Mitski’s “My Love Mine All Mine” is No. 1 on the TikTok Billboard Top 50 for a third straight week, while a slew of debuts appear in the top 10 of the Oct. 28-dated chart, led by Martin Garrix and Lloyiso’s “Real Love” at No. 4.
The TikTok Billboard Top 50 is a weekly ranking of the most popular songs on TikTok in the United States based on creations, video views and user engagement. The latest chart reflects activity Oct. 16-22. Activity on TikTok is not included in Billboard charts except for the TikTok Billboard Top 50.
By reigning again on the TikTok Billboard Top 50, Mitski’s “My Love Mine All Mine” becomes the first song to rule the tally for at least three weeks, this coming in the seventh week of the ranking’s existence.
“My Love Mine All Mine” concurrently continues to vault up other Billboard charts alongside its TikTok success. It crowns the Alternative Streaming Songs survey for a second week with 12 million official U.S. streams Oct. 13-19, up 12%, according to Luminate. It also reaches a new peak of No. 35 on the multimetric Billboard Hot 100.
The previous week’s TikTok Billboard Top 50 Nos. 2 and 3, Future’s “Wicked” and Drake’s Yeat-featuring “IDGAF,” swap spots on the Oct. 28 tally, and they’re followed by a slew of five chart debuts in a row at Nos. 4-8, paced by Garrix and Lloyiso’s “Real Love.” Released Sept. 22, the tune is largely being used in a variety of viral clips rather than having a specific trend attached. It debuted at No. 35 on the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart dated Oct. 7 upon the song’s initial release.
It’s followed by a brand-new song in Ariana DeBose’s “This Wish,” the first song released from Disney’s upcoming animated film Wish (Nov. 22). A large chunk of the uploads using “This Wish” correspond not with Wish-related material, but rather with collectible character cards on TikTok created in conjunction with Walt Disney Animation Studios’ 100th anniversary.
The cards were released Oct. 16 (with “This Wish” following on Oct. 18), and many videos express excitement about collecting all the cards or ask their followers for the ones needed to complete their collections.
“This Wish” isn’t the only recent Disney song release that debuts in the top 10 of the latest TikTok Billboard Top 50. Lauv’s “Steal the Show,” from Disney and Pixar’s Elemental released earlier this year, bows at No. 7, also boosted by the collectible cards.
Between the two Disney and Pixar songs comes Aliyah’s Interlude’s “It Girl,” the sped-up version of which debuts at No. 6. Both the original “It Girl” and its sped-up edition were released Sept. 30, and the song has been steadily gaining in recent weeks, jumping 60% to 3.3 million streams toward the Oct. 28-dated Billboard charts (including a No. 34 debut on the Emerging Artists chart).
The final top 10 debut belongs to a classic in Fat Joe’s “What’s Luv?” featuring Ja Rule and Ashanti. A No. 2 hit on the Hot 100 in April 2002, “What’s Luv?” makes a comeback more than 20 years later thanks to a trend where users create crosswords using the word “love” and another word that both represents someone or something they love and happens to use one of the letters in “love.”
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