Hot 100: Billie Eilish’s ‘My Future’ Slips Out of Top 50 in Week 3

Published: Wednesday 26th Aug 2020 by Rashad

At onset, the future looked bright for ‘My Future’ – the latest single from teen sensation Billie Eilish.

Despite meeting the prediction of industry analysts who projected the Finneas-produced tune would open inside the top 10 of the Hot 100 (as we reported here), the song slipped a whopping 33-spots in the week that followed.

The most refreshed edition of the tally shows the tune has taken another double digit dip.

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Released July 30, ‘My Future’ debuted at #6 on the Hot 100 the next week – her highest premiere placement to date.

Accompanied by an animated, Andrew Onorato-directed music video (seen above), the song still lost steam over the next tracking week – a feat that resulted in a drop to #39 on the hit list.

This week, ‘Future’ – despite earning a promo push in the form of its first live televised performance at the Democratic National Convention (click here to see) – can be found at #54.

 

‘Future’ is assumed to be the first offering from her highly anticipated sophomore album (the follow-up to 2019’s blockbuster ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’).  As of time reported, there is no official word on a tentative release date for the song’s yet-titled parent project.

Click here to see the set of hits that rule the Hot 100’s topmost quadrant this week.

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  1. #WAP August 26, 2020

    Because we’re all bored AF with her. The best new artist curse is going to impact her career…stream WAP

  2. Cassius August 26, 2020

    She’s a fad who’s starting to become played out. A Lorde tea, but Lorde had a little bit more longevity.

    • 🍭marilyn monh-O-E🍭 August 26, 2020

      Green light is a breakthrough for lorde. Meanwhile Billie still remain singing boring sleepy lullaby

      • POPS+Muva August 26, 2020

        she’s not starting to get played out we just don’t care

  3. 🍭marilyn monh-O-E🍭 August 26, 2020

    Flop a-s-s bish. Keep singing that sleepy lullaby. At least lorde changed her music direction with green light.

  4. tyty August 26, 2020

    She is an industry plant… Them grammys she won undeservedly we’re to remind certain folk to stay in this lane.

  5. Tasha Mack August 26, 2020

    Never got the hype w/ her. Guess I’m too old… her image and sound screams gimmick and those never last long unless you have the talent to back it up like Gaga. Billie had a nice quick run though.

    • POPS+Muva August 26, 2020

      right. i feel like its tired. I never understood the hype but glad she’s over

  6. Clarks0o0ñ August 26, 2020

    TGJ when are you gonna post about this

    Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100: #10(new) Levitating, @DUALIPA Feat. @Madonna & @MissyElliott.

    If this was Camila, you guys will be the first to post about it

    Ur girl dua lipa is nothing without payola. All her hits are because of aggressive radio payola

    Her album sold 18k pure sales and debuted at number 4 even tho she had a top 2 hit song. PAYOLA.

    The way they are marketing dua lipa like shes a huge success in america when nobody knows the girl. calling her the new madonna, really? Lol

    • POPS+Muva August 26, 2020

      OOP If they post it I know it will be messy

    • musixxman96 August 26, 2020

      DISCLAIMER: not a dua stan.

      in her defense Its a club remix and heavily instrumental song – i dont think even she expected it to be a hit single seeing as she released the official 4th single Hallucinate and its vid a couple weeks before this. Shes also pushing Levitating the original mix as a single with a separate video so hopefully thag sticks.

      I assume this was just promo for Club Future Nostalgia her remix album. Its going to be a real remix album with dance instrumentals and club cuts – not my cup of tea but its going back to tradiitonal remix album formula’s i guess and her whole theme this era is throwback.

      Dont start now and Break my heart have both been huge hits with longevity for her so I dont think we can knock her this era. Physical was a moderate hit and did okay considering it was released far too early and while DSN was smashing.

      Shes a streaming artist though and the sales really are not there. She should just keeping releasing new singles and she’ll be alright cuz she has good songs!

  7. POPS+Muva August 26, 2020

    she honestly became irrelevant. her hype died down and I knew it was gonna happen.. she don’t really do nothing for me and was always Lorde 2.0 however Lorde was more authentic

    • Gag August 27, 2020

      No the song just starts too slow so people don’t want to hear that

  8. Dc August 26, 2020

    She burned out quick this what y’all thought was gonna happen to cardi b 😂😂

  9. musixxman96 August 26, 2020

    Im really glad this has happened…it gives artists like her a shock and push to change up their sound and try something new. In her case, she should try actually singing in a tone where we can actually hear her voice above a sound frequency of -23, none of this whispering with vibrato nonsense.

    Unless its used creatively like i can understand in Bad Guy or Bury a Friend, it gets tired and lazy. MOVE ON WITH YOUR SOUND OR THE WORLD WILL MOVE ON.

    It will be really sad if she peaks at 18.

  10. 1988 August 26, 2020

    Love Billie and the song! Grammy Don Diva. 🙂

  11. Misty Knight August 27, 2020

    Dua Lipa should star in remake of the ’80s comedy Mannequin, but instead of a store mannequin, she plays a used blow-up s** doll found in a dumpster that comes to life. The movie’s running gag is that she can’t stop deflating, and a bunch of celebrities can do cameos as characters that blow her up.

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