Every Song From The Weeknd’s ‘Starboy’ Is Charting On Billboard

blame it on Patrick Glynn December 6, 2016

The Weeknd’s Starboy debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart selling nearly 350,000 copies. Almost 150,000 of those, though, came from streams, which means songs from Starboy were streamed more than 200 million times in one week. (He recently became the most-streamed artist in a single day on Spotify, and you can see why.)

Not only did The Weeknd dominate the album chart, he took over the Billboard Hot 100. Every single song from Starboy landed within the top 72 songs.

Led by “Starboy” at No. 2 (it’s still a slot behind “Black Beatles“), “Party Monster,” “I Feel It Coming” and “Sidewalks” with Kendrick Lamar also appear in the Top 40.

The remaining 14 songs land between No. 43 and No. 72.

No. 2 – “Starboy” f. Daft Punk
No. 16 – “Party Monster”
No. 22 – “I Feel It Coming” f. Daft Punk
No. 27 – “Sidewalks” f. Kendrick Lamar
No. 31 – “Reminder”
No. 34 – “Six Feet Under”
No. 43 – “Die For You”
No. 44 – “Rockin'”
No. 46 – “All I Know” f. Future
No. 47 – “Secrets”
No. 48 – “True Colors”
No. 55 – “False Alarm”
No. 61 – “Stargirl Interlude” f. Lana Del Rey
No. 67 – “Attention”
No. 68 – “Nothing Without You”
No. 69 – “A Lonely Night”
No. 71 – “Love To Lay”
No. 72 – “Ordinary Life”

Streaming continues to dominate.