The Weeknd’s ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Single Debuts in Top 20 on Hot R&B/Hip …
January 6, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Netting a Hot Shot Debut on Hot RB/Hip-Hop Songs, The Weeknd enters during No. 15 with “Earned It,” his top entrance ever on a chart. The strain appears on a soundtrack for Fifty Shades Of Grey, a film instrumentation of a best-selling novel by E.L. James to be expelled in theaters on Feb 14, 2015. The moist lane debuts during No. 2 on RB Digital Songs, also his best attainment on a list, changeable 92,000 downloads in a week finale Dec. 28, 2014, according to Nielsen Music.
Meanwhile, The Weeknd also hops 25-23 on Hot RB/Hip-Hop Songs with “Often,” in a 20th week, coming a before arise (No. 21) reached on a Dec 27 draft week. He leaps 40-22 on a Billboard Artist 100, reaching his best ranking in his 11 weeks on a list.
Big Sean Shoots To No. 1: On RB/Hip-Hop Airplay, Big Sean achieves a new No. 1 as “I Don’t F**k With You” jumps 5-1 in a 13th charting week. The strain saw a 5 percent arise on-air, reaching 22.8 million assembly impressions during a format, according to Nielsen. It takes Digital Gainer honors on Hot RB/Hip-Hop Songs, where it crowns a list for a fourth week, augmenting 145 percent (to 168,000 downloads) — some-more than doubling a top sales week (68,000 a week previous).
Minaj Moves Up: Also attaining a new No. 1 during on a airwaves is Nicki Minaj, who climbs 5-1 on Mainstream RB/Hip-Hop with “Only” featuring Drake, Lil Wayne Chris Brown. It outlines her fifth chart-topping pretension on a list, a rapper also gets a Greatest Gainer tab rising 12 percent during a spin-based format. She formerly led a list with “Your Love” (2010), “Bottoms Up” (Trey Songz featuring Minaj, 2010), “Moment 4 Life” (featuring Drake, 2011) and “Make Me Proud” (Drake featuring Minaj, 2012).
Digital sales of a “Only” fire adult 146 percent, to 131,000 downloads, stepping 3-2 on Rap Digital Songs. Over on Hot RB/Hip-Hop Songs, it spends a second week during No. 2, after crowning a draft for one week on a list antiquated Dec. 27, 2014.