Right behind "Cruise" on this week's Digital Songs chart is Miley Cyrus' new "We Can't Stop," which bows at No. 3 with 214,000. It's her best sales week for a song since Christmas of 2009, when "Party in the U.S.A." sold 285,000 downloads.
Just outside the Hot 100's top 10, Miley Cyrus debuts at No. 11 with "We Can't Stop." After its first week of availability, the track enters Hot Digital Songs at No. 3 with 214,000 downloads sold. It's her highest rank and sales sum since her lone No. 1 on the sales chart, "Party in the U.S.A.," led for six weeks in 2009; it debuted with 226,000 and peaked with 285,000 over Christmas week that year. "Stop" tops the No. 4 191,000-unit Hot Digital Songs start of her last lead single from a studio album, 2010's "Can't Be Tamed." ("Stop" previews her forthcoming RCA Records debut set.) Cyrus' new single begins at No. 29 on Streaming Songs (1.7 million) and, although its 6.2 million in audience leaves it below the 75-position-deep Hot 100 Airplay chart, it bows at No. 40 on the Mainstream Top 40 genre airplay list.
Miley Cyrus' We Can't Stop music video now holds the record for most views in 24 hours by a female ever on YouTube with currently 5.363.891 views. The previous record holder was Rihanna's "Where Have You Been" with 4.95million views.
#5 on iTunes.
With the sales increase as well as a likely spike in streaming points (this will probably end up in the top 5), this has a shot at going top 10 on the hot 100 next week. It's also getting modest steady gains in airplay.
Two songs enter the Hot 100's top 10 this week, led by Miley Cyrus' "We Can't Stop," which blasts 27-5 as the top Streaming Gainer. (It just missed the region when it debuted at No. 11 two weeks ago.) The song's video premiere (June 19) spurs a 28-1 vault for it on Streaming Songs (9.6 million, up 471%), while it concurrently rebounds 17-6 (161,000, up 74%) on Digital Songs. "Stop" debuted with 214,000 (No. 3 on Digital Songs) and fell to 93,000 last week.
AND MILEY HAS OUTPEAKED BOTH COME & GET IT AND HEART ATTACK HAHAHAHA.
Miley Cyrus' "We Can't Stop" charges 5-3 as the Hot 100's top Digital Gainer. It rises 6-2 on Digital Songs (209,000, up 30%) after a 74% gain (to 161,000) last week following the song's video premiere on June 19. "Stop" holds at No. 1 on Streaming Songs (8 million, down 16%; the clip's arrival spurred a 471% streaming increase a week ago). Radio could determine the song's staying power, and its No. 62 bow on Radio Songs (20 million, up 60%) is a positive sign for its fortunes. It pushes 27-24 in its fourth week on the Pop Songs airplay chart with the format's fourth-best gain in plays (up 50%).
This is officially her second highest charting single behind "Party in the USA".
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