Nicky Youre Rules Billboard‘s Hot 100 Songwriters Chart (dated September 17), becoming the top songwriter in the United States for the first time, thanks to his breakthrough single “Sunroof”, featuring dazy.
The song reached a new high of No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100, with 66.7 million radio audience impressions, 10 million official streams and 3,000 downloads sold in the United States during the week of followed by September 2-8, according to Luminate.
Nicky Youre (real name: Nickolas Ure) succeeds Kate Bush at the top of the Hot 100 Songwriters. Bush led for eight nonconsecutive weeks thanks to his new No. 3 Hot 100 hit “Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God).”
“Sunroof” is Nicky Youre’s first hit. Outside of the Hot 100, it spent four weeks at No. 1 on Adult Pop Airplay and three at the top of Pop Airplay.
On the latest Hot 100 Producers chart, MAG (real name: Marco Borrero) spends a 12th week at No. 1, thanks to his work on Bad Bunny’s A Verano Sin Ti. It sports five production credits on the Hot 100, all to songs from Bad Bunny’s latest LP, led by “Me Porto Bonito,” featuring Chencho Corleone, at No. 12.
Since the Hot 100 Producers chart launched in June 2019, only four acts have spent longer at No. 1: Dan Nigro (27 weeks), Louis Bell (18), and Greg Kurstin and Joey Moi (14 each).
The weekly Hot 100 songwriter and Hot 100 producer rankings are based on the total points accumulated by a songwriter and producer, respectively, for each assigned song that appears on the Hot 100; Additionally, the genre-based songwriter and producer charts follow the same methodology based on the corresponding genre charts named “Hot”. Like with BillboardIn annual summaries of , multiple writers or producers split the points for each song equally (and splitting the points will lead to occasional ties on the charts).
Complete Hot 100 songwriter and Hot 100 producer charts, in addition to the full genre chart, are available on Billboard.com.