As if earning his 25th Hot 100 top 10 hit this week wasn’t enough to celebrate, Justin Bieber‘s blasted back to #1 on the tally with his enduring Kid LAROI hit, ‘Stay.’
To no surprise, the rebound was accomplished to history-making measure. See how inside:
Having already enjoyed most of its Hot 100 stay in the top 10, the song first cracked the top spot in mid-August – beginning a nonconsecutive, 7-week bid there.
At week 4, the tune surpassed Bieber’s ‘Sorry’ to become his longest-running chart-topper. This week, after bumping BTS from the pole position, it’s extended that personal record.
See the numbers that powered its push back to #1.
- Streaming: 23.2 million streams
- Digital Downloads: 7,400 downloads
- Radio Airplay: 86.4 million audience impressions
The win comes as more than a personal milestone for Justin, however. With the recapture of the chart’s summit, LAROI and Bieber tie the all-time record for the second-longest reigning all-male #1 hit.
(Weeks, Title, Artists, Date): Longest-Running All-Male #1 Hits
16, “Despacito,” Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee (feat. Justin Bieber), beginning May 27, 2017
7, “Stay,” The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber, beginning Aug. 14, 2021
7, “Ebony and Ivory,” Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder, beginning May 15, 1982
6, “Say Say Say,” Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson, beginning Dec. 10, 1983
4, “Shake Ya Tailfeather,” Nelly, P. Diddy & Murphy Lee, beginning Sept. 6, 2003
3, “All for Love,” Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart, Sting, beginning Jan. 22, 1994
As his beloved fans – affectionately called #Beliebers – celebrate his continued chart triumphs, look below to see who joins him in the top 25 on this week’s TGJ Chart Check.