Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber's mix of the latter two's "Despacito" is continuing to control the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart for a fourth consecutive week. The track is just one of three Spanish songs that have reached No. 1 on the main chart in its history. "Despacito" leads several of the component charts that make up the formula of the Hot 100 including the on-demand tally.
On Digital Songs, "Despacito" remains the most downloaded track for a fifth week with 148,000 total copies sold, up another eight percent. Both versions of the song are included in that tally but the mix featuring Bieber makes up 80 percent of the sales. On Radio Songs, while it does pick up heavily with 101 million impressions in the U.S., it holds steady at No. 7 on the airplay chart and is up 15 percent (Bruno Mars' "That's What I Like" spends a fifth week at No. 1 on Radio Songs with 165 million impressions).
It is, however, streaming which is cementing "Despacito" at No. 1 on the Hot 100. It received 69.6 million hits on Streaming Songs holding onto the top position for the fourth week. It now has passed Kendrick Lamar's "Humble" as the second most-streamed song in a single week. "Humble" reached 67.4 million in early May but it's Baauer's "Harlem Shake" that holds the record with 103 million thanks to clips created by YouTube users incorporating the song. With Lamar in third place now, only Adele is the fourth and final artist to have over 60 million streams when "Hello" would blast onto the charts with 61.6 million streams in 2015.
On-Demand Streaming Songs is a sub chart of Streaming Songs and "Despacito" has its third week atop the tally with 29.4 million listens, a little less than half of its nearly 70 million total streams.