Ado’s ‘Show’ Scores Third Week at No. 1 on Japan Hot 100

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Ado’s “Show” logs its third week at No. 1 on the Billboard Japan Hot 100, dated Oct. 11, continuing to improve in various metrics in a balanced way.

On the chart tallying the week ending Oct. 8, the Halloween event theme for Universal Studios Japan holds at No. 2 for downloads for the second week with 16,486 units, increasing by 0.9 percent from the week before. The track also continues to rule streaming for the third week in a row with 14,258,058 weekly streams, also an 0.9 percent increase. In other metrics of the chart’s methodology, “Show” rises 2-1 for video views and comes in at No. 7 for radio and No. 48 for karaoke.

YOASOBI dominate the next two slots this week, with the hit-making duo’s latest track “The Brave” rising 9-2 and former No. 1 hit “Idol” holding at No. 3. The former, the opener for the high fantasy anime Frieren, continues to rule downloads with 21,267 units. Streaming for the track soared by about three times the previous week to hit 8,139,175 streams, leaping 49-4 for the metric. The music video has currently racked up over 9 million views to rise 7-4 for video, and the song also soars 51-5 for radio.

The latter, the 21-week record-holder for longest stay at No. 1 on the Japan Hot 100, is currently at No. 3 for streaming, No. 10 for downloads, No. 3 for video, No. 46 for radio, and logs its 20th week at No. 1 for karaoke.

NMB48‘s “Nagisa Saiko!” debuts at No. 5 this week. The girl group’s 28th single sold 262,542 copies in the first week — 67,657 more copies than its predecessor, “Sukidamushi” to rule physical sales. It’s a fitting send-off to popular member Nagisa Shibuya, who will be leaving the group after being featured in center position for the last time.

Two tracks by BTS’s Jung Kook charts in the top 10 this week. His collaboration with Jack Harlow, “3D,” debuted on the Japan Hot 100 on the chart dated Oct. 4 at No. 17 after the single dropped Sept. 29, and climbs to No. 7 this week. The track is at No. 9 for downloads, No. 12 for streaming, No. 20 for radio, and No. 8 for video. His hit collab with Latto, “Seven,” is at No. 10 this week on its 13th week on the chart, coming in at No. 7 for streaming with 6,337,765 weekly streams, maintaining a higher count than “3D,” which logged 4,955,275 streams this week.

Three-man band shy taupe reached a new career-high on the Japan Hot 100, with “Rendez-vous” breaking into the top 10 at No. 8. This song bowed on the chart dated Aug. 23 at No. 66, then made its way to No. 14 two weeks later. It spent the next five weeks in the top 20 and hit its current position this week. The track is powered by streaming, which increased by about 0.9 percent from the previous week at 7,235,586 weekly streams, coming in No. 6. It’s still rising in other metrics, with downloads moving 67-54, video 50-33, and karaoke 56-52 on its 10th week on the chart.

The Billboard Japan Hot 100 combines physical and digital sales, audio streams, radio airplay, video views and karaoke data.

See the full Billboard Japan Hot 100 chart, tallying the week from Oct. 2 to 8, here. For more on Japanese music and charts, visit Billboard Japan’s English Twitter account.

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