JUN & XIUMIN Debut on the charts with popular songs

Thai rapper-singer Lisa by BLACK ROSE SAID returns to No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Trending Songs chart (dated Oct. 8), powered by Twitter, as “Lalisa” logs a fourth week at the top spot.

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“Lalisa,” released in September 2021, is the fourth-longest leading No. 1 in the chart’s short history, breaking out of a tie with BLACKPINK’s “Pink Venom” and BTS’s “Yet to Come.” BTS’ “Butter” has spent the most time at No. 1 (20 weeks), followed by Ha Sung Woon and Jimin’s “With You” and SB19’s “Bazinga” (seven weeks each).

When “Lalisa” topped the Hot Trending Songs chart for the first time (dated August 6), Lisa became the first female to top the chart. The song is also the only title to appear on all Hot Trending Songs charts dating to the start of the survey (50 weeks and counting).

Among other Hot Trending Songs moves, JUN’s “Limbo” debuts at No. 16, marking the SEVENTEN member’s first solo entry on the chart. The track arrived Sept. 23, shortly after the group wrapped up the U.S. leg of its Be the Sun world tour.

Plus, XIUMIN’s “Brand New” opens at No. 17, becoming the EXO member’s first solo entry on the chart. It’s the title track from his debut EP, which was released in September. 26.

Billboard’s Hot Trending Songs charts, powered by Twitter and sponsored by Capital One, track real-time global music-related trends and conversations across Twitter that can be viewed for either the past 24 hours or the past seven days. A 20-position weekly version of the chart, covering activity from Friday to Thursday of each week, posts along with Billboard’s other weekly charts on Billboard.com every Tuesday. The lists highlight buzz around new releases, awards shows, festival moments, music nostalgia and more. Hot Trending Songs is unique in that it tracks what songs people are talking about, not necessarily what they’re listening to.

Keep visiting Billboard.com for the ever-evolving Hot Trending Songs rankings, and check in every Tuesday for the latest weekly chart.

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