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Britney Spears scored her first Top 10 hit in nearly a decade with the Elton John duet “Hold Me Closer.”



	
		

	
		

	
		

	
		Britney Spears scored her first Top 10 hit in nearly a decade with a duet with Elton John

Britney Spears is back on the charts after nearly a decade away, with her duet with Elton John, “Hold Me Closer,” landing at No. 6 on the song chart. This feat marks Eoin’s 29th top 10 song and Spears’ 14th, and the first in almost 10 years.

“Hold Me Closer” — a reimagined mash-up of John’s “Tiny Dancer” and “The One” — opens with 20.9 million radio viewers, 11.1 million streams and 48,000 sales, according to data from Luminate via Billboard . “Hold Me Closer” marks Spears’ first entry into the Billboard Hot 100 since 2016.

Meanwhile, Harry Styles’ “As It Was” continues its reign at the top of the singles chart for a 12th week (it’s been in the Top 3 for the past 22 weeks) and enjoys its longest run at No. 1 the next decade. He was previously tied with “The Box” Roddy Ricch, who led the pack for 11 weeks in 2020.

Steve Lacy’s first Hot 100 entry “Bad Habit” rises to a new peak at No. 2, and Lizzo’s “About Damn Time” falls 2-3, after two weeks at No. 1. Running with Kate Bush’s That Hill (A Deal With God)” remains at No. 4, while Nicky Youre and Dazy’s “Sunroof” climb 6-5. Nicki Minaj’s “Super Freaky Girl” remains at No. 7 and ” Yo

In terms of albums, DJ Khaled surpasses Bad Bunny at the top of the list with his fourth No. 1 album. 1, “God Did,” which features 31 guest artists and 16 chart-topping artists, including Future, Drake, Jay-Z, Lil Baby, Travis Scott and Emin: Future, Drake, Jay-Z, Lil Baby, Travis Scott and Eminem. “God Did” has achieved the equivalent of 107,500 album sales in the US, and is also Khaled’s 10th biggest hit. Un Verano Sin Ti Bad Bunny drops to No. 2 after spending nine non-consecutive weeks at No. 1 with 106,000 equivalent units.

Twice earns a third top 10 entry with the debut of “Between 1&2,” which comes in at No. 3 (100,000 units earned), and Nicki Minaj earns her sixth consecutive top 10 album with her collection of big hits. hits, “Queen Radio: Volume 1” (32,000 units earned) landing at #10. Silk Sonic’s An Evening With Silk Sonic climbs 200-7 with 44,000 units sold and Kendrick Lamar’s “Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers” is also up 24-4 with 55,000 units sold, both returning to the top following their vinyl releases.

Former No. 1 leads the rest of the album chart, with Morgan Wallen’s “Dangerous: The Double Album” falling 4-5 to 50,000 units and Beyoncé’s “Renaissance” falling 3-6 to equal 46,000 units. . Rod Wave’s “Beautiful Mind” is also down 2-8 with 43,000 units and Harry Styles’ “Harry’s House” is down 5-9 with just under 43,000 units.

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