Creepy Nuts & Travis Japan Top Two on Japan Hot 100

June 20, 2024 - Music

Creepy Nuts’ “Bling-Bang-Bang-Born” holds at No. 1 for the 18th week on the Billboard Japan Hot 100, released June 19.

Most likely due to the hype around the duo’s Yoyogi 1st Gymnasium shows over the weekend (June 15 and 16), the MASHLE Season 2 opener saw an increase in radio airplay this week and kept the decline in other metrics at a minimum. Total points for the long-running hit, now in its 23rd week on the Japan Hot 100, remained almost unchanged at 95% compared to the week before. R-shitei and DJ Matsunaga are set to perform their first Tokyo Dome concert in February 2025 and also announced the production of a new album.

Travis Japan’s “Sweetest Tune” debuts at No. 2. The seven-member group’s fifth single is being featured on the drama series Tokyo Tower and was digitally released June 10. The song launched with 44,971 downloads to top the metric, while coming in at No. 29 for streaming, No. 39 for radio, and No. 20 for video views. Comparing first-week figures to the boy band’s previous single, “T.G.I. Friday Night” — which also debuted on the Japan Hot 100 at No. 2 — downloads are down from 75,135 units but points for streaming, radio, and video have increased. In particular, streaming and video increased by 126% and 152%, respectively, indicating a shift in viewing trends.



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Mrs. GREEN APPLE’s “Lilac” holds at No. 3, seeing an increase in downloads and streaming. Bowing at No. 4 is the three-man band’s latest single, “Columbus,” hitting No. 2 for downloads, No. 5 for streaming, and No. 3 for video.

Five songs debuted in the top ten this week, and the other three are ≒JOY’s “Taiikukan Disco” at No. 6 (No. 1 for sales with 137,761 copies sold), Angerme’s 34th single “Bibitaru Ichigeki” at No. 7 and OWV’s “LOVE BANDIT” at No. 8.

The Billboard Japan Hot 100 combines physical and digital sales, audio streams, radio airplay, video views and karaoke data.

See the full Billboard Japan Hot 100 chart, tallying the week from June 10 to 16, here. For more on Japanese music and charts, visit Billboard Japan’s English Twitter account.

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