Hot 100: “Roses” Enters Top 15, Becomes The Chainsmokers’ Highest Charting Hit

Last month, “Roses (featuring ROZES)” became The Chainsmokers’ highest charting hit at pop radio.

This week, it becomes the group’s top peaking entry on the overall Hot 100.

“Roses” rises nine places to #13 on this week’s chart, which accounts for combined sales, streaming, and radio activity.

In doing so, it charges past the #16 peak achieved by The Chainsmokers’ breakthrough hit #SELFIE.

Written by Brian Cantor

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