Official HIGE DANdism’s “Subtitle” makes historical past on the newest Billboard Japan Hot 100, launched Jan. 25, extending its file to 12 weeks at No. 1 (8 of these weeks consecutively) to interrupt the all-time file for longest-leading single on the chart.
The data for each consecutive and non-consecutive weeks at No. 1 have been beforehand held by Gen Hoshino’s “Koi,” which hit No. 1 seven occasions consecutively and 11 occasions in all.
“Subtitle” racked up 12,610,115 streams this week, down from 13,481,602 final week, to rule the metric for the 14th consecutive week. The grand whole for the observe is at the moment at 259,611,559 streams. The track is at No. 4 for downloads (7,654 items, down from 8,709) after topping the metric 8 occasions and totaling 273,438 items thus far. It racked up 1,839,544 views (down from 2,044,575) to come back in at No. 3 for video views, and whereas it by no means hit No. 1 for this metric, it stayed at No. 2 for 9 weeks and at the moment totals 36,927,130 views.
Whereas “Subtitle” continues to regularly decelerate (7.2 p.c down in whole factors from the earlier week), it’s nonetheless round 2,000 factors forward of the track at No. 2 — “KICK BACK” by Kenshi Yonezu — and it’ll be attention-grabbing to see if it could prolong its file subsequent week and past.
KinKi Kids’ “The Story of Us,” the third single marking the twenty fifth anniversary of the Johnny’s duo’s CD debut, bows at No. 3 on the Japan Sizzling 100 this week. The observe written by the 2 members launched at No. 1 for bodily gross sales with 178,502 copies bought in its first week, however couldn’t complement that benefit with different metrics of the chart’s methodology.
back number‘s seventh album Humor, the three-man band’s first studio set in 4 years, blasted in at No. 1 on Billboard Japan’s Sizzling Albums chart this week. The track “I Love You” off the set rises 15-7 this week on the Japan Sizzling 100 after gathering factors in streaming and radio airplay. Different songs by the favored band, together with previous hits similar to “Takane no Hanako-san,” additionally surged in factors and a complete of eight tracks by the band is charting on the Japan Sizzling 100 this week.
The Billboard Japan Sizzling 100 combines bodily and digital gross sales, audio streams, radio airplay, YouTube and GYAO! video views and karaoke knowledge.