Dua Lipa’s Radical Chart Achievements | Billboard Explains

With Dua Lipa’s new album Radical Optimism coming out this Friday, we take a look back at her chart accomplishments, including debuting on the Billboard Hot 100 and breaking records with songs such as “Levitating.”

Dua Lipa:
Throughout the whole record, there’s this idea of chaos happening around, and me trying to push through it in a way that feels authentic and honest.

Dua Lipa is gearing up to release her new album, Radical Optimism, so we’re taking a look back at her chart accomplishments. This is Billboard Explains: Dua Lipa’s Radical Charter Achievements.

Dua Lipa made her Billboard Hot 100 debut with “Blow Your Mind (Mwah).” The song peaked at No. 72 in November 2016. Since then, she’s racked up 23 career entries on the Hot 100, including five top 10s; “New Rules,” that reached No. 6; “Don’t Start Now” peaked at No. 2 and “Levitating,” which also hit No. 2, just to name a few.

“Levitating” was a massive success for Dua on the charts. Not only was it the year-end No. 1 Hot 100 Song of 2021, it holds the record as the longest charting song among women in the Billboard Hot 100 history, with 77 weeks total. It also holds the record for the most weeks spent in the top 10 of the Hot 100 in history among women, with 41 weeks.

Over on the Pop Airplay chart, Dua holds 23 career entries with five No. 1 songs, including “Break My Heart” and “Dance the Night.”

Plus, she has three charting albums on the Billboard 200 including one top 10 with Future Nostalgia, that peaked at No. 3.

We’ll have to wait and see where Radical Optimism takes Dua next on the Billboard charts.

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