Miley Cyrus has flown in at the top spot of the Billboard Hot 100 with her new single ‘Flowers.’
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In doing so, ‘Flowers’ becomes Cyrus’ second US #1 single and comes 10 years after her last stint at the top with 2013’s ‘Wrecking Ball.’ It also becomes the 65th track to storm in at #1 in the history of the Hot 100.
So, how did the song pull off the feat? Here’s how its first-week numbers stack up:
- 52.6 million streams
- 33.5 million radio airplay audience impressions
- 70,000 downloads sold
It’s of note that Cyrus’s single benefitted from discounted price point on her official web store (where it was available for 69 cents). However, it’s equally important to highlight that the singer’s seismic streams and radio presence mean it was always poised to make a mighty splash on the chart.