Charlie Puth’s “How Long,” Kane Brown’s “Heaven” Debut On Billboard Hot 100

This week’s new Hot 100 entries include “How Long” and “Heaven.”

Charlie Puth on Corden | Terence Patrick/CBS

New songs from two solo male artists debut on this week’s edition of the Billboard Hot 100.

Charlie Puth’s new single “How Long” starts at #60 on this week’s Hot 100.

It concurrently earns #22 on the Digital Song Sales subchart.

Kane Brown’s “Heaven” meanwhile debuts at #72 on the overall Hot 100.

“Heaven” also debuts at #8 on the all-genre Digital Song Sales subchart (and at #1 on the country-specific sales listing).

Headline Planet will continue to post Hot 100 updates through Tuesday.

Written by Brian Cantor

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