Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber are continuing to hold strong at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart. On the latest update reflected on the May 31 refresh (a day late due to Memorial Day), their song "Despacito" is spending a third week at the top of the chart while also commanding two of the three formula charts and rising on the airplay tally.
"Despacito" maintains its lead at No. 1 on Digital Songs for a fourth week since its rise on the Billboard charts. For the tracking week ending May 25, the song sold an additional 137,000 copies and increased over last week's sales. This week, the song rises 19 percent in activity through digital retailers. The trio also spent a second week at No. 1 on Streaming Songs which includes Spotify listens, YouTube, Apple Music, Google Play as well as others (those four also make up the On-Demand Streaming Songs subchart). "Despacito" received 65.4 million streams putting the song in third place for most streams in a single week. They follow Baauer's "Harlem Shake" (103 million) and Kendrick Lamar's "Humble" (67.4 million).
Fonsi, Yankee and Bieber are moving up the Radio Songs airplay chart, formerly Hot 100 Airplay, having the gainer award for a second week. The song received 88 million radio impressions in the U.S. from any station rotating the track. It remains at No. 7 but had an increase of over 20 percent in the latest tracking week. In the U.S., radio airplay is tracked Monday through Sunday versus Friday and through Thursday for sales and streaming to give a more up to date reading.
Bruno Mars' latest track "That's What I Like" stays put at No. 2 on the Hot 100 but reigns over all others on Radio Songs for a fourth consecutive week. The song had 164 million impressions for the week.