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Billboard Charts (@billboardcharts) tweeted at 1:13 PM on Mon, Jul 29, 2019:
Over 28,000 songs have debuted on the #Hot100 in its 60-year history.
 
1,086 songs have hit No. 1.
 
38 songs have spent 10+ weeks No. 1.
 
3 songs have spent 15+ weeks at No. 1.
 
1 song has spent 17+ weeks at No. 1: @LilNasX ft. @billyraycyrus, "Old Town Road"

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I've always hated how Billboard does the Hot 100 charts when it came to combining remixes into one.  That's a big reason why Old Town Road has the record now.  Justin Bieber even came out with a "Bad Guy" remix to try and get Billie Eilish to #1 and prevent OTR from breaking the "Despacito"/"One Sweet Day" record. 

 

 

IMO, a remix should be counted as its own, and not added to the original song.  

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I'm really happy for both Lil Nas X and Billie Eilish. Staying #1 for 19 weeks is phenomenal. But also stubbornly clinging to #2 (returning to it time after time after being pushed down a slot by a new song for a week or so) and then taking the #1 spot after months is a testament to just what a huge hit Bad Guy is. 

 

 

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Not a fan of "Bad Guy" but thank God!  "Let's create 20 remixes so the song will stay number one!!"  Give me a break, OTR!   LOL   Please change that stupid rule, Billboard!

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7 minutes ago, Faulkner said:

Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello?

 

Yes. I just find them both manufactured and desperate (I also think he's heading for a breakdown).

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This guy does predictions of Hot 100 weekly chart positions. Looks like “Truth Hurts” will extend it’s No. 1 run to three weeks, with “Señorita” and two new Post Malone tracks nipping at its heels.

 

 

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