Mitski already has a number of Billboard chart accolades, but she’s now officially a Billboard Hot 100-charting artist, as “My Love Mine All Mine” debuts on the latest ranking (dated Oct. 7) at No. 76, becoming her first career entry on the survey.
The song appears on Mitski’s seventh LP The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We (released Sept. 15 via Dead Oceans/Secretly Group), which debuted at No. 12 on the Sept. 30-dated Billboard 200 with 32,000 equivalent album units earned in its opening week, according to Luminate; it ranks at No. 38 on the latest chart. It also opened at No. 2 on Alternative Albums, Top Rock & Alternative Albums and Vinyl Albums, and No. 3 on Top Album Sales.
“My Love Mine All Mine” enters the Hot 100 with 6.5 million official U.S. streams, up 58%, according to Luminate.
TikTok has been a major factor in the song’s growing profile, as a portion of its audio has been used in over 300,000 clips on the platform to date. (Activity on TikTok is not included in Billboard’s charts except for the newly-launched TikTok & Billboard Top 50.) On Instagram, the song has been used in over 13,000 Reels.
The song also becomes just the second Hot 100-charting song for Dead Oceans/Secretly Group, the independent record label founded in 2007 by Chris Swanson and Phil Waldorf. The label first reached the chart with Phoebe Bridgers and Maggie Rogers’ charity cover of Goo Goo Dolls’ “Iris” (No. 57, 2020).
Mitski (full name: Mitski Miyawaki) first appeared on a Billboard chart in July 2016 with her fourth studio album Puberty 2. The set, her first release on Dead Oceans, reached No. 19 on Alternative Albums and No. 32 on Top Rock & Alternative Albums.
Since then, she has charted three albums on the Billboard 200: Be the Cowboy (No. 52, 2018), Laurel Hell (No. 5, 2022) and her latest a week ago. Laurel Hell also hit No. 1 on Alternative Albums, Top Rock & Alternative Albums, Top Album Sales and Vinyl Albums.
In 2018, Mitski scored her first No. 1 on a Billboard chart, when “The Only Heartbreaker,” from Be the Cowboy, topped Adult Alternative Airplay. The song became her first of four total entries at the format, followed by “Love Me More” (No. 23 peak in 2022), “Should’ve Been Me” (No. 16, 2022) and current single “Bug Like an Angel” (up 17-16 on the latest chart, a new high).
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