Hot 100: Justin Bieber’s “Company” Re-Enters This Week

Corden Bieber [CBS]

Thanks to the sales and streaming activity it received in conjunction with the release of Justin Bieber’s “Purpose,” “Company” entered the Hot 100 at #53 late last fall. It spent an additional three weeks on the chart before falling off.

This week, it returns to the listing.

Now an official radio single, “Company” re-enters the chart at #89.

In addition to solid streaming and the newfound radio exposure, “Company” benefited from inclusion on the “Hot Tracks” section of the iTunes store. The higher-profile placement helped drive a sales increase during the relevant tracking week.

“Company” is the radio follow-up to Bieber’s “Love Yourself,” which reached #1 on the overall Hot 100. Previous “Purpose” radio singles “What Do You Mean?” and “Sorry” also reached #1.

Written by Brian Cantor

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