At #20 on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart this week in 2019 and on its way to a #5 peak, here's the follow-up to this artist's Top 10 pop hit "Sweet but Psycho". This song also reached #44 on Mediabase's pop chart. Here's Ava Max with "So Am I".
At #29 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart this week in 2002, and on its way to a #25 peak, it's a song from a hard rock act that managed to score Top 10 hits in the 70s, 80s, 90s, and 2000s. This song would also peak at #49 on Radio and Records' chart. Here's Aerosmith with "Girls of Summer".
At #15 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart this week in 2007, it's a song that peaked at #13 the previous month and came from this artist's covers album "Still the Same... Great Rock Classics of Our Time". Originally a hit for Elvin Bishop, here's "Fooled Around and Fell in Love" by Rod Stewart (included are both the official live video and the studio version).
At #30 on Billboard's Alternative chart this week in 2018 (on its way to a peak of #13 in September), it's a song that would also peak at #48 on Mediabase, but not until the following January. Here's Chvrches with "Miracle".
It's the Fourth of July, and a song that would be very appropriate for a day like today is "Party in the U.S.A." by Miley Cyrus. Well, "Weird Al" Yankovic parodied that song on his 2011 album "Alpocalypse", which debuted on the Billboard 200 album chart this week that year, and turned it into a song about an American organization (though not necessarily a GOOD American organization) - "Party in the CIA".
In 2001, today's song was a #116 hit on Billboard's Bubbling Under chart and a #8 hit on the Modern Rock chart. Down to #11 on the latter chart this week that year, here's U2 with "Elevation". Included are the official video containing the Tomb Raider mix from the film "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider", as well as the album version.
This week in 2014, 3LAU featuring Bright Lights were down to #6 on Billboard's Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart with their song "How You Love Me". It would climb back up and peak at #3 a month later, becoming 3LAU's biggest hit on that chart.
Today's song comes from 2005 and was released as a single in May of that year, when it was included in the season two finale of "The O.C." It also appeared on this artist's album "Speak for Yourself", released in July of that year, and was sampled in Jason Derulo's 2009 hit "Whatcha Say". Here's British singer Imogen Heap with "Hide and Seek".
Today's song reached #108 on Billboard's Bubbling Under chart in April 2013 and #42 on Mediabase in July. This week, it debuted at #47 on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart, eventually peaking at #6 in September. Here's Timeflies with "I Choose U".