Benson Boone’s ‘Beautiful Things’ Leads Global Charts, Beyoncé, Artemas & ILLIT Hit Top 10

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Benson Boone’s “Beautiful Things” is the biggest song in the world, as it rebounds for a sixth week at No. 1 on the Billboard Global 200. It also holds atop the Billboard Global Excl. U.S. chart for a seventh total` week at the summit.

Elsewhere, Beyoncé posts two songs in the Global 200’s top 10: former leader “Texas Hold ‘Em” rebounds 9-3 and “II Most Wanted,” with Miley Cyrus, debuts at No. 10, as Beyoncé’s album Cowboy Carter launches at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 407,000 equivalent album units earned in the United States March 29-April 4, according to Luminate – the biggest week for a set in 2024.

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Plus, two acts tally their first top 10s on both charts: Artemas’ “I Like the Way You Kiss Me” blasts 19-5 on the Global 200 and 11-4 on Global Excl. U.S., while ILLIT’s “Magnetic” attracts top 10 status with vaults of 63-8 and 33-2 on the respective rankings.

The Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Excl. U.S. charts, which began in September 2020, rank songs based on streaming and sales activity culled from more than 200 territories around the world, as compiled by Luminate. The Global 200 is inclusive of worldwide data and the Global Excl. U.S. chart comprises data from territories excluding the United States.

Chart ranks are based on a weighted formula incorporating official-only streams on both subscription and ad-supported tiers of audio and video music services, as well as download sales, the latter of which reflect purchases from full-service digital music retailers from around the world, with sales from direct-to-consumer (D2C) sites excluded from the charts’ calculations.

Boone Back Atop Global 200

Benson Boone’s “Beautiful Things,” on Night Street/Warner Records, rebounds from No. 2 for a sixth week at No. 1 on the Billboard Global 200, with 85.6 million streams and 17,000 sold (down 3% in each metric) worldwide March 29-April 4.

Future, Metro Boomin and Kendrick Lamar’s “Like That” falls to No. 2 a week after it debuted atop the Global 200.

Beyoncé’s “Texas Hold ‘Em” charges 9-3 on the Global 200, after it led for a week in early March, with 61.4 million streams (up 47%) and 25,000 sold (up 60%) worldwide. Plus, her “II Most Wanted,” with Miley Cyrus, debuts at No. 10 (42.9 million streams, 15,000 sold). Beyoncé adds her third top 10 since the chart began and Cyrus, her fourth.

Ariana Grande’s “We Can’t Be Friends (Wait for Your Love)” dips 3-4 on the Global 200, three weeks after it debuted at No. 1.

Artemas’ first Global 200 hit, “I Like the Way You Kiss Me,” surges 19-5, with 64.6 million streams (up 86%) and 3,000 sold (up 153%) worldwide. The breakthrough hit for the English-Cypriot artist has been used in approximately a half-million clips on TikTok, where he teased the song prior to its March 19 release.

Concurrently, ILLIT’s first Global 200 entry, “Magnetic,” rockets 63-8, with 56.3 million streams (up 160%) and 3,000 sold (up 133%) worldwide in its first full tracking week. The song arrived March 25 on the South Korean group’s EP Super Real Me.

Boone No. 1 on Global Excl. U.S. for Seventh Week

Benson Boone’s “Beautiful Things” logs a seventh nonconsecutive week atop the Billboard Global Excl. U.S. chart, with 62.1 million streams (down 3%) and 8,000 sold (down 6%) outside the U.S. March 29-April 4.

ILLIT’s initial Global Excl. U.S. hit, “Magnetic,” soars 33-2, with 50.2 million streams (up 167%) and 3,000 sold (up 144%) outside the U.S.

Ariana Grande’s “We Can’t Be Friends (Wait for Your Love)” slips 2-3 on Global Excl. U.S., three weeks after it debuted at No. 1; Artemas’ first entry on the chart, “I Like the Way You Kiss Me,” jumps 11-4, with 48.1 million streams (up 81%) and 1,000 sold (up 146%) outside the U.S.; and Djo’s “End of Beginning” drops to No. 5 from its No. 3 high.

The Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Excl. U.S. charts (dated April 13, 2024) will update on tomorrow, April 9. For both charts, the top 100 titles are available to all readers on, while the complete 200-title rankings are visible on Billboard Pro, Billboard’s subscription-based service. For all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on both X, formerly known as Twitter, and Instagram.

Luminate, the independent data provider to the Billboard charts, completes a thorough review of all data submissions used in compiling the weekly chart rankings. Luminate reviews and authenticates data. In partnership with Billboard, data deemed suspicious or unverifiable is removed, using established criteria, before final chart calculations are made and published.

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