Mitski Claims No. 1 on TikTok Billboard Top 50

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Mitski takes over as the latest No. 1 on the TikTok Billboard Top 50 with “My Love Mine All Mine,” which vaults 5-1 on the Oct. 14-dated ranking.

The TikTok Billboard Top 50, which began four weeks ago, is a weekly ranking of the most popular songs on TikTok in the United States based on creations, video views and user engagement. The latest chart reflects activity Oct. 2-8. Activity on TikTok is not included in Billboard charts except for the TikTok Billboard Top 50.

“My Love Mine All Mine” initially debuted on the Sept. 30-dated TikTok Billboard Top 50 at No. 34, followed by a leap to No. 5 Oct. 7 prior to its coronation. It becomes the first song in the chart’s five-week history to rise to No. 1 rather than debuting there.

The song was released as part of Mitski’s new album The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We, which premiered Sept. 15 and debuted at No. 2 on Billboard’s Top Alternative Albums survey dated Sept. 30. The singer born Mitsuki Laycock has had a handful of successful songs on TikTok previously, including “Washing Machine Heart,” “Nobody” and more, preceding the runaway success of “My Love Mine All Mine” more recently.

There isn’t a specific throughline using the song just yet; rather, currently users are uploading clips featuring the tune to soundtrack their lives, emotional moments, referencing romance and more.

Concurrently, “My Love Mine All Mine” jumps to a new peak of No. 49 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Mitski’s first top 50-charting song. It earned 8.4 million official U.S. streams in the Hot 100’s Sept. 29-Oct. 5 tracking period, a 28% boost, according to Luminate.

The track is the first No. 1 since the TikTok Billboard Top 50’s inception that isn’t a hip-hop song, following previous rulers “SkeeYee” by Sexyy Red, “Wassup Gwayy” by FamousSally and YB and “Sky” by Playboi Carti.

Mitski reigns on the TikTok Billboard Top 50 over Doja Cat’s “Paint the Town Red,” which remains at No. 2. As noted last week, though the song – currently No. 1 on the Hot 100 – has not yet crowned the TikTok Billboard Top 50, it also hasn’t dropped below No. 3 in the tally’s five weeks.

SUICIDAL-IDOL’s “Ecstasy” reaches a new peak, jumping into the top 10 for the first time at No. 3. Billed as the “slowed” version on the chart (there are four versions in all right now, also including the original, super slowed and a remix), “Ecstasy” debuted at No. 11 on Oct. 7 and sported 3.6 million official U.S. streams toward the Billboard charts Sept. 29-Oct. 5, a jump of 14%.

The previous No. 1, Playboi Carti’s “Sky,” drops to No. 4, while Girl in Red’s “We Fell in Love in October” rounds out the top five. The latter has become a perennial riser on TikTok each October, securing gains that brought it onto Billboard’s Alternative Streaming Songs chart last October (No. 22, Oct. 15, 2022) and already this month (No. 19, Oct. 14). Many of the latest uploads using the song, which was originally released in 2018, feature users posting themselves doing various fall activities or enjoying the cooling weather.


fall will forever be my favorite time of year, especially living in the pacific northwest — ready for fall activities!! #fall #autumnvibes #autumnaesthetic #fallaesthetic #fallleaves #octobermood #october #portland #pdx #portlandfall #oregonfall

♬ we fell in love in october – girl in red

See the full TikTok Billboard Top 50 here, including debuts from Summer Walker, Lukas Graham and more. You can also tune in each Friday to SiriusXM’s TikTok Radio (channel 4) to hear the premiere of the chart’s top 10 countdown at 3 p.m. ET, with reruns heard throughout the week.

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