Demi Lovato lands second pop songs No. 1 with ‘Sorry Not Sorry’

The first time was in 2012, when “Give Your Heart A Break” reached No.1 on Billboard’s Pop Songs radio airplay chart. Now Demi Lovato leaps to her second No. 1 as “Sorry Not Sorry” jumps 5-1 on the latest tally, dated Nov. 4.

“Sorry Not Sorry” was co-written with Sean Douglas, Trevor Brown, William Zaire Simmons, Oak Felder and Demi Lovato herself. It was released on July 11, 2017 through Island Records, Republic Records, Hollywood Records, and Safehouse Records, as the first single from her sixth album, Tell Me You Love Me.

Commercially, “Sorry Not Sorry” has reached the top ten in the United States, Australia, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. Moreover it received a nomination for 2017 MTV Video Music Awards in the “Song of the Summer” category.

The Pop Songs chart, which began in 1992, measures total weekly plays, as tabulated by Nielsen Music, among its reporting panel of 164 mainstream top 40 stations.

After “Give Your Heart A Break”, Lovato has scored six top 10s: “Heart Attack” (No. 4, 2013); “Neon Lights” (No. 7, 2014); “Really Don’t Care,” featuring Cher Lloyd (No. 7, 2014); “Cool For The Summer” (No. 3, 2015); “Confident” (No. 9, 2016); and her other current hit, Cheat Codes’ “No Promises,” on which she’s featured (No. 7, Sept. 30, 2017).

in: Charts
October 23, 2017
di Fabiana