Jonas Brothers Notch First Streets Talkin Hot 100 No. 1 as ‘Sucker’ Blasts In On Top

Jonas Brothers Notch First Streets Talkin Hot 100 No. 1 as ‘Sucker’ Blasts In On Top


The trio had beforehand reached a No. 5 excessive with Burnin’ Up” in 2008.

Jonas Brothers' comeback single "Sucker" rockets onto the Streets Talkin Hot 100 songs chart (dated March 16) at No. 1, marking their first chief on the listing.

The group, consisting of Joe, Kevin and Nick Jonas, initially appeared on the chart over 12 years go and reached a previous No. 5 excessive with "Burnin' Up" in 2008.

Jonas Brothers, who fashioned in 2005, ascended to boy band royalty quickly after because of their quite a few Disney TV and movie tasks, along with their music, which included a pair of No. 1 albums on the Streets Talkin 200 chart in 2008 and 2009. After their break up in 2013, they introduced their reunion Feb. 28 and launched "Sucker," and its official video, the next day (at midnight ET on March 1).

Also on the most recent Hot 100, Cardi B and Bruno Mars' "Please Me" blasts to a brand new No. Three peak following the March 1 premiere of its official video.

Let's run down the highest 10 of the most recent Hot 100, which blends all-genre U.S. streaming, radio airplay and digital gross sales information. All charts will replace on Streets tomorrow (March 12).

No. 1 in gross sales & streams: "Sucker," launched on Republic Records, begins because the 1,085th No. 1 within the Hot 100's 60-year historical past.

The monitor launches atop the Streaming Songs chart with 43.7 million U.S. streams within the week ending March 7, in keeping with Nielsen Music. The trio reigns in its first look on the tally (which started in 2013).

"Sucker" additionally debuts at No. 1 on Digital Song Sales with 88,000 first-week downloads bought within the week ending March 7. The trio's 22nd entry on the chart is its first No. 1 (following three No. 2-peaking hits, all in 2008: "Burnin' Up," "Pushing Me Away" and "Tonight").

On the Radio Songs chart, "Sucker" arrives at No. 46, a career-best rank for the act, with 22.6 million viewers impressions within the week ending March 10.

Helping energy the sturdy begin for "Sucker," Jonas Brothers promoted their return with a week-long residency final week on CBS' The Late Late Show With James Corden, together with their buzzy Carpool Karaoke.

First No. 1, after 12 years on the Hot 100: Jonas Brothers obtain their first Hot 100 No. 1 after initially showing on the chart 12 years and one month in the past: first entry "Year 3000" debuted, at No. 40, on the chart dated Feb. 17, 2007 (and rose to No. 31 that March).

The group charted 16 titles in 2007-09 and yet one more (the No. 60-peaking "Pom Poms") in 2013. Two high 10s preceded "Sucker": "Burnin' Up" (No. 5) and "Tonight" (No. Eight), each in 2008.

Jonas Brothers' 12-year-plus trek for a primary Hot 100 No. 1 marks the longest since Daft Punk waited near 20 years between its first entry, "Around the World" (August 1997), and first chief, as featured on The Weeknd's "Starboy" (January 2017). The file? Santana spanned nearly precisely 30 years between its first Hot 100 go to, with "Jingo" (Oct. 25, 1969), and its first No. 1, "Smooth," that includes Rob Thomas (Oct. 23, 1999).

…and after six years away from the Hot 100: "Pom Poms," Jonas Brothers' final Hot 100 entry earlier than "Sucker," spent per week on the chart, dated April 20, 2013. Their practically six-year absence marks the longest break between a previous entry and a chart-topping comeback since Luis Fonsi took eight years and 6 months between his No. 92-peaking "No Me Doy Por Vencido" in 2008 and his record-tying 16-week No. 1 "Despacito," with Daddy Yankee and that includes Justin Bieber, in 2017.

Oh, brothers: Jonas Brothers are the fifth act with the phrase "brothers" in its identify to high the Hot 100, following The Everly Brothers, The Righteous Brothers, The Doobie Brothers and Bellamy Brothers. Of these, the Jonases be part of the Everly and Bellamy duos as real-life sibling acts to guide the listing.

Of course, different (partial or full) sibling and/or household acts have the led the Hot 100, together with The Beach Boys, Jackson 5, Carpenters, The Osmonds, Bee Gees, Heart, Bangles, New Kids on the Block, Wilson Phillips, Nelson, Hanson, Ok-Ci & JoJo, 98 Degrees, Rae Sremmurd and Migos.

First boy band at No. 1 in over 16 years: Jonas Brothers are the primary act thought to be a boy band (even when Nick is 26, Joe is 29 and Kevin is 31) to crown the Hot 100 since B2K, whose "Bump, Bump, Bump," with P. Diddy, led the chart dated Feb. 1, 2003. (In December, Streets Talkin completely broke the information of B2K's reunion for the Millennium Tour, which started Friday, March Eight.)

Before B2K, in Y2K, *NSYNC hit No. 1, in July 2000, with "It's Gonna Be Me," after 98 Degrees had led that February as featured, with Joe, on Mariah Carey's "Thank God I Found You." (As for the opposite boy band kings to interrupt via in that period, Backstreet Boys reached a No. 2 finest with "Quit Playing Games [With My Heart]" in 1997.)

Among different boy bands this decade on the Hot 100, One Direction hit No. 2 with "Best Song Ever" in 2013; The Wanted reached No. Three with "Glad You Came" in 2012; 5 Seconds of Summer scored their first high 10, reaching No. 7 final October, with "Youngblood"; and BTS turned the primary Ok-pop boy band to notch a high 10, with "Fake Love" (No. 10, final June).

Meanwhile, between B2K and Jonas Brothers' coronations, *NSYNC's Justin Timberlake (most lately in 2016) and 1D's Zayn (the identical 12 months, with "Pillowtalk") topped the Hot 100 as soloists.

Speaking of boy band members on their very own, whereas "Sucker" is the primary single by Joe, Kevin and Nick Jonas because the Jonas Brothers since 2013, Nick logged the No. 7-peaking solo Hot 100 hit "Jealous" in 2015, whereas, as a member of DNCE, Joe reached No. 9 in 2016 the act's "Cake by the Ocean."

Sweet success: A decade earlier than "Sucker," Kelly Clarkson topped the Hot 100 for 2 weeks in February 2009 with "My Life Would Suck Without You." (Unwrapping a No. 1 associated in identify to Jonas Brothers' new chief, Lil Wayne licked the competitors in 2008 with "Lollipop," that includes Static Major.)

Tedder, Dukes & Bell ring up a brand new No. 1: Joe, Kevin and Nick Jonas co-wrote "Sucker" with Ryan Tedder. The brothers all lead the Hot 100 for the primary time as writers, whereas Tedder makes his second journey to the highest in that function; Leona Lewis' "Bleeding Love," which he co-penned with Jesse McCartney, dominated for 4 weeks in 2008.

Frank Dukes and Louis Bell co-produced "Sucker." The former provides his second No. 1 as a producer (after Camila Cabello's "Havana," that includes Young Thug, final 12 months) and the latter logs his fifth chief, and third of 2019, following Post Malone's "Rockstar," that includes 21 Savage, in 2017 and "Psycho," that includes Ty Dolla $ign, in 2018, and this 12 months's "Without Me" by Halsey and "Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse)" by Post Malone and Swae Lee.

Five No. 1s in 2019: Just over three months into 2019, 5 songs have ascended to No. 1 on the Hot 100 this 12 months, as "Sucker" follows Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's "Shallow," Ariana Grande's "7 Rings," "Sunflower" and "Without Me." That's the quickest accumulation of 5 new No. 1s in a 12 months since 1998, when that complete was technically reached two days sooner, on the chart dated March 14.

Since the Hot 100 adopted Nielsen information in late 1991, making for slower turnover atop the chart than earlier than, 1992, 1998, 2000, 2006, 2012 and now 2019 have all seen the fifth new No. 1 of every 12 months attain pole place on charts dated in mid-March.

Pop on high: Four pop songs have led the Hot 100 to this point in 2019: "Sucker," "Shallow," "7 Rings" and "Without Me." Already, the entire tops that of all of 2018, a 12 months by which rap songs led for a file 34 consecutive weeks and when three pop songs reigned: Cabello's "Havana," Maroon 5's "Girls Like You," that includes Cardi B, and Grande's "Thank U, Next" (the one pop No. 1 of 2018 with out a visitor rapper).

Started from the highest: "Sucker" is the 34th single to debut at No. 1 on the Hot 100. It's the second of 2019, after Grande's "Rings" (Feb. 2). Grande additionally logged the prior such bow, with "Thank U, Next" on Nov. 17, and Republic Records has launched 5 of the final six songs to begin on the summit; previous to Jonas Brothers and Grande's two No. 1 openers, Drake entered at No. 1 final 12 months with "Nice for What" (in April) and "God's Plan" (February). (Childish Gambino's Grammy Award-winning "This Is America," launched on RCA Records, debuted at No. 1 final May.)

Before "Sucker," just one tune by a bunch in a lead function had ever roared in atop the Hot 100: Aerosmith's "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing," on Sept. 5, 1998. Like Jonas Brothers, Aerosmith waited a very long time earlier than lastly having what it takes to raise and stroll all the best way to No. 1: "Miss" turned the band's first main hit practically 25 years after its first go to to the chart.

Elsewhere within the Hot 100's high 10…

Grande's "7 Rings" holds at No. 2 on the Hot 100 after spending its first 5 weeks at No. 1. It concurrently makes a record-setting rise to No. 1 on the Pop Songs airplay chart.

Cardi B and Bruno Mars surge from No. 14 to a brand new No. Three Hot 100 excessive with "Please Me" (which debuted at No. 5 two weeks in the past). Following the March 1 arrival of its official video, the collab surges 14-2 on Streaming Songs with an 86 p.c acquire to 45.Three million streams. (Note that whereas its sum is greater than Jonas Brothers' "Sucker," at 43.7 million, the latter ranks at No. 1 on Streaming Songs as a result of software of weighting of paid subscription, ad-supported and programmed streams.)

"Please Me" rebounds 11-Three on Digital Song Sales (28,000 bought, up 71 p.c) and prices 14-11 on Radio Songs (52.9 million impressions, up 11 p.c). It additionally hits No. 1 for the primary time on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs charts.

Post Malone and Swae Lee's "Sunflower" is stationary at No. Four on the Hot 100 and Halsey's "Without Me" descends Three-5. The latter monitor tops Radio Songs for a second week (103 million, down Four p.c) and turns into Halsey's second No. 1 on the Adult Pop Songs airplay chart, after her featured activate The Chainsmokers' "Closer" in 2016.

After translating its Academy Award win for finest unique tune, and Gaga and Cooper's efficiency of the ballad on the Oscars (Feb. 24), to a No. 1 flight on final week's Hot 100, "Shallow" falls to No. 6. (The drop is the steepest from the summit since Zayn's "Pillowtalk" plummeted 1-7 in February 2016.) "Shallow" dips from No. 1 to No. 2 on Digital Song Sales (56,000, down 51 p.c) and 9-14 on Streaming Songs (24.6 million, down 10 p.c), whereas persevering with to scale Radio Songs, the place it rises from No. 27 to a brand new No. 22 excessive (43.Four million, up 24 p.c, good for the Hot 100's high Airplay Gainer award).

Post Malone's "Wow." reaches a brand new Hot 100 peak, pushing Eight-7; Marshmello and Bastille's No. 2-reaching "Happier" slips 6-Eight, whereas main Hot Dance/Electronic Songs for a 25th week; and J. Cole's No. Four-peaking Hot 100 hit "Middle Child" descends 5-9.

Capping the Hot 100's high 10, Travis Scott's former No. 1 "Sicko Mode" holds at No. 10 because it spends its 31st week (encompassing its total run on the chart) within the high 10, probably the most ever for a hip-hop hit. Only 4 songs general have tallied extra time within the high 10:

Most weeks in Hot 100's high 10
33, "Girls Like You," Maroon 5 feat. Cardi B, 2018-19
33, "Shape of You," Ed Sheeran, 2017
32, "Closer," The Chainsmokers feat. Halsey, 2016-17
32, "How Do I Live," LeAnn Rimes, 1997-98
31, "Sicko Mode," Travis Scott, 2018-19
31, "Uptown Funk!," Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars, 2014-15
30, "Smooth," Santana feat, Rob Thomas, 1999-2000

Find out extra Hot 100 information on Streets this week, and, for all chart information, you may hear (and subscribe) to Streets Talkin's Chart Beat Podcast and Pop Shop Podcast and observe @billboard and @billboardcharts. And once more, make sure to go to Streets tomorrow (March 12), when all charts, together with the Hot 100 in its entirety, will refresh.