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SZA's "Kill Bill" tops this week's United World Chart, up 4-1 after earning another 247,000 points in its 5th week on the chart, with 208,000 points from streaming (+ 17%), 30,000 points from sales (+ 21%) and 9,000 points from airplay (+ 45%)!

Posted on January 21, 2023



"Kill Bill" is from SZA's 2nd studio album 'S.O.S., and gets its title from QuentinTarantino's legendary martial arts film duology. Mirroring the films' plot, the tune's lyrics discuss SZA's fantasy to kill an ex-boyfriend and his new girlfriend out of jealousy. The music video for the song was directed by Christian Breslauer, and reimagines several scenes from the Kill Bill films, and ends as SZA confronts her ex-boyfriend and pulls his heart out, killing him. The song was a huge success on streaming services, becoming SZA's 1st number one on the Global Spotify and Apple Music charts worldwide and US, and hit #1 on the Billboard Global 200, holding atop the chart for a 2nd week after surpassing 150 million global streams on Spotify within a month! "Kill Bill" debuted at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100, marking SZA's highest chart debut, and has peaked at #2 so far, her best career high, surpassing "Kiss Me More" (2021)! The song topped the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart for five consecutive weeks! In Canada, the song debuted at #5 and later peaked at 4. "Kill Bill" marked SZA's first chart-topping song in Australia, where it was certified gold for selling over 35,000 units and has also spent multiple weeks at #1 in New Zealand where it was certified Gold for selling over 15,000 units. It also went to #1 in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and #3 in Ireland, Lithuania & the UK, where it became SZA's first top 10 solo song. It has also reached #4 in Iceland & Vietnam, #5 in Norway, #7 in Greece, #8 in Portugal, #11 in Denmark & Sweden, #16 in Slovakia and #17 in the Netherlands & Switzerland!

"Unholy" by SAM SMITH & Kim Petras slips to #2 after 9 non-consecutive weeks at no.1, scoring another 245,000 points.

David Guetta's global smash hit "I'm Good (Blue)" feat. Bebe Rexha dips 2-3, scoring another 225,000 points.

Taylor Swift's "Anti-Hero" dips 3-4 on the United World Chart after 3 weeks at #1, scoring another 212,000 points in its 12th week on the chart!

REMA's "Calm Down" with Selena Gomez lifts 6-5 on the United World Chart, reaching a new peak and earning another 197.000 points in its Milestone 20th week on the chart!

Harry Styles' record-breaking "As It Was" dips 5-6, scoring another 194.000 points in its 41st week on the chart after 22 weeks at #1, the longest reign in United World Chart history!

Metro Boomin's dope track "Creepin" with The Weeknd and 21 Savage holds at its peak at #7 on the United World Chart, scoring another 175,000 points!

RAYE's "Escapism" ft. 070 Shake lifts 11-8, scoring another 166,000 points and entering the United World Top 10 for the 1st time, while Korean new star group, NewJeans, lifts 10-9 on the United World Chart with their new cool bop "Ditto", scoring another 153,000 points!

Stephen Sanchez' "Until I Found You" lifts 12-10, scoring another 147,000 points in its 13th week on the United World chart, while Argentine DJ and record producer Bizarrap & Shakira's "Bzrp Music Sessions Vol.53" is this week's highest new-entry at no.11 with 146,000 points, thanks to massive streaming! It could very well be Shakira's first chart topper after more than 16 years, and her third overall after 'Whenever Wherever' (2002) and 'Hips Don't Lie' (2006)!

NewJeans' "OMG" lands at #13 with 141,000 points!

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