Megan Thee Stallion has a certified smash on her hands with her latest single “Hiss.” The tune blasts onto the Billboard charts, dominating almost every ranking it reaches upon its arrival. Stallion’s latest isn’t just a hit on the Hot 100, which is the ranking most seem to be talking about–it’s a winner on many, many different lists.
“Hiss” debuts at No. 1 on 10 different Billboard charts this week. The song was a sales and streaming smash from the moment it arrived, and its first-week performance has allowed it to open in first place on lists that track these specific types of consumption, as well as more general rankings of what Americans are listening to.
Most notably, “Hiss” arrives in first place on the Hot 100. The song marks Stallion’s third leader, and her second track to debut at No. 1. It’s also her first leader on her own, as her past wins credited Cardi B and Beyoncé.
“Hiss” is also an instant winner on the all-genre Digital Song Sales chart, where it sold just under 94,200 digital copies, according to Luminate. The track similarly launches at No. 1 on both the Streaming Songs and Billboard Global 200 charts. On the latter ranking, it becomes the biggest single in the world upon its arrival, which is a major show of acceptance for Stallion’s latest.
Looking at Billboard’s genre-specific charts, “Hiss” is a quick winner on nearly every list that incorporates hip-hop or rap. Stallion’s latest debuts at No. 1 on all of the following lists: Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, R&B/Hip-Hop Streaming Songs, R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales, Hot Rap Songs, Rap Streaming Songs, and Rap Digital Song Sales.
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“Hiss” is still just getting started on a number of radio charts, where songs don’t debut at No. 1. The tune is new at No. 40 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart, and it will surely climb from there. In the coming weeks, the single will almost certainly also place on other, similar rankings, such as the Rap Airplay and Rhythmic Airplay tallies.