Creepy Nuts’ ‘Bling-Bang-Bang-Born’ Scores 10th Week at No. 1 on Japan Hot 100

Creepy Nuts’ domination of the Billboard Japan Hot 100 continues as “Bling-Bang-Bang-Born” marks its 10th week atop the Japan Hot 100, on the chart released April 3.

The MASHLE Season 2 opener is back at No. 1 for downloads this week, though figures dropped slightly by about 9.8% from last week to 17,122 units. The hip-hop hit also continues to rule streaming for the tenth consecutive week with 22,797,748 streams, down by about 1%, and video views and karaoke for the third straight week. The song also rises 12-6 for radio airplay this week.

Omoinotake’s “IKUOKU KONEN” rises 4-2, the highest position yet on the Japan Hot 100 for the three-man band. The theme of the drama series Eye Love You holds at No. 2 for streaming for the fourth week in a row, second only to “Bling-Bang-Bang-Born” with 12,482,594 streams. Downloads for the love song rises 4-3 with 6,818 units, increasing by 7.6%, and video moves 9-7 with 1,359,223 views, up 28%. The track also climbs in other metrics, including radio (36-18) and karaoke (56-30), possibly influenced by the airing of the final episode of the fantasy love story the song serves as the theme.

“EDEN” by Knight A, a group produced by SutoPuri’s Nanamori, debuts at No. 5. The song is at No. 1 for sales with 124,876 copies sold in its first week, which is about 2.8 times more than the track at No. 2 for the metric.

ILLIT’s “Magnetic” bows at No. 8. ILLIT, pronounced “I’ll-it,” is a brand-new girl group assembled from HYBE’s audition program R U Next? The group consisting of three South Korean and two Japanese members released its debut mini-album called SUPER REAL ME on Mar. 25, and “Magnetic” is the lead single off the set. The song made a spectacular debut, coming in at No. 7 for streaming with 7,308,883 streams, No. 23 for downloads with 1,973 units, No. 12 for video with 1,085,090 views, and No. 84 for radio.

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 Mar. 25 to Mar. 31, here. For more on Japanese music and charts, visit Billboard Japan’s English Twitter account.

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