The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” Reclaims #1 On US iTunes Sales Chart Following Super Bowl Performance; “Can’t Feel My Face,” “Save Your Tears,” “IFIC” Top 5

“Blinding Lights” is back to #1 on iTunes.

The Weeknd - Blinding Lights Video Screen | Republic

Update: As expected, The Weeknd’s songs have continued to rise on the US iTunes sales chart following his Super Bowl LV halftime performance.

“Blinding Lights” is back to #1 on the chart, while “Can’t Feel My Face” is #3. “Save Your Tears” and “I Feel It Coming (featuring Daft Punk)” follow at #4 and #5, respectively.

“Starboy (featuring Daft Punk)” directly follows at #6 as of press time at 11PM ET, and “Earned It” is #8.

“The Hills” is just outside the Top 10 at #11; it will likely enter the Top 10 soon.

Between its enduring popularity and anticipation for Sunday’s Super Bowl Halftime Show performance, The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” went into the big game as the #2 song on the US iTunes sales chart.

Following the artist’s performance, the song is up to #1 on the all-genre listing.

The Weeknd’s other songs have also been making quick moves. “Save Your Tears” is currently #5 on the listing, while “Can’t Feel My Face” is #7.

“Starboy (featuring Daft Punk)” (#15) and “I Feel It Coming (featuring Daft Punk)” (#17) are also in the Top 20.

The Weeknd’s music should continue climbing in the coming hours.

Written by Brian Cantor

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