As her “drivers license” takes #1 on the US YouTube Music Videos and Songs charts, her earlier release “All I Want” makes its presence felt on the listing.
Credited with 1.48 million US views during the January 8-14 tracking period, the official music video makes its first appearance on the Videos chart. The clip, which was first released in March 2020 (a few months after the song first rose to prominence), starts at #34 on the chart.
With other eligible uploads included, “All I Want” generated 2.25 million tracking period plays. It returns to the US YouTube Songs chart at #50.
“All I Want” was released as part of the “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” soundtrack. Prior to the official music video release, Rodrigo and Disney issued two HSM-centric videos for the song.
As her most successful release prior to “drivers license,” the ballad has naturally attracted renewed interest amid her ascent to superstardom.