It is about rattling time Lizzo reaches the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Scorching 100!

Lizzbians are celebrating as this 12 months’s music of the summer time, “About Rattling Time,” lastly peaked on the Billboard Scorching 100 charts – due to weeks of slowly creeping up the charts and TikTok too.

The observe kicks out Harry Types’ “As It Was” off the summit, who has been on the prime for ten weeks.

Lizzo Rejoices Over No. 1 Scorching 100 Tune ‘About Rattling Time’

Lizzo, who has been monitoring the charts week per week, has been celebrating throughout social media “About Rattling Time’s” current feat – peaking atop the Billboard Scorching 100 charts.

Initially debuting at No. 50, the funky observe threads its solution to the highest week after week after it stayed placed on the Scorching 100 High 10 weeks in the past, finishing its 14-week journey to the summit.

What propelled the observe to the highest was the current launch of its father or mother album, “Particular,” final week, which now debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 all-genre album charts, which opened to 69,000 album equal items.

 

“Particular” and “About Rattling Time” are each new profession bests to the 34-year-old hitmaker, because the album is his highest debuting undertaking on the Billboard 200 charts, and the observe was his second board chief on the Scorching 100 charts.

“About Rattling Time” isn’t just ruling the Scorching 100 charts this week, however it is usually concurrently sitting on the Scorching R&B Songs Charts and Scorching R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Charts within the tenth and third week, respectively.

 

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Billboard Scorching 100 High 10, ‘Operating Up That Hill’ Peaks At #3

Dropping onto No.1 is Harry Types’ “As It Was” after ten weeks on the No. 1 spot.

In the meantime, Kate Bush achieves one other all-time excessive at No. 3 for “Operating Up That Hill” after an enormous streaming enhance from “Stranger Issues” Season 4.

Jack Harlow’s “First Class” dips to No. 4, adopted by Future’s “Look forward to U” on No. 5.

At No. 6 is Unhealthy Bunny and Chencho Corleone’s “Me Porto Bonito,” whereas Beyonce’s lead single for “Renaissance,” “Break My Soul,” returns to No. 7, its peak place.

Glass Animals’ “Warmth Waves” drops to No. 8 as Harry Types’ “Late Evening Speaking” rises again to High 9 due to its cloudy music video enhance.

On the fringe of the High 10 is Drake’s “Jimmy Cooks,” which steps two spots down from No. 8.

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