Ado’s ‘Show’ Holds for Eighth Week Atop Japan Hot 100

Ado’s ‘Show’ Holds for Eighth Week Atop Japan Hot 100

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Ado’s “Show” continues to break its own record for weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Japan Hot 100, now in its eighth week atop the chart dated Nov. 22.

On the week ending Nov. 19, the “New Genesis” singer’s latest hit dominates downloads, streaming, and video views, while coming in at No. 16 for radio and No. 6 for karaoke. Overall points totaled 10,532, down 10 percent from the week before but still 1.4 times higher than the song at No. 2.

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Naniwa Danshi‘s “I Wish” debuts at No. 2 this week. The boy band’s sixth single is being featured as the theme for the drama series My Second Aoharu starring member Shunsuke Michieda. Released Nov. 15, the CD launched with 395,722 copies to hit No. 1 for sales, while also coming in at No. 17 for video and No. 43 for radio.

STU48’s “Kimi wa nani o koukai surunoka” (“What will you regret?”) bows at No. 4 on the Japan Hot 100, coming in at No. 2 for sales with 231,972 copies sold in its first week after its release on Nov. 15. The girl group’s tenth single features member Yumiko Takino in center position of the choreography and is slated to be her last, as she will be graduating the group.

Stray Kids’ “LALALALA” soars 33-9 to break into the top 10 this week. The boy band performed the song during the 2023 Billboard Music Awards presented by Marriott Bonvoy that took place Nov. 19, where the group’s album 5-STAR won the award for Top K-Pop Album. Streams surged 153 percent from the week before to rack up 6,610,148 weekly streams, jumping 43-6 for the metric. Video also increased by 25 percent and climbed 9-5. The South Korean group is set to perform on NHK’s annual year-end music extravaganza, the 74th Kohaku Uta Gassen, which often results in the performing acts’ songs to linger for a while on the Japan charts in the new year.

LE SSERAFIM’s “Perfect Night” also rises a notch to hit No. 10. The girl group’s first English-language digital single comes in at No. 7 for streaming (6,447,007 streams), No. 27 for downloads (1,730 units), No. 16 for video, and No. 37 for radio, performing in a balanced way overall.

The Billboard Japan Hot 100 combines physical and digital sales, audio streams, radio airplay, video views and karaoke data.

See the full Billboard Japan Hot 100 chart, tallying the week from Nov. 13 to 19, here. For more on Japanese music and charts, visit Billboard Japan’s English Twitter account.

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