Natalie La Rose’s “Somebody (featuring Jeremih)” continues to erupt.
After vaulting to #15 last week, the Dutch artist’s breakthrough single reaches a new peak of #13 on this week’s Billboard Hot 100 chart.
The sum of the song’s performance is great, but so too are the individual parts. In addition to its rise on the all-encompassing Hot 100, “Somebody” also hits peaks on three key subcharts.
Currently the most-played song on Billboard’s rhythmic panel and the #8 song on its pop panel, “Somebody” ranks at #10 on the overall, audience-oriented Radio Songs chart. It was #11 last week.
Fueled by weekly sales of approximately 63,000, the track rises four places to a new peak of #13 on the Digital Songs chart.
Up eight places this week, “Somebody” reaches #31 on Streaming Songs. That, too, represents a peak for Natalie La Rose’s track.
Since “Somebody” is La Rose’s debut release and thus her first to ever chart on the aforementioned listings, each weekly rise establishes a new career milestone for the artist.