For the first three days of release from Friday 8th to Sunday, 10 songs sold 16,000 copies and 21 million streamed in the United States, according to preliminary figures from MRC Data.For comparison’s sake, that’s a third trend. More days than “Mood”, which was ranked No. 1. BillboardThe music stream’s list of streams was notched in all previous week’s charts (17.5 million streams). It was also nearly 73% of all sales posted by Justin Bieber’s “anyone” this week. That (22,000), which is the top song BillboardDigital music sales chart of
And streaming numbers continue to rise. “Driver̵7;s licenses” increased by 122% in streams from Friday to Saturday and another 32% from Saturday to Sunday, where the excitement of fans began to spill over. Adopted from contemporary pop stars The song hasn’t slowed down at all since the weekend either, currently ranking No. 1 on both Apple Music and Spotify daily charts, with nearly 5.7 million new peaks per day on the latter service. Outnumber The sum of the second to seventh most played songs combined according to the daily list.
How important is a “driving license” (which Interscope Records will start promoting on pop radio next week) to make a major impact on the Hot 100 next week? Come back to check too Billboard Next Tuesday to see where the charts will eventually fall.