Luke Combs, Foster The People, The Chainsmokers Songs Debut On Billboard Hot 100

“One Number Away,” “Sit Next To Me,” and “Everybody Hates Me” land on the Hot 100.

Luke Combs on Kimmel | Randy Holmes/ABC

The latest Luke Combs, Foster The People and Chainsmokers singles earn spots on this week’s edition of the Billboard Hot 100.

Combs’ rapidly rising country radio hit “One Number Away” joins this week’s chart at #84.

Foster The People’s multi-format single “Sit Next To Me” follows at #86, while The Chainsmokers’ brand new “Everybody Hates Me” bows at #100.

The Hot 100 ranks songs based on combined activity from sales, streams and radio airplay.

In conjunction with its Hot 100 debut, “Everybody Hates Me” also debuts at #42 on the Digital Song Sales chart.

Written by Brian Cantor

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