The Chainsmokers’ “Don’t Let Me Down (featuring Daya),” which unites the acts behind the Top 10 pop hits “Roses” and “Hide Away,” is officially charting on the Billboard Hot 100.
Formally released on Friday, February 5, the song debuts at #85 on this week’s edition of the all-encompassing chart.
According to Nielsen Music, “Don’t Let Me Down” sold 19,501 US copies during the February 5-11 tracking week. That sales total — along with solid first week streaming activity — results in the aforementioned Hot 100 debut.
The Chainsmokers are also represented on the Hot 100 by “Roses (featuring ROZES).” The song, which is the EDM act’s biggest hit to date, is #9 on this week’s chart. It has gone as high as #6.
Daya’s breakthrough hit “Hide Away” is back to its #24 peak on this week’s chart.