Outside the Hot 100's top tier, Miley Cyrus soars with her new single, "Adore You," which re-enters at No. 22. (It first spent two sales-fueled weeks on the chart, at Nos. 42 and 79 in October/November, coinciding with the first two chart weeks of Billboard 200-topping parent album "Bangerz.") With its sensual video having premiered on YouTube Dec. 26 (a day after it leaked online), "Adore" rockets onto Streaming Songs at No. 1 with 7 million U.S. streams, 82% of which stem from Vevo on YouTube views. Since the chart launched the week of Jan. 26, 2013, just three other songs have started at the top: Baauer's "Harlem Shake," PSY's "Gentleman" and Lady Gaga's "Dope."
Cyrus also ranks at No. 2 on Streaming Songs with "Wrecking Ball" (6.9 million, up 8%), becoming the second act to monopolize the chart's top two. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis doubled up at Nos. 1 and 2 the weeks of May 11 and 18 with "Thrift Shop" and "Can't Hold Us," respectively. She's additionally the first artist to collect three No. 1s on Streaming Songs (passing PSY, with two). "We Can't Stop" and "Ball" share the record for the longest stays atop the chart: 11 weeks each. On the Hot 100, "Ball" drops (fittingly, this New Year's week) 9-12.