Halsey’s “Without Me” Jumps To #1 On Billboard’s All-Format Radio Songs Chart

“Without Me” was the most-heard song across all of radio this past week.

Halsey performing on SNL | Will Heath/NBC

For the second time in her career (and first as a lead artist), Halsey tops the Billboard Radio Songs Chart.

Her “Without Me,” which was #2 on last week’s edition of the listing, claims #1 this week. It seizes the throne from Panic! At The Disco’s long-reigning leader “High Hopes.”

Halsey previously ruled the listing as a featured artist on The Chainsmokers’ “Closer,” but she had never reached the summit with one of her own tracks.

Billboard’s Radio Songs chart ranks the most-heard songs across all formats of US radio. “Without Me” had already enjoyed a multi-week atop the pop radio chart; it is also a Top 2 hit at the hot adult contemporary/adult pop format.

Written by Brian Cantor

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