This Week in Streets Talkin Chart History: In 2015, Fans Said 'Hello' Right Back to Adele

This Week in Streets Talkin Chart History: In 2015, Fans Said 'Hello' Right Back to Adele


Plus, remembering feats by Rihanna, Ginuwine & Destiny’s Child.

Your weekly recap celebrating important milestones from greater than seven a long time of Streets Talkin chart historical past.

Nov. 12, 2011
Rihanna started her longest Streets Talkin Hot 100 reign, as "We Found Love," that includes Calvin Harris, spent its first of 10 weeks at No. 1. She logged her second-longest command in 2016 with "Work," that includes Drake, which dominated for 9 weeks.

Nov. 13, 1965
The soundtrack to The Sound of Music hit No. 1 on the Streets Talkin 200 and have become one of many largest albums of all time – it ranks at No. 2 on Streets Talkin's Greatest of All Time Streets Talkin 200 Albums recap, behind solely Adele's 21. The movie's legendary Julie Andrews continues to be working; the primary season of her academic pre-school present Julie's Greenroom arrived on Netflix in 2017, and he or she is rumored to make a cameo within the new Mary Poppins Returns movie, starring Emily Blunt, which premieres Dec. 19.

Speaking of Adele …

Nov. 14, 2015
"I used to be so frightened that nobody cared," Adele instructed syndicated morning radio host Elvis Duran hours after "Hello" was launched. Her fears had been clearly unfounded. The ballad blasted onto the Streets Talkin Hot 100 at No. 1, setting the file for probably the most U.S. downloads bought in per week: 1.11 million, in response to Nielsen Music, because it turned the primary music ever to promote 1 million downloads in per week. The music, which went on to prime the Hot 100 for 10 weeks, launched her third LP, 25, which itself arrived with a Nielsen-record three.38 million copies bought in its first body.

Nov. 15, 2014
Tove Lo topped the Pop Songs airplay chart for the primary of two weeks together with her debut hit, "Habits (Stay High)."

Nov. 16, 1996
Ginuwine trotted to the highest of Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs with "Pony." Per week later, the music reached its Streets Talkin Hot 100 peak of No. 6.

Nov. 17, 1984
Jitterbug … Wham! danced to its first of three Streets Talkin Hot 100 No. 1s with "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go." Lead singer George Michael would go on so as to add seven extra leaders as a soloist.

Nov. 18, 2000
Destiny's Child started its longest Streets Talkin Hot 100 reign, as "Independent Women Part I" spent its first of 11 weeks at No. 1.

Additional reporting by Xander Zellner