Sakurazaka46 Rises to No. 1 as Tani Yuuki Scores First Prime 10 Hit on Japan Scorching 100


Sakurazaka46 hits No. 1 on this week’s Billboard Japan Scorching 100, dated April 13, with its newest observe “Samidareyo.” The J-pop lady group’s fourth single offered 452,752 copies in its first week to rule bodily gross sales, and in addition is available in at No. 2 for look-ups, No. 19 for downloads, No. 27 for streaming, No. 18 for radio airplay, and No. 6 for Twitter mentions.



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“Samidareyo” launched with about 45,000 extra CDs than the group’s earlier single known as “Nagaredama,” which offered 407,334 first-week copies. The brand new single additionally improved in streaming (600k extra weekly streams) in comparison with the earlier single, however fell brief by about 5,000 items in downloads.

Final week’s No. 1 music, Snow Man’s “Brother Beat,” slips to No. 3 however continues to take care of momentum. After ruling gross sales, look-ups, radio, and video views final week, the observe holds at No. 1 for look-ups and video, and in addition fares nicely in gross sales with 35,219 copies this week. Whole gross sales for the CD add as much as 844,301 copies.

Rising singer-songwriter Tani Yuuki scores his first prime 10 hit with “W / X / Y,” rising 12-9 on this week’s chart. Streams for the observe elevated by 11.3% from the week earlier than with 6,930,279 weekly streams, rising 6-2 for the metric.

Hitmaker Gen Hoshino is again with one other potential prime 10 hit on his arms. “Kigeki,” the ending theme of the brand new anime sequence SPYxFAMILY, dropped on April 8 and debuts at No. 11 this week, racking up 19,907 downloads (No. 1) with solely three days to tally this week. With a full week to depend, the observe is about to interrupt into the highest 10 subsequent week.

The Billboard Japan Scorching 100 combines bodily and digital gross sales, audio streams, radio airplay, Twitter mentions, YouTube and GYAO! video views, Gracenote look-ups and karaoke information.

For the total Billboard Japan Scorching 100 chart, tallying the week from Apr. 4 to Apr. 10, head right here.


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