Chart Check [Hot 100]: Demi Lovato Scores First Top 10 Hit Since 2013

Published: Wednesday 4th Oct 2017 by Rashad

Demi Lovato is in top form if the Hot 100 is anything to judge by.

In addition to seeing her sixth album, ‘Tell Me You Love Me,’ headed straight to the top of album streaming charts next week (#2 overall on the Billboard 200), the powerhouse songstress is also shining on the singles charts.

The set’s lead single, ‘Sorry Not Sorry,’ was released back in early July but – thanks to renewed interest in the track due to promotion of its parent project – the Oak Felder-produced cut has found its way to the top 10.  Coming as not only a victory for Lovato (whose last top 10 hit, ‘Heart Attack,’ peaked in the chart’s topmost dectet in 2013), but also for women overall as this year’s Hot 100 – especially the top 10 – has certainly been in need of some estrogen doses.

See who joins her on the Cardi B-led chart on this week’s refreshed “Chart Check:  Hot 100”:

Hot 100 This Week



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  1. Bam October 5, 2017

    Demi’s album is damn good and I encourage anyone who’s a fan of pop/Urban R&B to check it out.

  2. Francis October 5, 2017

    Yes! I love this song and her new album is really good, I wasn’t expecting it. Pitty that Shania released on the same day, Demi deserved that #1.

  3. Ocean October 5, 2017

    can we give a moment to appreciate how well unforgettable by grench has been doing!

  4. MsThing485 October 5, 2017

    Like it even matters. The state is music has become so bad that it’s basically a dead. A pop hit in 2017 means nothing. Let her score 5 more and I still wouldn’t be impressed.

    • Pat October 5, 2017

      B**** shut the f*** up!

  5. DanYiel Iman October 5, 2017

    Very talented artist!!

  6. Truth October 5, 2017

    In a world where a cartoon like Cardi B. can be #1, I’m really not impressed by this.

    • Nene Leakea October 5, 2017

      Child, I was thinking the same thing! People blowing this song up like it’s the 2nd coming of Jesus. Song sound like high school amateur hour.

  7. Jack October 5, 2017

    Girl should not be using our culture to boost her sales. Rnb is not for you to use demi.

  8. stan October 5, 2017

    ngl, the song is catchy as hell

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