Music News

Linkin Park’s ‘Lost’ Launches at No. 1 on Hot Hard Rock Songs Chart

todayFebruary 24, 2023

share close

Linkin Park debuts at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Hard Rock Songs chart, as its recently unearthed track “Lost” bows atop the Feb. 25-dated ranking.


In the Feb. 10-16 tracking week, “Lost” earned 10.3 million radio audience impressions and 9 million official U.S. streams and sold 12,000 downloads in the United States, according to Luminate.

It’s Linkin Park’s second No. 1 on Hot Hard Rock Songs, which began in 2020, following “In the End,” which reigned for two weeks in 2021 due to gains sparked by iTunes sale pricing.

“Lost” also begins at No. 2 on Hot Alternative Songs and at No. 4 on both Hot Rock & Alternative Songs and Hot Rock Songs.

On the all-genre Billboard Hot 100, “Lost” starts at No. 38, Linkin Park’s highest charting entry since “Burn It Down” reached No. 30 in 2012. It’s the band’s 11th top 40 Hot 100 hit, and fifth to debut in the region. The group hit a No. 2 best with “In the End” in 2002.

As previously reported, “Lost” became the first to debut at No. 1 on the Rock & Alternative Airplay chart in more than a decade on the strength of its radio audience.

The track also tops the Rock Digital Song Sales, Alternative Digital Song Sales and Hard Rock Digital Song Sales surveys, as well as Hard Rock Streaming Songs.

“Lost,” with vocals by Chester Bennington, who died in 2017, was originally recorded for the sessions for Meteora, Linkin Park’s second studio album, released in March 2003. It’s part of a 20th anniversary reissue of the album, due April 7.

Written by: admin

Rate it

Previous post

what’s-tiktok-trying-to-prove-by-turning-off-music-in australia? 

Music News

What’s TikTok Trying to Prove by Turning Off Music in Australia? 

What’s TikTok without music? That’s the central question at the heart of debates between major rights holders and the Bytedance-owned social media platform negotiating rates for their content, and a group of Australian users have been pulled into the middle to try to find out. Related TikTok Has Gen Z Hooked — Can Its Streaming Service Get Them to Pay for Music? 02/24/2023 Earlier this month, it was revealed that that […]

todayFebruary 24, 2023

Post comments (0)

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *