Jack Harlow Crowns Streaming Songs Chart With Biggest Week Yet of 2022

Jack Harlow Crowns Streaming Songs Chart With Biggest Week Yet of 2022

Jack Harlow reaches No. 1 for the second time on Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart, as “First Class” debuts top the April 23-dated ranking.

“Class” bows with 54.6 million official U.S. streams in the April 8-14 tracking period, according to Luminate, formerly MRC Data.

Harlow last hit the top of the chart with fellow No. 1 debut “Industry Baby,” released with co-lead Lil Nas X. The song bowed atop the Aug. 7, 2021, survey, with 40.6 million streams, returning again to the top of the Oct. 23, 2021, list (23.2 million streams).

“Class” is Harlow’s top-ranking Streaming Songs appearance as the sole lead artist, eclipsing the No. 2 peak of “Whats Poppin,” which featured DaBaby, Tory Lanez and Lil Wayne, in July 2020. He also hit the top 10 with the No. 4-peaking “Nail Tech” earlier this year, as well as “Tyler Herro” – at No. 10 – in November 2020.

“Class” garners the top streaming week of any song in 2022, eclipsing the seven-day mark of 47.5 million streams for Brenda Lee’s “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” toward the Jan. 1 Billboard charts.

Harlow’s mark is also the largest of any song in a single week since the charts dated Sept. 18, 2021, when two Drake songs from his album Certified Lover Boy went bigger: “Way 2 Sexy,” featuring Future and Young Thug, snagged 67.3 million streams, while “Girls Want Girls,” featuring Lil Baby, boasted 57.4 million streams.

Concurrently, as previously reported, “Class” debuts at No. 1 on the multi-metric Billboard Hot 100, his second topper and first to arrive at No. 1. The song also crowns Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs.

Jack Harlow Crowns Streaming Songs Chart With Biggest Week Yet of 2022 Jack Harlow reaches No. 1 for the second time on Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart, as “First Class” debuts top the April 23-dated ranking. “Class” bows with 54.6 million official U.S. streams in the April 8-14 tracking period, according to Luminate, formerly MRC Data. Harlow…