Mitski Returns to Lead TikTok Billboard Top 50, Mariah Carey Reaches Top 10

Mitski’s “My Love Mine All Mine” returns to No. 1 on the TikTok Billboard Top 50 dated Nov. 18, while Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You” breaks into the top 10.

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 Nov. 6-12. Activity on TikTok is not included in Billboard charts except for the TikTok Billboard Top 50.

“My Love Mine All Mine” reaches No. 1 for a fourth week; three of those were consecutive upon the song’s initial ascent to the peak of the TikTok Billboard Top 50, but the Nov. 4 and 11 surveys instead featured Lil Mabu and Chrisean Rock’s “Mr. Take Ya B-tch” at No. 1.

Speaking of “Mr. Take Ya B-tch,” it drops to No. 2, while Aliyah’s Interlude’s “It Girl (Sped Up)” rises to No. 3, a new peak for the tune.

Ice Spice’s “Deli” and Bad Bunny’s “Monaco” also reach new highs, rounding out the top five at Nos. 4 and 5, respectively.

All five songs, however, have been in or around the top 10 of the TikTok Billboard Top 50 for the past four-plus weeks. Outside the top five are a handful of songs newer to the region, paced by Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You,” which vaults 11-6 after debuting on the Nov. 11 tally after the beginning of November (and, as such, many users moving out of Halloween mode and into Christmas).

The Nov. 11 ranking also saw Wham!’s “Last Christmas” appear on the TikTok Billboard Top 50; concurrently, it jumps 42-19. But now, Carey and Wham! are joined by other holiday tunes in Brenda Lee’s “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” at No. 39 and Allan Sherman’s “You’re a Mean One Mr. Grinch (A Funny Christmas Song)” at No. 50.

Back to the top 10, Drake’s “Cameras/Good Ones Go (Interlude),” following a No. 15 debut Nov. 11, leaps to No. 8. Released on the rapper’s 2011 album Take Care, the song has found TikTok success in recent months via a trend using the CapCut editing app to quickly show different photos of the user in a given year.

“Cameras/Good Ones Go” did not reach the Billboard Hot 100 upon its original release. In the latest Billboard chart tracking week of Nov. 3-9, the song earned 1.8 million official U.S. streams, up 6%, according to Luminate. Comparatively, the song pulled 813,000 streams in the week ending Nov. 10, 2022.

It’s also the first time in the TikTok Billboard Top 50’s top 10 for Doja Cat’s “Agora Hills,” which initially debuted at No. 48 in October and previously rose as high as No. 18 (Nov. 11). Many of the uploads using the song utilize its “Baby, can you call me back? I miss you. It’s so lonely in my mansion” line, followed by a supercut of photos and/or videos — at times fictional characters in addition to real people.

“Agora Hills” has nearly rebounded on the Hot 100 after debuting at No. 18 on the Oct. 7 tally, most recently ranking at No. 20 (it dropped as low as No. 61 Oct. 21) with 12.1 million streams, a boost of 6%.

The week’s top debut, meanwhile, belongs to Katy Perry, whose “Wide Awake” bows at No. 14. One of Perry’s many singles from Teenage Dream (it peaked at No. 2 on the Hot 100 in August 2012), “Wide Awake” is currently benefiting from a sped-up version, often using the lyrics “Thunder rumbling/ Castles crumbling/ I am trying to hold on” to reference past hardships while younger and overcoming them.

And as a potential preview of things to come, Jack Harlow’s “Lovin on Me” bows at No. 23 following the first few days of its release Nov. 10. The sound was teased on TikTok prior to its official premiere as far back as Oct. 23, building hype for the song, whose full Billboard chart debut – including on the Hot 100 – will come on the Nov. 25-dated rankings next week.

See the full TikTok Billboard Top 50 here, including debuts from Lil Durk, Taylor Swift, Lana Del Rey and more. You can also tune in each Friday to SiriusXM’s TikTok Radio (channel 4) to hear the premiere of the chart’s top 10 countdown at 3 p.m. ET, with reruns heard throughout the week.

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