LiSA’s “Homura” holds at No. 2, however likely solid in a range of metrics together with downloads (No. 1 for the ninth straight week), streaming (No. 2), video views (No. 2), and revenue (No. 9). Whilst the precise figures for each and every have lessened considerably, the track proceeds to maintain superior stages of listener engagement.
“Homura” also holds at No. 1 for karaoke for the fourth 7 days in a row, but DISH’s “Neko” has steadily climbed the ranks since November and is now at No. 2, and it seems like the two songs’ positions could be reversed someday in the close to future.
Yuuri’s “Dryflower” stays at No. 6 for the third consecutive week. The growing singer-songwriter’s latest monitor comes in at No. 3 for streaming (figures raising from 9,874,080 streams final week to 9,998,797 this 7 days) and No. 5 for movie (increasing from 2,634,972 sights to 2,663,189), whilst also slowly growing in downloads (No. 22) and karaoke (No. 9), indicating that the tune is expanding its arrive at outside the house of his core fanbase.
The Billboard Japan Very hot 100 brings together actual physical and electronic product sales, audio streams, radio airplay, Twitter mentions, YouTube and GYAO! video views, Gracenote glance- ups and karaoke info.
Get a search at the complete Billboard Japan Hot 100 chart, dated Dec. 7 to 13, here.