Miley Cyrus’ ‘Party in the USA’ Re-Enters Hot 100’s Top 50 Over 13 Years After Its Original Peak

Published: Friday 14th Jul 2023 by Rashad

‘Party in the USA,’ the chart-topping 2009 megahit from Miley Cyrus, has unexpectedly gone from being a party-girl Pop classic to an American anthem as evidenced by a recent Independence Day-fueled sales resurgence.

Already the highest-certified female song in U.S. history (a title shared with Mariah Carey‘s ‘All I Want for Christmas Is You’ and Katy Perry‘s ‘Firework‘), ‘Party’ has become a firework of its own – a ‘must-hear’ at July 4th celebrations across the USA.

So much so, the Dr. Luke-produced song – even in 2023 – racked up a whopping 8 million U.S.-based streams, 5.2 million radio airplay audience impressions, and 6,000 downloads sold during the week of the holiday. For context, the nearly 14-year-old hit was the second best-selling female song (pure sales) behind the massive Olivia Rodrigo comeback single, ‘Vampire,’ over the sales tracking period of July 2 – July 7.

With the aforementioned handsome stats attached, ‘Party’ pounced to #50 on the refreshed Hot 100 in its overall 29th week of charting – extending its reign as Miley’s second longest-running tune on the hitlist (eclipsed only by the 32-week run of 2013’s ‘Wrecking Ball‘). At the height of its popularity, ‘Party’ peaked at #2.

Like Carey’s annual yuletide domination with ‘All I Want for Christmas,’ some industry analysts believe ‘Party’ will become a perennial staple for patriotic Americans for years to come and will reappear on the hitlist every July.

Until we find out for sure, see who joins Miley on TGJ’s weekly chart recap: TGJ Chart Check.

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  1. Ms. Ling Ling July 14, 2023

    What’s news? This news? TGJ, y’all are tired. Go sit down somewhere

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