Harry Styles’ ‘As It Was’ equals No. 1 record on Billboard World Charts – Billboard

Harry Styles’ “As It Was” Adds Week 11 to No. 1 on Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Excl. American charts. The song tied for the longest reign on the Global 200 to date and extends its record to the top of Global Excl. WE

Meanwhile, Joji’s “Glimpse of Us” narrows to No. 2 on every count; Drake debuts four Global 200 top 10 songs, all from his new album, Honestly it doesn’t matter; and Polimá WestCoast’s “Ultra Solo”, featuring Pailita, flies to the Global Excl. Top 10 in the United States.

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The two charts, which debuted in September 2020, rank songs based on streaming and sales activity pulled from over 200 territories around the world, compiled by Luminate. The Billboard Global 200 includes worldwide data and the Billboard Global Excl. United States chart includes data from territories excluding the United States

Chart rankings are based on a weighted formula incorporating official-only feeds on subscription levels and ad-supported audio and video music services, as well as download sales, the latter reflecting purchases from retailers full-service digital music services from around the world. worldwide, with sales from direct-to-consumer (D2C) sites excluded from the chart calculations.

“As it was” tied for most weeks at the top of the Global 200

Harry Styles’ “As It Was” recorded an 11th week at No. 1 on the Billboard Global 200, led by 82.6 million streams worldwide during the tracking week of June 17-23. The British star’s song is the longest order on the chart so far, after The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber’s “Stay” topped for 11 frames from last August.

Japanese-born singer-songwriter Joji’s “Glimpse of Us” jumps from its debut at No. 6 in the Global 200 to No. 2, up 58% to 82.5 million streams worldwide.

Drake launches four titles in the top 10 of the Global 200: “Jimmy Cooks”, with 21 Savage (No. 3; 63.6 million global streams); “To fall back” (no. 7); “Tights” (No. 8); and “Massive” (No. 10). The Canadian star takes his record to 17 Top 10 Global 200 as the parent set of four songs, Honestly it doesn’t matterlaunches at No. 1 on the US-based Billboard’s 200 albums chart.

Elsewhere in the Global 200 top five, Kate Bush’s 1985 classic “Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)” drops 3-4, two weeks after hitting No. 1, fueled by its Netflix sync stranger thingsand Bad Bunny’s “Me Porto Bonito”, featuring Chencho Corleone, drops 4-5 after reaching second place.

Styles Back Atop Global Excl. United States, Polimá WestCoast in the Top 10

Harry Styles’ “As It Was” bounces from No. 2 for a record-breaking 11th week to No. 1 on Billboard Global Excl. US chart, with 63.5 million streams (down 2%) in territories outside the US during the tracking week of June 17-23. (A week earlier, BTS’ “Yet to Come” soared to No. 1 on the non-US global chart; it drops to No. 8 on the latest list.)

Like on the Global 200, Joji’s “Glimpse of Us” roared to No. 2 on Global Excl. United States, a week after debuting at No. 9. The ballad posted a 68% gain to 57.1 million streams outside the United States

Our 3-5 on Global Excl. The United States is holding up a week ago: “Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)” by Kate Bush, at No. 3 after reaching No. 2; “Me Porto Bonito” by Bad Bunny and Chencho Corleone, at No. 4 after reaching No. 2; and Bad Bunny’s “Tití Me Preguntó”, at No. 5 after dropping to No. 4.

Elsewhere in the Global Excl. US Top 10, “Ultra Solo” by Polimá WestCoast, with Pailita, vaults 46-9, up 100% to 39.6 million streams outside the US Collaboration marks first top 10 chart for each act Chilean and was helped by the June 17 release of his remix adding Paloma Mami, Feid and De la Ghetto.

The Billboard Global 200 and the Billboard Global Excl. US charts (dated July 2, 2022) will be updated on Billboard.com tomorrow (June 28). For both charts, the Top 100 Tracks are available to all readers on Billboard.com, while the full 200 Tracks chart is viewable on Billboard Pro, Billboard’s subscription service. For all charting news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on Twitter and Instagram.

Luminate, the independent data provider of Billboard charts, performs a comprehensive and thorough review of all data submissions used to compile weekly chart rankings. Luminate reviews and authenticates data, removing suspicious or unverifiable activity using established criteria before final chart calculations are made and published. In partnership with Billboard, data deemed suspicious and unverifiable is disqualified before final calculations.