Rihanna Scores Six Prime 10s on Sizzling Dance_Electronic Songs Chart After Tremendous Bowl

Rihanna runs onto Billboard‘s multimetric Sizzling Dance/Digital Songs chart (dated Feb. 25) with eight songs, together with six within the high 10, following her Tremendous Bowl halftime present extravaganza on Feb. 12.

“We Discovered Love,” that includes Calvin Harris (No. 3), and “Solely Woman (Within the World)” (No. 4), each carried out on the present, prepared the ground on the chart. “Love,” from 2011, earned 8.1 million official U.S. streams, up 236%, whereas “Woman,” from 2010, tallied 6.8 million, up 212%, respectively, within the Feb. 10-16 monitoring week, in response to Luminate.

Concurrently on the Dance/Digital Streaming Songs chart (which began in 2013), “Love” leaps 24-3 and “Woman” debuts at No. 4. 5 of Rihanna’s seven profession high 10s on the chart are new this week.

“Love” additionally bought 5,900 downloads, up 1,035%, whereas “Woman” moved 5,600, up 977%. These figures are additionally good for vaults on the Dance/Digital Digital Track Gross sales chart, with the previous up 17-2 and the latter, 18-3. Rihanna has now totaled 9 profession high 10s on the tally (which started in 2010), with “Woman” and two others notched for the reason that Tremendous Bowl: “Don’t Cease the Music” (re-entry at No. 5; 3,000, up 651%) and “S&M” (24-9; 2,400, up 398%).

Returning to the Sizzling Dance/Digital Songs chart (which started in 2013), the opposite new Rihanna high 10s are “Don’t Cease the Music” (No. 7), “The place Have You Been” (No. 8), “S&M” (No. 9) and “Disturbia” (No. 10).

The six songs by a single act within the high 10 are essentially the most since July 2, 2022, when eight tracks from Drake’s Truthfully, Nevermind debuted, together with his first No. 1, “Falling Again.”

Moreover, Calvin Harris’ “This Is What You Got here For,” that includes Rihanna, which spent three weeks at No. 1 on Sizzling Dance/Digital Songs in 2016 (one in all Harris’ 4 toppers and Rihanna’s sole chief), restarts at No. 11. Rihanna’s “SOS” rounds out the listing of her appearances in its preliminary displaying (No. 14). All mark Rihanna’s first visits to the survey since April 22, 2017, the final week that “This Is…” was on the chart.

Rihanna boasts 9 profession Sizzling Dance/Digital Songs high 10s, additionally together with “Proper Now,” that includes David Guetta (No. 5, 2013).

As beforehand reported, Rihanna claims her first week at No. 1 on the Billboard Artist 100, with 5 albums within the high 50 of the Billboard 200, sparked by her finest streaming week ever.

Different Tremendous Bowl halftime present performers have tackled Sizzling Dance/Digital Songs lately, together with Jennifer Lopez with “On the Flooring,” that includes Pitbull (No. 4, Feb. 15, 2020), after her headlining set with Shakira at Tremendous Bowl LIV. Earlier than that, Girl Gaga landed two high 10s (“Unhealthy Romance,” No. 6, and “Poker Face,” No. 8, on Feb. 25, 2017) amongst six chart hits after headlining the Tremendous Bowl LI halftime present.

Profitable weekend: Jason Derulo and David Guetta’s “Saturday / Sunday” enters Sizzling Dance/Digital Songs at No. 18. The fourth charted title for Derulo (and second with Guetta, after their “Goodbye,” that includes Nicki Minaj and Willy William; No. 9, 2018) is the record-extending 74th for Guetta. (Kygo is subsequent with 61.)

Madonna’s ‘Sorry’ returns: Additionally noteworthy on Sizzling Dance/Digital Songs is a debut from Blond:ish, Eran Hersh, Darmon and Madonna, “Sorry” (No. 39). The brand new remix of Madonna’s “Sorry” brings the preliminary look every for the primary three credited acts and the sixth for Madonna. She final charted with one other freshly remixed model of an older hit, 1998’s “Frozen,” with Sickick (No. 10, April 2022).

The unique “Sorry” spent seven weeks at No. 1 on the Dance/Combine Present Airplay chart in 2006, Madonna’s second-longest-leading No. 1 amongst her seven leaders; solely earlier Confessions on a Dance Flooring single “Hung Up” clocked extra time on high, eight weeks in 2005.

Englund celebrates ‘like Christmas morning’: Shifting to the Dance/Combine Present Airplay chart, Anabel Englund achieves her third chief with “Want Me Proper” (3-1). Englund additionally led with “Image Us” (October 2020) and “Underwater” (April 2021). Relationship to Englund’s first high 10 ink in Could 2020, with the No. 2-peaking “So Sizzling,” she is tied with David Guetta and Joel Corry for essentially the most high 10s amongst all acts, with eight every.

“Getting a Billboard No. 1 looks like opening my eyes on Christmas morning,” Englund tells Billboard. “I’m so grateful for all the success ‘Want Me Proper’ has been having. Penning this tune was enjoyable and felt easy working with two folks, James Hurr and Paul Harris [of Dirty Vegas], that I really like.”

“Want” is drawing core-dance airplay on SiriusXM’s BPM, Music Alternative’s Dance/EDM channel and WCPY (Dance Manufacturing facility FM) Chicago, amongst others. (The Dance/Combine Present Airplay chart measures radio airplay on a choose group of full-time dance stations, together with performs throughout combine exhibits on round 70 high 40-formatted reporters.)

Additionally on Dance/Combine Present Airplay, BONNIE X CLYDE collects its second high 10 and FOMO experiences its first with “Want Ya” (12-9).