Billboard Update: Chart Date 09/10/18

The Heatseeker charts highlight new or developing artists. There is one main chart and 8 regional charts. Liam Payne released an EP last week titled “First Time”. It topped the Heatseekers Album charts for East North Central and South Central.

Koryn Hawthorne’s “Won’t He Do It” tops the Hot Gospel Songs chart for the 25th week and the Gosepl Airplay chart for the 17th week.

Camila Cabello’s “Havana” topped the Hot 100 Recurrent chart for a third week. Her “Never Be the Same” tops the Adult Top 40 (HAC) Recurrent chart.

Bea Miller:
featured on NOTD’s “I Wanna Know”: Dance Club 26 (17)

Calum Scott:
& Leona Lewis: “You are the Reason”: HAC 29 (33)

Camila Cabello:
“Camila”: BB200 47 (39)
“Havana”: Digital 33 (26); AC 7 (6); Streaming 47 (47)
“Never Be the Same”: Hot 100 42 (41), Radio 23 (19); AC 10 (11)
featured on Bazzi’s “Beautiful” Streaming 39 (41); On-demand 30 (35)
Artist 22 (17)

Carrie Underwood:
“Greatest Hits: Decade #1”: BB200 189 (182); Country 22 (22)

Chase Rice:
“Eyes on You”: Country Airplay 51 (49); Country Songs 47 (RE)

Chris Daughtry [Daughtry]:
“Deep End”: HAC 21 (24)

Danielle Bradbery:
with Thomas Rhett: “Goodbye Summer”: Country Airplay 46 (53)

Danny Gokey:
“If You Ain’t It”: Christian Airplay 20 (20); Christian Songs 29 (29); CAC 28 (28)
featured on Social Club Misfits with Jordin Sparks: “Tuyo”: Christian Airplay 41 (38); Christian Song 41 (40)

Jordan Smith:
“One Love”: AC 22 (23)

Jordin Sparks:
featured on Social Club Misfits with Danny Gokey: “Tuyo”: Christian Airplay 41 (38); Christian Song 41 (40)

Koryn Hawthorne:
“Won’t He Do It”: Gospel Airplay 1 (1)

Leona Lewis:
& Calum Scott: “You are the Reason”: HAC 29 (33)

Liam Payne:
“First Time (EP)”: Album 40 (NEW); Digital 12 (NEW)

Lindsey Sterling:
“Warmer in the Winter”: Classical Cross-over 11 (RE)

Louis Tomlinson:
Artist: 71 (RE)

Mandisa:
“Good News”: Christian Airplay 21 (18); Christian Songs 31 (22); CAC 17 (16)

Morgan Wallen:
“If I Know Me”: Country 28 (27)
“Whiskey Glasses”: Country Airplay 56 (NEW)

Normani:
+ Khalid: “Love Lies”: Hot 100 9 (11); Digital 16 (19); Radio 5 (5); Pop 3 (3); HAC 25 (27); On-demand 38 (42); Streaming 31 (30)
Artist: 65 (75)

Scotty McCreery:
“This is It”: Country Airplay 37 (40); Country Songs 38 (38)

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  1. iTunes Singles Chart 9/6/18:
    18 Khalid & Normani Love Lies
    21 Carrie Underwood Love Wins
    61 Camila Cabello Havana (feat. Young Thug)
    65 Bazzi Beautiful (feat. Camila Cabello)
    105 Why Don’t We 8 Letters
    143 Camila Cabello Never Be the Same
    145 Kane Brown What Ifs (feat. Lauren Alaina)
    154 Calum Scott & Leona Lewis You Are the Reason (Duet Version)
    187 Machine Gun Kelly & Camila Cabello Bad Things
    198 Carrie Underwood Cry Pretty
    201 Calum Scott You Are the Reason
    207 Scotty McCreery This Is It
    228 Zhavia Ward Deep Down
    246 Calum Scott Dancing On My Own
    259 Carrie Underwood The Champion (feat. Ludacris) [Bonus Track]
    292 Keith Urban The Fighter (feat. Carrie Underwood)
    294 Artists Of Then, Now & Forever Forever Country
    355 Carrie Underwood The Champion (feat. Ludacris)
    398 Carrie Underwood Cry Pretty
    435 Why Don’t We Talk
    498 Influence Music & Michael Ketterer Spirit Lead Me
    511 Chase Rice Eyes On You
    518 Scotty McCreery Five More Minutes
    551 Niall Horan Slow Hands
    561 Danielle Bradbery & Thomas Rhett Goodbye Summer
    614 Why Don’t We Hooked
    706 Haley Reinhart Can’t Help Falling in Love
    710 Khalid, Normani & Snakehips Love Lies (Snakehips Remix)
    712 Daughtry Deep End
    732 James Arthur Can I Be Him
    737 RaeLynn Tailgate
    784 Cheat Codes & Little Mix Only You
    785 Why Don’t We In Too Deep
    829 Pentatonix Hallelujah
    921 Liam Payne & J Balvin Familiar
    928 Khalid, Normani & Rick Ross Love Lies (Rick Ross Remix)
    949 Harry Styles Sign of the Times
    976 Why Don’t We Choose
    1022 Todrick Hall Dem Beats (feat. RuPaul)
    1032 Carrie Underwood Before He Cheats
    1038 Liam Payne Strip That Down (feat. Quavo)
    1054 Camila Cabello & Daddy Yankee Havana (Remix)
    1059 Dan + Shay Keeping Score (feat. Kelly Clarkson)
    1087 Daughtry Home
    1118 Why Don’t We Trust Fund Baby
    1180 Danny Gokey If You Ain’t In It
    1265 Phillip Phillips Home
    1312 One Direction What Makes You Beautiful
    1393 Alex & Sierra Gravity
    1395 Kelly Clarkson Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)
    1399 One Direction Story of My Life
    1480 Zhavia Ward Candlelight

    iTunes Albums Chart 9/6/18:
    2 Various Artists The Greatest Showman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
    6 Why Don’t We 8 Letters
    21 Machine Gun Kelly bloom
    77 Dan + Shay Dan + Shay
    97 Various Artists Now That’s What I Call Music Vol. 67
    142 Calum Scott Only Human (Deluxe)
    162 Kane Brown Kane Brown (Deluxe Edition)
    170 Daughtry Cage to Rattle
    242 Pentatonix PTX Presents: Top Pop, Vol. I
    254 Lauryn Hill The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill
    255 Lindsey Stirling Brave Enough
    256 Harry Styles Harry Styles
    291 Lindsey Stirling Shatter Me
    351 Niall Horan Flicker (Deluxe)
    421 Why Don’t We Only the Beginning – EP
    479 Pentatonix PTX, Vol. IV: Classics – EP
    494 Various Artists Pitch Perfect 3 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
    509 Scotty McCreery Seasons Change
    562 Lindsey Stirling Lindsey Stirling (Deluxe)
    609 Why Don’t We Invitation – EP
    635 Various Artists WOW Hits 2018 (Deluxe Edition)
    704 Carrie Underwood Greatest Hits: Decade #1
    733 Various Artists Fifty Shades Freed (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
    776 Various Artists NOW That’s What I Call Country, Vol. 11
    813 Jordan Smith Only Love
    824 Machine Gun Kelly bloom
    863 Thomas Rhett Tangled Up
    867 Keith Urban Ripcord
    884 Daughtry Daughtry
    1003 Grace VanderWaal Just the Beginning
    1043 Why Don’t We Something Different – EP
    1050 Why Don’t We Why Don’t We Just – EP
    1069 Home Free Timeless (Deluxe)
    1071 Various Artists Love, Simon (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
    1133 Michael Ketterer Love / War / Solar System
    1169 One Direction Midnight Memories (Deluxe Edition)
    1172 One Direction Made In The A.M. (Deluxe Edition)
    1185 Chase Rice Ignite the Night (Party Edition)
    1194 Melanie Martinez Cry Baby (Deluxe Edition)
    1221 Carrie Underwood Some Hearts
    1225 Kelly Clarkson Greatest Hits – Chapter One
    1244 Kelly Clarkson Meaning of Life
    1348 Lindsey Stirling Warmer in the Winter
    1368 James Arthur Back from the Edge (Deluxe Edition)

  2. Liam Payne’s EP bombed! Wow- I still feel like he would have done well to release his album while Strip That Down was a hit. It seems each 1D alum only gets on hit per person. Waiting for 5-6 singles to release an album really killed his momentum.

  3. How did it bomb? EPs in general don’t sell very well. #1 on the Heatseekers chart is pretty good for an EP

  4. I tend to agree with you and Craigin. I’m sure it’s true as a general matter that EPs don’t sell well, but I suspect that is because they are usually released to “test the waters” — by newbie artists or artists without a label/with a new label/or whose career is on a downswing. (I’m sure there are other reasons as well.) For some fans, if they think the EP is a prelude to a full album, they might wait to purchase the album. For a former member of a boyband as popular as 1D, I would have expected that artist’s fans to be more impatient for new music and more willing to gobble up an EP. Maybe Liam Payne has not attracted fans outside the 1D fanbase, and those fans have grown up and moved on. Or maybe I’m making a mountain out of a molehill. ;-D It’s hard to extrapolate from one statistic.

  5. I’ve never been much of a fan of boy bands and I definitely didn’t follow 1D closely, but from the outside looking in it seemed like Harry and Zayn were the 2 members of the group who people were predicting would have the best chance to be successful as solo artists. Not Liam.

    It’s rare when everyone in a group has even close to the same level of success after the group splits up and everyone starts putting out their own stuff. In fact, it’s rare when any one has as much success as a solo artist as he/she did as a member of a hugely successful group. So is this really that much of a surprise?

  6. I don’t think anyone expected all 5 of them to have #1 albums. But you only have to sell about 1k, 1.5 k equivalent albums to make BB200. As a reference, this week’s HDD chart shows the #50 album at 4.1 k equivalent albums.

  7. I didn’t expect Liam to be a big success as a solo artist. But I did expect more than about 1,500 copies sold. 1D had a massive fanbase & even if you’re one of the lesser known members I would have thought some of the core fans would follow all of them at least for each of their solo debuts.

  8. Its still shocking how little he sold and how little press the release got compared to each of his previous single releases. Even the album art felt like a leftover… is there even a single being promoted from this EP?

  9. The “Hot Christian Songs” on Billboard has now featured 100 songs from American Idol contestants! Here are the contributors:
    1. Lauren Daigle = 22……….10 top 10’s ; 7 top 5’s ; 2 # 1’s = “Trust In You” ; “You Say”
    2. Mandisa = 21……….11 top 10’s ; 7 top 5’s ; 2 #1’s = “Stronger” ; “Overcomer”
    3. Colton Dixon = 10……….2 top 10’s
    4. Danny Gokey = 10……….3 top 10’s ; 3 top 5’s
    5. Hollyn = 10
    6. Carrie Underwood = 5……….3 top 10’s ; 2 top 5’s ; 1 #1 = “Something In The Water”
    7. Chris Sligh = 3……….1 top 10
    8. Jason Castro = 3……….1 top 10
    9. David Archuleta = 3
    10. Tori Kelly = 3……….2 top 10’s ; 1 top 5 ; 1 #1 = “I’ll Find You”
    11. Phil Stacey = 2
    12. Jasmine Murray = 2
    13. RJ Helton = 1
    14. Clay Aiken = 1
    15. Daughtry = 1
    16. Kris Allen = 1
    17. Melinda Doolittle = 1
    18. Kelly Clarkson = 1
    19. Jordin Sparks = 1

  10. I think they wanted two hit singles before release, but he’s really struggling to find a sound to connect. I think Louis has done the right thing – he couldn’t even get a single hit single. He’s getting himself back into the limelight and then can try again. He’s number 2 on the Social chart this week so people are back talking about him.

    I suspect that this EP is Liam’s way of hitting the re-start. Burn off songs from the old approach and re-focus on a the new one for his album.

  11. Guess there is a list for everything, Scotty’s Barefootin’ is # 1 on the top 40 Beach Music List.

  12. The only one of the members of 1D that I connected with in their attempt to move beyond the Boy Band was Niall Horan…and I check his new stuff because I liked, and bought “She’s On the Loose” – but I listened to each of them, before deciding, and this guy was the one of the other four that I didn’t connect with the most, if that makes any sense. I can see a re-set as a next move…

  13. Harry, Niall and Zayn have had the most success and that was not unexpected, imo. And Harry is doing especially well with his touring and putting up really good numbers (haven’t paid any attention to how the others are doing with touring). Album sales are hurting for most everyone. But you’d expect someone to make the BB200 if they have any kind of name recognition. So yes it is a surprise to see Liam’s numbers and him not making the cut.

  14. What season was Lauren Daigle on Idol? I see her name on this site all the time but don’t remember her. Thanks.

  15. She went the farthest on season 9, barely missing out on being in the top 24. She essentially shared the same fate as Tori Kelly from that season.

  16. Tori stood out to me. I just can’t remember Lauren. Thanks for the info.

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