The Weeknd's "I Feel It Coming," featuring Daft Punk, re-enters the Billboard + Twitter Top Tracks chart (dated March 25) at No. 2, earning The Weeknd his tenth top five hit on the chart.
Billboard + Twitter Top Tracks (which began in June 2014) is a weekly ranking of the most shared and/or mentioned songs on Twitter in the U.S., ranked by the volume of shares over a seven-day period. The latest chart reflects activity in the week ending March 12.
The track re-enters the chart on the strength of Twitter chatter generated by the song's music video release on March 9, which has raced to 22 million global views since its release on YouTube.
"Coming," which currently stands at No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100, entered the Top Tracks chart at No. 43 on Dec. 3, the week after The Weeknd released his No. 1 Billboard 200 album Starboy. The song jumped to No. 25 on Top Tracks the following week and fell off the chart entirely two weeks after. The song last appeared on the chart dated March 4 at No. 41.
Of The Weeknd's 10 songs to appear in the top five of the chart, five of them are featured on Starboy.
The Weeknd's 10 Songs That Have Reached the Top 5 of the Billboard + Twitter Top Tracks Chart:
(Peak Position, "Song," Peak Date)
No. 1, "The Hills," 6/13/2015
No. 1, "Starboy" featuring Daft Punk, 10/8/2016
No. 2, "Love Me Harder" with Ariana Grande, 11/1/2014
No. 2, "Low Life" with Future, 4/9/2016
No. 2, "Party Monster," 1/28/2017
No. 2, "Reminder," 3/4/2017
No. 2, "I Feel It Coming" featuring Daft Punk, 3/25/2017
No. 3, "Often," 7/12/2014
No. 3, "Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey)," 1/10/2015
No. 3, "False Alarm," 10/29/2016
The song is also Daft Punk's second-ever appearance on the Top Tracks chart. The electronic duo made their debut in October with The Weeknd's "Starboy," which debuted on the chart at No. 1.
Elsewhere on the Billboard + Twitter Top Tracks chart, Nicki Minaj's "No Frauds," featuring Drake and Lil Wayne, debuts at No. 4 after releasing the song on March 10.
Minaj, who released the track along with "Changed It," featuring Lil Wayne, (No. 27 on the chart) and "Regret In Your Tears" (No. 14), earns her 15th top 10 title on the chart.
The three new releases also brings Minaj's total number of charting titles to 37, the third most ever on Top Tracks behind Drake (55) and Chris Brown (41).
Meanwhile, Lorde debuts on the chart for the second consecutive week, as "Liability," the second release from her forthcoming album Melodrama, opens at No. 5.
The song follows "Green Light," which debuted last week (chart dated March 18) at No. 2 and falls five spots to No. 7.
The singer-songwriter performed both "Liability" and "Green Light" for the first time on the March 11 episode of NBC's Saturday Night Live.