Adele Earns Second Streaming Songs No. 1 With ‘Easy on Me’

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Adele scores her second No. 1 on Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart with “Easy on Me,” which arrives atop the tally dated Oct. 30.

“Easy” bows with 53.9 million U.S. streams in the Oct. 15-21 tracking period, according to MRC Data. It follows “Hello,” which arrived atop the ranking dated Nov. 14, 2015, and ruled for seven consecutive weeks. (Streaming Songs began in 2013.)

Though “Easy” starts with less streams than “Hello,” which accumulated 61.6 million clicks its first week, the former also grabbed 3.1 million additional streams in the Oct. 8-14 tracking week after being released Oct. 14 evening, racking up five hours’ worth of metrics toward the Oct. 23 Billboard charts.

Additionally, “Easy” actually builds upon “Hello” in on-demand audio streams. Of its 61.6 million listens on the Nov. 14, 2015, chart, 20.4 million came from on-demand audio services such as Spotify and Apple Music. “Easy,” meanwhile, garnered 45 million from on-demand audio platforms.

That 45 million number is the eighth largest on-demand audio stream count for any song in 2021. The largest? The first week of Olivia Rodrigo’s “Drivers License” (Jan. 23), with 66.9 million.

Concurrently, as previously reported, “Easy” jumps 68-1 on the multi-metric Billboard Hot 100.

 
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