picked from more than 200 regions around the world, as compiled by Luminate. Billboard Global 200 includes global data and Billboard Global Excl. The chart for the United States includes data from regions other than the United States

The chart rankings are based on a weighted formula that includes only official streams on both subscriptions and ad-supported tiers of audio-visual music services, as well as download sales, which reflect purchases from full-service digital music sellers from around the world. world, excluding direct-to-consumer (D2C) sales from the charting calculations.

‘Unholy’ Unreturned on Top of Global 200

“Unholy” by artist Sam Smith and Kim Petras took the number one spot on the Billboard Global 200, with 83.3 million streams (up 9% – aided by the official video premiere on September 30) and selling 16,000 downloads worldwide (up 17%). ) from September 30 to October 30. 6 week tracking.

Notably, songs by acts from outside the US have topped the Global 200 for 33 consecutive weeks, spanning seven titles (and five countries), both of which have been record streaks since the chart’s inception. Here is a summary:

‘Heatwaves’, Glass Animals (UK), six weeks into number one, starting March 5
“As It Was,” Harry Styles (UK), April 15-16
“Running in the Hill (Deal with God)”, Kate Bush (UK), 3, 18 June
Bud Music Sessions Vol. 52, Bezarab (Argentina) and Quevedo (Spain), July 4-30
“Pink Poison”, Black Pink (South Korea), September 2, 3
“Shut Down”, BLACKPINK (South Korea), October 1, 1
“Unholy”, Sam Smith (UK) and Kim Petras (Germany), two so far, October 8

Elsewhere in the top five on the Global 200, David Guetta and Bebe Rexha’s song “I’m Good (Blue)” took second place; Harry Styles’ “As It Was” held the third place after setting a record of 15 weeks. Chris Brown Virus-driven strike “Under influence” rises 6-4, marking its first five entries since it started the chart; And OneRepublic’s “I’m Not Worried” is at number five at its best.

Smith, Petras continue to lead on Global Excl. we

“Unholy” Sam Smith and Kim Petras simultaneously claim a second week at #1 on the Billboard Global Excl. US chart, with 60.3 million streams (up 13%) and 6,000 downloads (down 26%) worldwide sold in territories outside the US from September 30 to October 30. 6 week tracking.

Similar to the Global 200, songs from acts outside the United States dominated Global Excl. US chart for 31 consecutive weeks, covering nine titles (six countries), and similarly record streaks:

“Heat Waves,” Glass Animals (UK), three weeks into number one, starting March 19
“Envolver”, Anitta (Brazil), One, April 9
“As It Was,” Harry Styles (UK), April 13-16
“Not Coming Yet”, BTS (South Korea), Single, June 25
“Running in the Hill (Deal with God)”, Kate Bush (UK), Single, July 16
Bud Music Sessions Vol. 52, Bezarab (Argentina) and Quevedo (Spain), July 6-30
“Pink Poison”, Black Pink (South Korea), Three, Sept. 3
“Shut Down”, BLACKPINK (South Korea), October 1, 1
“Unholy”, Sam Smith (UK) and Kim Petras (Germany), two so far, October 8

David Guetta and Bebe Rexha’s “I’m Good (Blue)” recurs at number two worldwide Excl. Best US; Manuel Torrizo’s “La Bachata” reached a new level, advancing 7-3 to overtake the previous fifth peak in Colombian artistThe first five-entry Harry Styles “As It Was” rebounded 5-4 after his 13-week record run. and Bizarrap and Quevedo’ Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52″ former six-week leader slips 4-5.

Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Excl. US Charts (October 15, 2022) will be updated on Billboard.com tomorrow (October 11). For both charts, the top 100 titles are available to all readers on Billboard.com, while the full 200 titles rankings appear on Billboard Pro, paintingSubscription based service. For all the chart news, you can follow @Billboard and @Billboardcharts on Twitter and Instagram.

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