Olivia Rodrigo's "good 4 u" scores a 2nd week atop the United World Chart!

Posted on June 19, 2021

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Olivia Rodrigo’s "good 4 u" is #1 for a 2nd week atop the United World Chart and scores another 410,000 points this week on the United World Chart, most of which are from streaming, ie. 355,000 points with 29,000 from digital sales and 26,000 from airplay. "good 4 u" is the 3rd single from Olivia's debut studio album 'SOUR', which was released on May 21, 2021. The song was written by Rodrigo and producer Dan Nigro, and addresses a former lover who moved on too soon after their breakup. Music critics praised the music and Rodrigo's songwriting. The accompanying music video, directed by Petra Collins, shows Rodrigo as a cheerleader who seeks revenge, destroying her ex boyfriend's bedroom and burning his belongings, and references the horror movies Audition (1999) and Jennifer's Body (2009). The fire is a nod to Taylor Swift's "Picture to Burn" (2008). "good 4 u debuted atop the Billboard Hot 100, giving Rodrigo her 2nd number-one song in America, following her 8-week chart-topper "drivers license". The song drew 43.2 million U.S. streams and sold 12,000 downloads in the week ending May 20. The track debuted atop the Streaming Songs chart as Rodrigo's 2nd leader, after "drivers license" ruled for 4 weeks. "good 4 u" has been certified Gold in the US for 500,000 sales units. In the UK, "good 4 u" accumulated over 1 million streams in its first 3 days! "good 4 u" debuted at #2 on the UK Singles Chart, marking Rodrigo's 2nd top-10 song and 3rd top-20 song in the country! In its 2nd week, the song topped the chart, becoming Rodrigo's 2nd UK number-one single after "drivers license". "good 4 u" is now the biggest chart-topping single of the UK in 2021 so far, gathering over 117,000 units sold in its 2nd week, including 13.5 million streams, and has been certified Silver for 200,000 units! In Ireland, "good 4 u" has spent 2 consecutive weeks at No. 1 on the Official Irish IRMA Singles Chart, following "drivers Llcense". "good 4 u" hit #1 in Australia in its 2nd week and has already been certified gold in New Zealand for 15,000 units where it debuted at #1. "good 4 u" has also peaked at #1 on the Billboard Global 200 and is top of the charts in Austria, Belgium (Flanders), Canada where it has just gone Platinum for 80,000 units, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Japan (on the Billboard Hot Overseas chart), the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Slovakia & Switzerland. The song has reached #2 in Malaysia & Sweden, #3 in Finland, #6 in Brazil, 7 in Lithuania & Panama, #11 in Bolivia, #13 in the Dominican Republic & Spain, #23 in Belgium (Wallonia), #21 in France, #29 in Italy and #34 in Argentina!
 
 
Former chart topper, The Weeknd’s “Save Your Tears”, rebounds 3-2 in its 22nd week on the chart after scoring another 328,000 points. The song tops the Global Airplay Chart for a 14th week in a row with 89,000 points, and is #1 on the year-to-date United World chart with 5,790,000 total points. “Save Your Tears” lifted to #1 in its 16th week on the United World Chart and ruled for 3 weeks, following its Remix with Ariana Grande, released on April 22, 2021. It also lifted to #1 on the Billboard Global 200. “Save Your Tears” was first released on August 9, 2020 as the 4th and final Single from the Weeknd’s United World Chart topping album ‘After Hours’ and has reached #1 in Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, Hungary, Israel, Lithuania, Malaysia, Mexico, Poland, Serbia, Singapore, Slovenia and the US where it held atop the Billboard Hot 100 for 2 weeks! The song has reached #2 on the US Rolling Stone Top 100 and in Chile, Ireland and the UK, #3 in Australia, Finland, Norway, Portugal, Sweden & Switzerland, #4 in the Czech Republic, Italy & Slovakia, #5 in Germany, Greece & Romania, #6 in France & Russia, #7 in El Salvador & Puerto Rico, #8 in Brazil & Uruguay, #9 in Bolivia, Honduras & New Zealand. “Save Your Tears” has been certified 3x Platinum in the US for over 3 Million sales units, 3x Platinum in Canada for 240,000, 2x Platinum in Australia for 140,000 units, Platinum in Belgium (40,000), Denmark (90,000), Italy (70,000), New Zealand (30,000), Portugal (10,000), Spain (40,000), the UK (600,000) and Gold in Germany (200,000)!

 
Former chart topper, BTS’s “Butter”, dips 2-3 this week on the United World Chart with 321,000 points! Released on May 21, 2021 via Big Hit and Sony Music, it's the band’s 2nd English-language single. “Butter” set a new all-time record winning a Guinness Record for the biggest song debut in Spotify history with 11.042 million first day streams, breaking Ed Sheeran's & Justin Bieber’s first day record of 10,977 million streams with “I Don’t Care”. “Butter” also broke the record for fastest song in history to reach 100 Million streams, surpassing the mark on its 8th day! “Butter” debuted at #1 on the Gaon Digital, Streaming & Download charts in Korea and is #1 for a 3rd week on the first 2. The song debuted at #1 on the Oricon Weekly Digital Singles Chart with 52.821 downloads, marking the biggest weekly streaming debut in Oricon chart history. "Butter" became the band's third song to exceed 10 million streams in a single week, making BTS the artist with the most songs (three, including "Dynamite" and "Film Out") to achieve this in Oricon chart history! ”Butter” debuted atop the US Hot 100, giving BTS its 4th No. 1 in just 9 months, with the group becoming the fastest artist since Justin Timberlake in 2007 and the fastest group since the Jackson 5 in 1970 to score four Number 1s! BTS are also the 1st group in history to debut 3 songs at #1. “Butter” drew 32.2 million streams and 242,800 downloads with 18.1 Million radio audience airplay in its 1st week in the US, marking BTS’ 7th N° 1 on the Digital song sales chart, the biggest sales week since “Dynamite”! "Butter" is #1 on the Hot 100 for a 3rd week! In the UK, “Butter” debuted at #3, the best-selling song on the component Downloads Chart! “Butter” has so far peaked at #2 in Canada, Ecuador, Hungary & Paraguay, #3 in Brazil, Colombia, Uruguay & Mexico, #4 in Portugal & Slovakia, #5 in the Czech Republic, #6 in Australia, the Dominican Republic, Greece, New Zealand & Panama, #7 in Argentina, Austria, Bolivia, El Salvador, France, Germany, Ireland & New Zealand & Switzerland and #8 in Costa Rica & Israel.

 
Puerto Rican rapper, singer and composer Rauw Alejandro’s new song "Todo De Ti" lifts 5-4 with 263,000 points! In Rauw's new dance-pop bop "Todo de Ti (Everything About You)," he says he likes everything about the girl he noticed at a roller-skating rink. The song debuted at #1 in Spain and #2 in Argentina, scoring the Puerto Rican artist his fifth top 10 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart, reaching #3 so far! 

 
 Justin Bieber’s “Peaches” ft. Daniel Caesar & Giveon dips 4-5 on the United World Chart in its 12th week, scoring another 257,000 points after previously topping the United World Chart for 4 nonconsecutive weeks. Released on March 19, 2021 via Def Jam as the 5th track from his 6th chart topping studio album ‘Justice’, “Peaches” debuted atop the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Bieber’s 7th #1 hit in the US! The song topped the Billboard Global 200 and Global Excl. US, and went to #1 in Australia, Canada, Denmark Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore and Slovakia! It also hit #2 in Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Malaysia, South Korea & UK, #3 in Bolivia, Lithuania & Sweden, #4 in Honduras, Hungary & Panama and Romania, #5 in Chile, El Salvador & Finland, #7 in France & Mexico, #8 in Italy & Spain and #10 in Nicaragua! “Peaches” is Justin's 4th #1 global smash hit to top the United World Chart as a major artist in 9 years, following “Boyfriend” in week 15 of 2012, “What Do You Mean?” which ruled for 7 weeks from week 38-44 in 2015 and “Love Yourself” which reigned for 3 weeks, from week 5-8 in 2016.

 
Doja Cat’s “Kiss Me More” ft. SZA holds at #6 this week after scoring another 253,000 points. "Kiss Me More" became a number-one hit in Malaysia, New Zealand and Singapore, and reached #2 in Australia, Ireland, Japan (on the Billboard Hot Overseas Chart), Lithuania and the US on the Rolling Stone Top 100, #3 in Finland, the Billboard Global 200 & the UK, #4 in Denmark & Norway, #5 in Brazil, Canada, El Salvador, Greece, Serbia and the US on the Billboard Hot 100, #6 in the Czech Republic, #7 in the Netherlands, #9 in Slovakia & #10 in Mexico!

 
Former chart topper, Lil Nas X, rebounds 8-7 on the United World Chart with his smash hit “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” scoring another 252,000 points. Released on March 26, via Columbia Records, it’s Lil Nas’ 2nd United World Chart topper, following his 2019 smash hit “Old Town Rd” ft. Billy Ray Cyrus which held at #1 on the United World Chart for 13 weeks, topping the United World Year End Chart! “Montero” debuted atop the Billboard Hot 100 and the Rolling Stone Top 100, and was certified Platinum in the US on April 22, 2021 for sales of 1 Million! The song also went to #1 in Australia, Austria, Canada, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Lithuania, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia and the UK and peaked at #2 in Belgium, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Russia & Switzerland, at #3 in Costa Rica & Singapore, #4 in the Dominican Republic, Panama & Sweden, #5 in Paraguay & Spain, #8 in Colombia, #9 in Brazil and Japan on the Billboard Hot Overseas chart and #10 in Italy and Malaysia!
 
Dua Lipa’s “Levitating” dips 7-8 in its 34th week on the chart after scoring another 251,000 points! The Song, which is about "levitating" when falling in love, with several outer space references, hit #1 in Bulgaria and Croatia, #2 in the Czech Republic & Hungary, #3 in Greece & Poland, #4 in Australia, Ireland & Slovakia, #6 in Lithuania & Singapore, #7 in Norway, #8 in Chile, Colombia & Malaysia and #10 in Lebanon. A Remix of "Levitating" ft. DaBaby was released on October 1st, 2020 and helped the song lift to #1 in Canada, #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 & Global 200, #3 on the Rolling Stone Top 100 and #5 in the UK! 
 
The highest debut of the week is Puerto Rican singer Bad Bunny’s new smash 'Yonaguni', released on June 4, 2021, through Rimas Entertainment, which debuts at no. 9 globally with 250,000 points. "Yonaguni" debuted at No. 1 on the Hot Latin Songs chart (dated June 19). It's Bad Bunny's 8th #1 and record-breaking 40th top 10 breaking out of a tie with Enrique Iglesias and Luis Miguel, each with 39 top 10s. The song earns the largest streaming week for a non-holiday Latin song since 2018, with 27.3 million U.S. streams earned the week of June 10! It concurrently earns the highest debut for a Latin title on the all-genre Streaming Songs chart ever, at No. 2. The track also debuted at No. 1 on Latin Streaming Songs. 'Yonaguni" sold 4,800 downloads in its first week, landing at No. 1 on Latin Digital Songs Sales and No. 18 on the overall Digital Songs Sales chart. It's the largest debut sales week for a Latin song in 2021. Bad Bunny scores his 4th top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100, as "Yonaguni" debuts at No. 10. It's the highest Latin debut on the all-genre list in 2021. It also debuted at #2 in Spain, #3 on the Billboard Global 200 & #7 in Argentina, "Yonaguni" is sung in Spanish, with additional lyrics in Japanese. It's title refers to the westernmost island of Japan.

 
Olivia Rodrigo’s “Déjà vu” dips 9-10 in its 10th week on the United World Chart with 208,000 points! "Deja Vu" first debuted at #8 on the US Billboard Hot 100, marking the second consecutive single from 'SOUR' to enter the Hot 100 top 10, after "Drivers License". Rodrigo also became the first artist in history to debut their first two singles inside the top 10 of the Hot 100. «Déjà vu » rose to its peak of #3 on the chart after the release of ‘SOUR’, becoming her third top 3 single. The song reached the top 10 in Australia, Canada, Ireland, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore and the United Kingdom.


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