Olivia Rodrigo’s “Good 4 U” spent a fifth week at Number One on the Rolling Stone Top 100 Songs chart. After debuting at Number Two behind J. Cole, “Good 4 U” — which alternates between bass-heavy swagger and full-throttle pop-punk — climbed to the top of the chart, and it has stayed there ever since. Each week, the single’s streams have fallen: While it hit Number One with 57.4 million streams five weeks ago, “Good 4 U” pulled in 28.2 million last week. But despite the gradual decline, it has still maintained a healthy lead over the competition. BTS’ “Butter” stayed at Number Two on the latest chart, earning more downloads than any other track.
With five weeks at Number One on the RS 100, “Good 4 U” has now matched the chart-topping run of Rodrigo’s previous single, “Drivers License.” In addition, all 11 songs from Sour, Rodrigo’s debut album, are still on the RS 100.