The ‘Drivers License’ hitmaker becomes the first artist with a debut album to score two number one entries on Billboard Hot 100 since Macklemore did so in 2012.
AceShowbiz -Pop sensation Olivia Rodrigo has scored her second U.S. number one with her new single, “Good 4 U’.
The singer tops the Billboard Hot 100 with the track, just over two months after she dominated the chart for eight weeks with her debut release, “Drivers License”. According to Billboard, the feat makes Rodrigo the first artist with a debut album to boast two number one Hot 100 entries, since Macklemore & Ryan Lewis‘ 2012 project “The Heist”, as both tunes feature on “Sour”, which hit retailers on Friday (21May21).
Meanwhile, rapper J. Cole takes second place with “my.life”, featuring 21 Savage and Morray, the first of four songs from his latest Billboard 200 number one album, “The Off-Season”, to vault into the Hot 100 top 10.
His other tracks “amari”, “pride.is.the.devil” with Lil Baby, and “95.south” each enter at five, seven, and eight, respectively.
Dua Lipa‘s “Levitating” featuring DaBaby is at three while Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak‘s Silk Sonic collaboration, “Leave the Door Open”, drops to four.
Meanwhile, in U.K. Singles chart, Olivia Rodrigo places second with “Good 4 U” as “Body” by Tion Wayne & Russ Millions holds steady at the first place for a third consecutive week. The top 3 was rounded out by Doja Cat and SZA who remain at their last week position with “Kiss Me More”.
Before launching a singing career, Olivia found fame as Nini Salazar-Roberts on the Disney+ series “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series“. In a recent interview, the 18-year-old singer/songwriter admitted she was worried starting her career with Disney would lead to her being automatically put into a certain category with her music.
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