“Harlem Shake” Spends Fourth Week at #1, Rihanna & Macklemore Stay Strong in Top 5

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Baauer’s “Harlem Shake” remains at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, Rihanna’s “Stay” and Macklemore’s “Thrift Shop” still in the top 5

For the fourth week in a row, Baauer‘s overnight hit single, “Harlem Shake,” holds the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, although the viral sensation logs a second straight week of declines in YouTube streaming.

The song entered the Hot 100 chart at #1 exactly three weeks ago, concurrent with the addition of U.S. YouTube video streaming data to the chart.

The song also holds the #1 spot on the Dance/Electronic Songs chart, as well as Streaming Songs chart with a 10% decrease to 48 million streams.

Coming in strongly at #2 is Macklemore & Ryan LewisThrift Shop,” featuring Wanz, which still manages to hold the #1 spot on Radio Songs and Digital Songs charts. “Thrift” also leads On-Demand Songs for a 10th week, marking the first domination of double-digit weeks since the chart launched a year ago this week.

It tops the list with 1.6 million on-demand streams (down 23%), holds at #2 on Streaming Songs (9.2 million, down 52%), and leads Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs for a ninth week.

Coming in at #3 this week is Bruno Mars“When I Was Your Man,” the official second single from his second studio album Unorthodox Jukebox, while Rihanna and Mikky Ekko‘s Stay jumps from #5 to #4 this week, after reaching a peak to date of #3 following her Grammy Awards performance.

Justin Timberlake‘s #4-peaking Suit & Tie,” featuring Jay-Z, returns to the Hot 100′s top five (#8 to #5) for the first time since it roared from #84 to #4 seven weeks ago (following its first full week of impact).

Rounding out the top 10 this week is Taylor Swift at #6 with I Knew You Were Trouble,” with Drake‘s Started From the Bottom,” at #7.

will.i.am and Britney SpearsScream & Shout falls to #8 this week, while Lil Wayne‘s Drake and Future-assisted Love Me returns to the top 10 at #9. Bruno Mars‘ former six-week #1 Locked Out of Heaven closes the list at #10 in its 23rd week on the chart.

Watch: Bruno Mars – When I Was Your Man [Official Video]




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