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US Charts: Pink Tops Billboard Hot 100

  • 21 Jul 2021 22:04
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Pink’s “Just Give Me A Reason (Ft. Nate Ruess)” single cover

Pink is one of the most successful touring artists in the world, she is a brilliant singer and dancer, and she has sold millions of albums. Yet, the diva never gets the acknowledgement she deserves on the blogosphere. I really doubt that she cares about that, though, because she gets praise where it counts most – on the US charts.

Rising to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 this week was Pink’s “Just Give Me a Reason (Ft. Nate Ruess)”. The song has become the singer 4th such hit on the lineup, following “Lady Marmalade (with Mya, Lil Kim & Christina Aguilera)” (2001),  “So What” (2008) and “Raise Your Glass” (2010).

“Just Give Me a Reason” sold another 283K downloads this week for a total of 1.64 million to date. Additionally, it garnered 97 million audience impressions at radio (up a staggering 20%) and 4.6 million online streams (up 16%). Note: Pink didn’t need crazy fans attacking people on the web or media propaganda calling her “King P” to get a hit.

See the other leading releases in the top 10 of both Billboard 200 and the Hot 100 below:

Billboard 200

1. Paramore – Paramore – 106K (debut)

2. Brad Paisley – Wheelhouse – 100K (debut)

3. Justin Timberlake – The 20/20 Experience – 98K (total: 1.52 M)

4. Blake Shelton - Based On a True Story – 61K (total: 342K)

5. Eric Church – Caught in a Fight – 61K

6. The Band Perry – Pioneer – 56K (total: 185K)

7. Tyga – Hotel California – 54K

8. Lil Wayne - I Am Not a Human Being II – 42K (total: 327K)

9. Volbeat – Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies – 39K (debut)

10. Stone Sour – House of Gold & Bones, Pt. 2 – 35K (debut)

Billboard Hot 100

1. Pink – “Just Give Me a Reason (Ft. Nate Ruess)”

2. Macklemore & Lewis – “Thrift Shop”

3. Bruno Mars – “When I Was Your Man”

4. Rihanna – “Stay (Ft. Mikky Ekko)”

5. Macklemore & Lewis – “Can’t Hold Us (Ft. Ray Dalton)”

6. Justin Timberlake – “Suit & Tie (Ft. Jay-Z)”

7. Justin Timberlake – “Mirrors”

8. Pitbull – “Feel this Moment (Ft. Christina Aguilera)”

9. Drake – “Started from the Bottom”

10. Demi Lovato – “Heart Attack”

Watch the video for Pink’s “Just Give Me a Reason” below:

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