Almost a yr after showing on the December 2021-dated Billboard’s High TV Songs chart, powered by Tunefind, and after being heard in Paramount’s Yellowstone, Colter Wall’s “Sleeping on the Blacktop” takes the highest spot of the October 2022 survey on account of an look in Apple TV+’s Dangerous Sisters.
Rankings for the High TV Songs chart are primarily based on track and present knowledge offered by Tunefind and ranked utilizing a components mixing that knowledge with gross sales and streaming data tracked by Luminate in the course of the corresponding interval of October 2022.
“Blacktop,” from Wall’s 2015 album Imaginary Appalachia, initially ranked at No. 2 in December 2021 due to its Yellowstone sync. It returns at No. 1 after being heard in Dangerous Sisters’ season one finale, which aired Oct. 14.
In October 2022, the track earned 7.4 million official on-demand U.S. streams and a pair of,000 downloads, based on Luminate.
“Wall” is joined by one different track from Dangerous Sisters’ season finale on High TV Songs: First Aid Kit’s “My Silver Lining,” at No. 4, with 1.2 million streams and 1,000 downloads.
The best non-Dangerous Sisters entry comes from Thunderstorm Artis, whose “Stronger” arrives at No. 2 after being heard within the nineteenth season premiere of ABC’s long-running Gray’s Anatomy.
“Stronger” snagged 379,000 streams and 1,000 downloads in October 2022.
See the complete prime 10 beneath.
Rank, Tune, Artist, Present (Community)
1. “Sleeping on the Blacktop,” Colter Wall, Dangerous Sisters (Apple TV+)
2. “Stronger,” Thunderstorm Artis, Gray’s Anatomy (ABC)
3. “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You,” Lauryn Hill, From Scratch (Netflix)
4. “My Silver Lining,” First Support Package, Dangerous Sisters (Apple TV+)
5. “Fields of Gold,” Ava Cassidy, CSI: Miami (CBS)
6. “Whiplash,” The Night time Lands, Gray’s Anatomy (ABC)
7. “Angela,” Bob James, Rick and Morty (Cartoon Community)
8. “The Crown of Jaehaerys,” Ramin Djawadi, Home of the Dragon (HBO)
9. “Per favore,” Nyv, From Scratch (Netflix)
10. “Love Is Stronger Than Pleasure,” Sade, Atlanta (FX)