lady gaga 2011 Born This Way The track “Bloody Mary” reached number 68 on the latest Billboard Hot 100 (dated January 14).
The song debuted more than ten years after its release. First, thanks to the hype on TikTok caused by the new Netflix. the adams family spin-off series Wednesdaydespite the fact that the song wasn’t actually featured on the show. billboardchart. )
The series features famous characters in the dance sequence that was the soundtrack to The Cramps’ 1981 single “Goo Goo Muck.” Fans posted the clip on TikTok, where he replaced “Goo Goo Muck” with a faster version of “Bloody Mary,” and it went viral. The song has been used in nearly 4 million videos on the platform to date. Lady Gaga herself has joined the trend, recreating her dance to get her over 12 million views.
The song’s renewed interest has seen it steadily rise in popularity over the past few weeks, reaching the Hot 100 (partly due to the drop in holiday songs after Christmas), and 6.1 million streams in the US (up 13%). Recorded 4.3 million radio broadcast viewership. Impressions (up 28%) and her 2,000 downloads were sold from his December 30th to his January. According to Luminate, the follow-up week he is 5 weeks.
The track is also currently being promoted on pop radio by Interscope Records. As such, it climbs from his 36 to 32 on the Pop Airplay charts, making it his 23rd entry in the format for Lady Gaga since debuting two weeks ago. Born This Way produced five pop airplay hits during its first broadcast. “Born This Way” (#1 Week in April 2011), “Judas” (#15), “The Edge of Glory” (#3), “You and I” (No. 7), and ” Marry the Night’ (No. 14).
Born This Way It debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 on June 11, 2011, staying at the top for two weeks and becoming the first of Lady Gaga’s six No. 1 albums. It was nominated for Grammy Awards for Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album.
“Bloody Mary” marked Lady Gaga’s 36th career Hot 100 entry, the first since last year. Top Gun: Maverick The anthem “Hold My Hand” reached number 49. She won her No. 1 for her five. “Just Dance” featuring Colby O’Donis (2009), “Poker Face” (2009), “Born This Way” (2011)), “Shallow”, Bradley Cooper (2019), “Rain On Me,” with Ariana Grande (2020).
Wednesday premiered on Netflix on November 23, and the influence on “Bloody Mary” was almost immediate. November 25th to December. In a week of tracking, the song surged her 424% on the official U.S. on-demand stream, rising from 526,000 to 2.7 million, while digital song sales increased her 955%.
Additionally, “Bloody Mary” set a new all-time high on the January 14 Billboard Global Excl. After first reaching the top 40 of the previous tally in December on the US (28th) and Billboard Global 200 (31st) charts.