Bazzi’s “Mine,” MAX’s “Lights Down Low” Enter Top 30 On Billboard Hot 100

“Mine” and “Lights Down Low” reach new peaks on this week’s Hot 100.

Bazzi - Mine Audio Cover

Bazzi’s breakthrough hit “Mine” and MAX’s breakthrough hit “Lights Down Low (featuring gnash)” now rank among the Top 30 songs in America.

Both songs blast into the Top 30 on this week’s edition of the Billboard Hot 100.

Up twelve spots, “Mine” earns #29 on this week’s Hot 100. It concurrently rises to #13 on Streaming Songs but actually falls four spots to #41 on Digital Song Sales.

While it is not yet charting on Radio Songs, “Mine” is beginning to garner airplay at rhythmic and pop radio.

“Lights Down Low” concurrently rises eight spots to #30 on the Hot 100.

It also rises one spot to #8 on Radio Songs, while re-entering Digital Song Sales at its peak of #36.

Written by Brian Cantor

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