YouTube Music Charts and Trends Recap 5/12/2020 – The Hype Magazine

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Published on May 13th, 2020 | by Jerry Doby

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YouTube Music Charts and Trends Recap 5/12/2020

This week in YouTube Music, Marshmello surpasses 45M subscribers, Doja Cat charts in 50 countries, Grimes spikes after the birth of her and Elon Musk’s son, and more. Also check out Youtube’s “Jam With Me” VOD content as well; which can be found here. You can find the newest entries on the YouTube Music charts below.

Marshmello surpasses 45M subscribers

Marshmello has become just the second artist to surpass 45M subscribers on their Official Artist Channel — following only Justin Bieber. The masked producer has gained over 10M subscribers in the past 12 months alone. Marshmello is #35 on the Global Top Artists chart, while the lyric video for his Halsey collab “Be Kind” debuts at #90 on the US Top Music Videos chart.

Nicky Jam scores sixth billion-view video

Nicky Jam’s 2014 clip for “Travesuras” has reached one billion views, marking his sixth entry in the Billion Views Club as a lead, collaborator or featured artist. The reggaeton star is #48 on the Global Top Artists chart and #62 on the US Top Songs chart.

Doja Cat charts in 50 countries

Doja Cat’s “Say So” climbs to to #3 on both the Global and US Top Songs chart, amassing over 30M views globally over the charting period. The viral hit lands on the Top Songs chart in over 50 countries and territories this week. Doja Cat #16 on the US Top Artists chart.

Grimes spikes following birth of X Æ A-12

Grimes experienced a surge in views following the birth of her and Elon Musk’s son X Æ A-12, with daily views of the experimental pop artist’s catalog spiking 160% on May 6 when compared to her prior average daily views for 2020.

Lil Baby lands a dozen songs on the US Top Songs chart

Lil Baby lands a dozen songs on the  US Top Songs chart following the release of a deluxe edition of his sophomore LP My Turn, including “Emotionally Scarred” (#6), “All In” (#18), “We Paid” (#21), “Social Distancing” (#43) and “Humble” (#54). The Georgia-bred rapper ascends to #2 on the US Top Artists chart and #40 on the Global Top Artists chart.

Banda MS and Snoop Dogg collab makes charts debut

Banda MS and Snoop Dogg’s collaboration “Que Maldición” debuts at #2 on the Global Top Songs chart and #10 on US Top Songs chart. The genre-bending single helps boost Banda MS to #31 on the US Top Artists chart, while Snoop Dogg lands at #60.

Drake storms charts with latest new mixtape

Fueled by the the drop of his latest mixtape, Drake makes thirteen appearances on this week’s US Top Songs chart — including his Future collab “Life if Good (#1), “Toosie Slide” (#5), “Pain 1993” (#20), “Desires” (#55) and “Demons” (#56). Drake rises to #3 on the US Top Artists chart and #15 on the Global Top Artists chart.

Powfu’s “death bed” rises to #15

Powfu’s breakout “death bed” climbs to to #15 on the Global Top Songs chart this week. The 2019 release charts in over 30 countries and territories around the world, including Australia, the United Kingdom, Canada, the Netherlands, and the United States.

StaySolidRocky’s “Party Girl” ascends to top 15

StaySolidRocky’s “Party Girl” continues to climb the US Top Songs chart, landing this week at #12. The Trending Artist on the Rise alum’s breakout also makes its debut this week on the Global Top Songs chart at #77.

Tones and I remains global #1 

YouTube Artist on the Rise Tones and I remains at #1 on the Global Top Songs chart for a 24th time, amassing over 52M views last week. Tones and I is #51 on the Global Top Artists chart.

Other chart climbers and entries

Other notable chart climbers and entries include Lil Baby’s “Emotionally Scarred” (climbs to #6), Don Toliver’s “After The Party” (#59), Lil Baby’s “We Paid” (enters at #21), and Kevin Gates’ “Still Hold Up” (enters at #74).

 YouTube United States Top Songs chart: Top 5

1. Future – Life Is Good ft. Drake

2. Megan Thee Stallion – Savage

3. Roddy Ricch – The Box

4. Doja Cat – Say So

5. Drake – Toosie Slide

 

YouTube United States Top Songs chart: New Entries

10. BANDA MS  – QUE MALDICIÓN ft. SNOOP DOGG

20. Drake – Pain 1993 ft. Playboi Carti

21. Lil Baby – We Paid

43. Lil Baby – Social Distancing

54. Lil Baby – Humble

55. Drake – Desires ft. Future

56. Drake – Demons ft. Fivio Foreign & Sosa Geek

65. Drake – Deep Pockets

69. Drake – Not You Too ft. Chris Brown

74. Kevin Gates – Still Hold Up

75. Future, Drake & Young Thug – D4L

80. Lil Baby – Low Down

81. Drake – Chicago Freestyle ft. Giveon

93. Lil Baby – Get Money

95. Drake – Time Flies

 

YouTube United States Trending Videos chart

1. 6IX9INE – GOOBA (Official Music Video)

2. Lil Baby x 42 Dugg – We Paid (Official Video)

3. Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber – Stuck with U (Official Video)

4. Moneybagg Yo – Me Vs Me (Official Music Video)

5. Megan Thee Stallion – Savage Remix ft. Beyoncé (Official Audio)

6. Lil Durk – 3 Headed Goat ft. Lil Baby & Polo G (Official Audio)

7. 6IX9INE- GOOBA (Official Music Video)- REACTION

ZIAS!

8.Lil Baby – Emotionally Scarred (Official Video)

9. BANDA MS  – QUE MALDICIÓN ft. SNOOP DOGG (Video Animado)

10. Rod Wave – Girl Of My Dreams (Official Music Video)

 

YouTube Global Top Songs chart: Top 5:

1. Tones and I – Dance Monkey

2. Bad Bunny – Yo Perreo Sola

3. Doja Cat – Say So
4. Future – Life Is Good ft. Drake

5. Camilo – Favorito


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