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Miley Cyrus' monster hit 'Flowers' tops the United World Chart for a 12th consecutive week with 387,000 points, including 218,000 from streaming, 45,000 from sales and 124,000 from airplay for a total of 6,059,000, and is the #1 song of 2023 so far, debuting at #433 this week on the All Time chart!

Posted on April 12, 2023



Miley Cyrus' monster hit 'Flowers' tops the United World Chart for a 12th consecutive week with 387,000 points including 218,000 from streaming, 45,000 from sales and 124,000 from airplay for a total of 6,059,000, and is the #1 song of 2023 so far, debuting at #433 this week on the All Time chart! "Flowers" is the lead single from Miley's 8th studio album, 'Endless Summer Vacation', and was released on Friday 13, 2023 via Columbia Records. The track is a massive success, and broke the record for the most-streamed song in a single week in Spotify history with 96 Million listens, going on to break its own record in its 2nd week, drawing another 115M incredible streams! "Flowers" became the fastest song to reach 100 Million plays on Spotify globally in less than 7 days, breaking the record previously held by BTS's "Butter" (8 days)! It is also the fastest song to reach 200M, 300M, 400M, 500M, 600M, 700M & 800M streams on Spotify! According to Luminate, "Flowers" has earned 1.16 Billion streams worldwide as of March 31, 2023, which makes it the most streamed song of the first quarter of 2023![36"Flowers" spent its 1st 6 weeks atop the Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Excl. US, the first song to top both charts for 6 consecutive weeks since Harry Styles’ “As It Was” reigned atop both for 9 weeks in a row in April-June 2022. This week "Flowers" scores an 11th week atop the Billboard Global charts, tying the Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber’s “Stay” (2021) for the third-longest run at #1 since the Global 200 began, after only Harry Styles’ “As It Was” (15 weeks, 2022) and Mariah Carey's “All I Want for Christmas Is You” (13 weeks, 2020-23)! "Flowers" has so far scored 8 weeks with over 100M streams, the most frames over 100M from a song’s debut since The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber’s “Stay” which scored 9 weeks of over 100 million globally in 2021. During its first 3 weeks, "Flowers" gained 179.1, 217.1 and 185.6 million streams worldwide consecutively, the 5th, 2nd and 4th biggest weeks ever for a song in Billboard Global 200 history! "Flowers" has topped the Billboard Hot 100 for 8 non consecutive weeks after debuting atop the chart, scoring Miley's 2nd #1 after "Wrecking Ball in 2013! "Flowers" is #1 on Billboard Radio songs for an 8th week and is the 1st song by a woman this decade with multiple weeks over 100M in airplay! It's the best-selling song in the US in 2023 so far in pure sales! In Canada, "Flowers debuted at #1 on the Canadian Hot 100, Miley's 2nd chart-topper after "Wrecking Ball", and scores a 12th week at #1! "Flowers" landed atop the Official UK Singles Chart with 92,000 chart units, powered by its 9.9 million streams, the biggest first week since Harry Styles' "As It Was" in April 2022! The song outdid itself in its 2nd week at #1, scoring 121,000 chart units and over 13 Million streams! It's Miley's' third UK #1 after "We Can't Stop" and "Wrecking Ball", both from 2013. "Flowers" holds at #2 for a 2nd week after 10 straight weeks at #1, and has already been certified Platinum for 600,000 sales units in Gt. Britain! It's the N1 song of 2023 in the UK! In Australia "Flowers" debuted atop the ARIA Singles Chart, becoming Cyrus's first #1 single ever, and holds atop the chart for a 12th week, the #1 song down under of 2023 so far! The song debuted at #2 in Germany and lifted to #1 in its 2nd week then slipped back to #2. It dips 2-4 in its 12th week on the chart! It has also reached #1 in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Japan (Billboard), Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Paraguay, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland & Vietnam! The Song has so far reached #2 in Bolivia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Lebanon, Malaysia, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Spain, Suriname & Ukraine, #3 in Argentina, Ecuador, Honduras & Italy, #4 in Colombia & India, #5 in Chile, #6 in Uruguay, #8 in Indonesia & Nicaragua, #9 in Taiwan & #10 in Puerto Rico! It has already been certified 3x Platinum in Australia (210,000) & Canada (240,000), 2x Platinum in Spain (120,000) & Switzerland (40,000), Platinum in Austria (30,000), Denmark (90,000), France (200,000), Greece (2M streams), Italy (100,000), Mexico (140,000, New Zealand (30,000), Poland (50,000), Portugal (10,000), Sweden (8M streams) and the UK (600,000) and Gold in Germany (200,000)!

BTS' Jimin scores a 2nd week at #2 with his new single "Like Crazy", scoring another 278,000 points! The song was released as the 2nd single from his debut solo studio album "Face" on March 24, 2023. Two versions of the synth-pop track, produced by Pdogg and Ghstloop, were recorded: one in Korean and one in English. The Korean version is about losing a loved one but thinking they still exist, while the English version is about stardom and the fear of losing oneself. Both versions were written by Pdogg, Blvsh, Chris James, Ghstloop, Jimin, BTS bandmate RM, and Evan. The single is the first by a South Korean solo artist to debut atop the Billboard Hot 100 since the chart's inception in 1958! The song sold 254,000 downloads and CD singles combined, becoming Jimin's 3rd #1 on the Digital Song Sales chart and scoring the highest single sales week since Taylor Swift's "Anti-Hero" (328,000 copies in November 2022). It holds atop the Digital Song Sales chart for a 2nd week becoming the longest-running #1 K-Pop Soloist song in chart history! Jimin is the first member of BTS to achieve a #1 Hot 100 hit and chart debut, a Top 10 and Top 20 hit and 2 top 40 entries. The song is Jimin's first as a credited songwriter to reach number one, while for bandmate RM it is his fourth after "Life Goes On", "Butter", and "My Universe". Jimin broke the record for the highest debut by a South Korean solo artist on the UK Singles Chart with "Like Crazy"at #8, surpassing his previous single "Set Me Free Pt. 2", which debuted at #30. The song scores a 2nd week in the UK Top 20 at #16! "Like Crazy" accumulated 71.2 million streams and 86,000 sales, debuting at #2 on the Billboard Global 200. Jimin is the highest-charting member of BTS on the Global 200, and the 2nd, after Jungkook, to earn two solo Top 10 entries, and the first to do so as a lead artist on both songs. Outside the US, the song accumulated 61.4 million streams and 48,000 sales, landing at #2 on the Global Excl US chart; Jimin remains the highest-charting member of BTS on the ranking. This marked his third entry on the chart and tied him with Jungkook for the most solo top-10 entries by a member of BTS, but Jimin is the first to earn three as a lead artist on each song. The song landed at #2 in India & Singapore, #3 in Indonesia, Malaysia & Peru, #4 in the Netherlands, #7 in the Philippines, #10 in Hong Kong, #11 in Korea, #17 in Croatia, #21 in Canada, #23 in Australia, Austria & Ireland, #27 in Switzerland, #34 in Portugal, #36 in New Zealand, #37 in Greece & Lithuania & #42 in Japan!

"Die For You" by The Weeknd holds at #3 on the United World Chart with 261,000 points after peaking at #2, powered by its new Remix with Ariana Grande! "Die For You" is from Abel's 3rd studio album 'Starboy' (2016). Following the release of the remix with Ariana Grande, the song went viral on TikTok and reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming the 7th number-one hit of both The Weeknd and Grande! It broke the record for longest climb to number one on the Hot 100 for a non-holiday song in history over 6 years after release. It also broke the record for the longest wait between Hot 100 number one singles from the same album (6 years and 2 months). The Weeknd joined Michael Jackson as the only male soloists in history to have multiple number one hits on the Hot 100 from three albums. Grande surpassed Paul McCartney as the artist with the most #1 duets in Hot 100 history! "Die For You" lifts 6-5 this week on the Hot 100 and dips 2-3 on the Billboard Global 200 and 4-5 on the Billboard Global Excl.US, after reaching No. 3. The Remix also topped the weekly charts in Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Vietnam and landed at #2 in Canada, Japan on the Hot Overseas Billboard chart, Luxembourg and New Zealand, #3 in Greece & Indonesia, #4 in Lithuania, #6 in Norway, #7 in Romania & South Africa, #8 in Sweden, #10 in France, #11 in Peru & Poland, #13 in Croatia, Hong Kong & Taiwan, #18 in Mexico, #25 in bolivia & Brazil, #39 in Suriname and #40 in Belgium. The original Song has been certified 8x Platinum in Canada (640,000), 5x Platinum in the US for 5 Million units, 2x Platinum in Australia (140,000), Greece (4M streams), New Zealand (60,000) & Portugal (20,000), Platinum in Denmark (90,000), France (200k), Italy (100k), and the UK (600,000) and Gold in Poland (25k), & Spain (30k).

'TQG' (an acronym for "Te Quedó Grande") by KaRoL G & Shakira holds at #4 in its 6th week on the United World chart with 245,000 points! “TQG” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Global 200, with 158.4 million streams and 10,000 sold worldwide in the Feb. 24-March 2 tracking week as per Luminate, the 10th-best streaming week since the Global 200 began! "TQG” dips 2-8 this week on the Billboard Global 200 and 3-4 on the Billboard Global Excl. U.S. The collab is from Karol G’s new album 'Mañana Será Bonito', which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart, becoming the first all-Spanish-language leader by a woman in the chart’s history! 'TQG' is Karol G's first Global 200 No. 1 after 4 top 10s, following “Provenza” (No. 6, May 2022); “MAMIII,” with Becky G (No. 4, March 2022); and “Bichota” (No. 7, January 2021). It's also Shakira's first Global 200 leader since the chart began, after her and Bizarrap’s “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53” debuted at its No. 2 where it held for three weeks in January, marking her first top 10. "TQG" debuted at #7 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart dated March 11, 2023, becoming Karol G's 1st and Shakira's 6th top ten on the chart. "TQG" debuted atop the US Billboard Hot Latin Songs, becoming Karol's 6th and Shakira's 13th number one on the chart. The song has hit #1 in Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, the Netherlands, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Spain & Uruguay! It has reached #2 in Argentina, Guatemala, #3 in Brazil, #5 in Chile, Costa Rica & Switzerland & #8 in Brazil!

This week's Highest new entry on the United World chart is BLACKPINK's Jisoo's amazing new single "Flower" which debuts at no.5 with 236,000 points. 'Flower' was released on March 31, 2023, via YG and Interscope as the lead single from Jisoo's debut single album, 'Me'. The song's lyrics are about overcoming a toxic relationship. It was written by Vince, Teddy, Kush, and VVN and composed by the latter two alongside 24, who handled the production. "Flower" landed at #2 on the Billboard Global 200, the third-biggest streaming debut for an artist’s 1st track since the global charts originated. Its 108.7 million first-week streams worldwide are second only to Lisa’s “Lalisa” (152.6 million, Sept. 25, 2021) and Olivia Rodrigo’s “Drivers License” (130.1 million, Jan. 23, 2021). "Flower" also debuts at #2 on the Billboard Global Excl. U.S with 103.3 million streams and 16,000 sold outside the U.S. March 31-April 6. "Flower" is Jisoo's 1st top-ten hit on both charts. In South Korea, the song topped Billboard's South Korea Songs chart and debuted at number 33 on the Circle Digital Chart. It topped the charts in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore & Taiwan, and reached #2 in Indonesia, & MENA, #4 in the Philippines, #12 in India, #24 in Turkey, #30 in Canada, the highest position for a Female K-Pop Solo Artist, #33 in Australia, #40 in New Zealand & #38 in the UK, the highest peak for a K-Pop Female Soloist in both countries and #61 in Lithuania, #74 in Ireland, #85 on the Billboard Japan Download chart and #131 in France! "Flower" received favorable reviews from music critics, who complimented its sophisticated production and lyrics as well as Jisoo's vocals.

'Kill Bill' by SZA dips 5-6 in its 17th week on the United World chart scoring another 225,000 points after debuting and peaking at #1! "Kill Bill" is from SZA's 2nd studio album, 'SOS' and gets its title from Kill Bill: Volume 1 (2003) and Kill Bill: Volume 2 (2004), a martial arts film duology about wanting revenge on an ex-boyfriend by murdering him and his new girlfriend out of jealousy. The critically acclaimed song achieved major success on streaming services, becoming SZA's first number one on the US Streaming Songs and Billboard Global 200 chart! The song held at #1 on the Billboard Global 200 for 2 whole weeks and dips 4-6 this week! "Kill Bill" entered the Billboard Hot 100 at #3 and spent 7 weeks at its peak of #2, becoming the highest-peaking song of her career. It rebounds 4-2 this week scoring an 8th week in the runner-up spot. "Kill Bill" holds atop the Hot R&B Songs and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs for a 16th week! On Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, it surpasses Mary J. Blige’s “Be Without You” (15 weeks at No. 1 in 2006) for the longest reign for a song by a woman in a lead role since the chart began in 1958.! The song reached #1 in six countries including Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines & Singapore! It hit #3 in Canada, Ireland & the UK, #4 in Iceland, Japan on the Overseas Billboard chart & Vietnam, #5 in Greece, Norway, Portugal & Sweden, #7 in Denmark, #8 in South Africa, #9 in Luxembourg, #10 in Slovakia, #12 in India & Switzerland, #15 in Hungary & the Netherlands and #17 in Germany! The song has been certified 3x Platinum in the US for 3M units, 2x Platinum in Australia (140,000), Platinum in New Zealand (30,000) and the UK (600,000 units) and gold in Portugal (5,000)! It has been certified Gold for streaming in Greece (1M streams) and Sweden (4M streams)!

Nigerian Superstar Rema's "Calm Down" with Selena Gomez holds at 7 on the United World Chart, earning another 222.000 points in its 32nd week on the chart! "Calm Down" is from heisrema's debut studio album 'Rave & Roses' (2022), and was released on February 11, 2022, via Jonzing World and Mavin as the album's 2nd single. The song charted across Europe, reaching number one on the Belgian Ultratop 50, Dutch Top 40 and Dutch Single Top 100. The hugely successful remix with Selena Gomez was released on 25 August, 2022 and went straight to #1 on the Billboard Global Excl. US chart and peaked at #3 on the Global 200 chart! The song is #5 on the Global 200 and #6 on the Billboard Global Exclu. US! The new Remix version has been #1 on the Billboard US Afrobeats Songs chart for 32 weeks and is the longest-charting #1 single of All Time! “Calm Down" has so far reached #1 in Belgium, India, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa & Switzerland, #2 in Bulgaria, Canada & France, #5 in Ireland & the UK (Billboard), #6 in Hungary & Nicaragua, #8 in Chile, Malaysia & New Zealand, and #9 in Paraguay! “Calm Down” has been certified Diamond in France for 333,333 units, 3x Platinum in Canada (240,000) & Portugal, (30,000), 2x Platinum in Belgium (80,000), Platinum in Italy (100,000), Poland (50,000), Spain (60,000) the UK (600,000) and the US (1M) and Gold in Austria (15.000), Denmark (45,000), Germany (200,000), the Netherlands (40,000) and New Zealand (15,000)! Its also been certified Gold in Greece for 1M streams!

Reggaeton Singer Yng Lvcas lifts 9-8 reaching a new peak on the United World Chart with his new song "La Bebe" earning another 199.000 points in its 3rd week.

"Hito Wa Yume O Nido Miru" by Nogizaka46 lands at no.9 with 196,000 points after debuting at #1 on the Oricon Singles chart I Japan. It's the 27th United World Top 10 hit for the Japanese girl group!

Metro Boomin's dope track "Creepin" with The Weeknd and 21Savage slips 8-10 on the United World Chart, after scoring another 193,000 points in its 18th week on the chart! Creepin'" was released via Republic Records and Boominati Worldwide as the lead single from Metro Boomin's amazing starstudded 2nd studio album, 'Heroes & Villains', on December 5, 2022. It prominently interpolates "I Don't Wanna Know" (2004) by Mario Winans featuring Enya and PDiddy which in turn samples the synthesizer riff from Enya's song "Boadicea". "Creepin'" also includes background vocals from Winans from the sample, as well as Travis Scott, who is a close friend and frequent collaborator of all three artists. "Creepin'" has reached #3 on the Billboard Global 200, and #3 on the Billboard hot 100 and is #4 this week! The song hit #1 in Canada, Greece, Lithuania, Malaysia, Russia & Singapore, #2 in Belgium (Wallonia), Lebanon, MENA, the Netherlands, Poland & Romania, #3 in Denmark, Luxemburg & South Africa, #4 in Portugal & Slovakia, #6 in New Zealand & Switzerland, #7 Australia, Czech Republic, Norway & the UK, #8 France, Ireland & Sweden and #10 in Germany! "Creepin'" has so far been certified 3x Platinum in Canada (240,000), Platinum in Portugal (10,000) and the US (1M), Gold in Denmark (45,000), France (100,000), Italy (50,000), New Zealand (15,000) & Poland (25,000) and Silver in the UK (200,000)!

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