The music hits No. 1 on R&B Digital Song Sales.
Clearly, you keep in mind.
Earth, Wind & Fire's basic hit "September" debuts on Streets Talkin's Digital Song Sales chart (dated Oct. 6) at No. 26 with 9,000 downloads offered, marking a 215 % surge, within the Sept. 21-27 monitoring week, based on Nielsen Music. The music concurrently hits No. 1 on the R&B Digital Song Sales chart for the primary time, leaping from No. 10, and re-enters the R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales chart at No. 10, a brand new peak.
Surely sparking the music's acquire? Its opening lyric: "Do you keep in mind the 21st evening of September?"
"September" additionally debuts at No. 7 on R&B Streaming Songs with eight.5 million U.S. streams, up 100 %.
"September" noticed its sharpest good points on, in fact, Sept. 21, when it offered 5,000 downloads, a 788 % enhance from the day earlier than. The observe additionally logged four.1 million on-demand U.S. streams (audio and video mixed) on Sept. 21, up 386 % from 847,000 yesterday.
Playing into the enjoyable, Earth, Wind & Fire's Twitter account posted a ballot on Sept. 21 asking followers merely, "Do you keep in mind?" Of the half-million customers who responded, 88 % replied "sure."
The disco observe is one in every of Earth, Wind & Fire's greatest chart hits. It peaked at No. eight on the Streets Talkin Hot 100 (dated Feb. 10, 1979) after spending a week at No. 1 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (Jan. 13). It grew to become the group's fourth high 10 (of seven whole) on the Hot 100 and its sixth No. 1 (of an eventual eight) on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.