Billie Eilish Has Top 5 Songs On US Spotify Streaming Chart

Billie Eilish’s “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP” is faring well on US Spotify.

Billie Eilish - When We All Fall Asleep Audio Cover | Interscope

Billie Eilish’s “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?” album had a predictably mammoth opening day on US Spotify.

Songs from the album rule the entire Top 5 of the daily US Spotify chart for Friday, March 29. An additional seven appear inside the Top 15, and no full-length track is lower than #22.

According to Spotifycharts, “bad guy” leads the way thanks to its impressive 2.931 million opening day US streams. “wish you were gay” follows at #2 with 2.039 million, while “all the good girls go to hell” takes #3 with 1.818 million.

“xanny” (#4, 1.794 million) and “bury a friend” (#5, 1.719 million) complete the Top 5.

The album’s other full-length tracks rank as follows:

7) you should see me in a crown
8) when the party’s over
9) my strange addiction
12) ilomilo
13) 8
14) listen before i go
15) i love you
22) goodbye

Fourteen-second intro track “!!!!!!!” does not appear on the chart.

— The album also enjoyed a big opening day on the Global Spotify chart. “bad guy” appears at #1 on that listing as well, while “wish you were gay” (#3), “bury a friend” (#4), “all the good girls to go hell” (#6), “xanny” (#7) and “when the party’s over” (#9) appear in the Top 10.

No full-length track is below #42 on the global listing.

Written by Brian Cantor

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