After striking out with ‘Bad Things’ and introductory solo single ‘Crying in the Club,’ Fifth Harmony alum Camila Cabello is undoubtedly crying tears of joy after finally finding a sizable hit in ‘Havana.’ An almost inescapable tune on radio, the cut’s ascension to the Billboard Hot 100’s top 10 was also assisted on the back of impressive streaming and digital sales.
Combined, the song’s performance on the respective listening formats have kept it a mainstay at #2 (notching its 5th run in the rung this week) behind Post Malone‘s ‘Rockstar.’ Yet, while Malone has been able to keep ‘Havana’ at bay, what it certainly hasn’t done is slow its progress…
Camila Cabello’s “Havana,” featuring Young Thug, spends a fifth week at its No. 2 high on the Hot 100. It rises 3-2 on Radio Songs (115 million, up 9 percent); retreats to No. 2 after two weeks atop Digital Song Sales (54,000, down 36 percent); and holds at No. 3 on Streaming Songs (34.4 million, down 14 percent).
The additional stats above helped push the cut right into new certification terrain as it’s now crossed the double platinum threshold! As congratz ring about for Camila, see who join her in the top 25 of this week’s Chart Check: Hot 100:
Billboard Hot 100 This Week
The feat certainly increases the pressure for the performance of its parent album, the newly christened ‘Camila.’ Click here for more details on its arrival date, etc.