Linkin Park is again at No. 1 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Airplay chart for the primary time in eight and a half years, as “Lost” lifts from No. 2 to the highest of the March 18-dated survey.
“Lost” is Linkin Park’s ninth No. 1 on Mainstream Rock Airplay and first since “Until It’s Gone” dominated for per week in September 2014.
The band first led with “Somewhere I Belong” in 2003.
Because it tops Mainstream Rock Airplay in simply its fourth week, “Lost” ties “What I’ve Done” in 2007 for the band’s quickest climb to No. 1.
“Lost” is a posthumous No. 1 for vocalist Chester Bennington, who died in 2017. The tune was recorded in the course of the periods for 2003’s Meteora and is a part of the twentieth anniversary reissue of the LP, due April 7. The final tune to steer Mainstream Rock Airplay by a deceased singer was Chris Cornell’s “Promise” in October 2020.
Concurrently, “Lost” leads the all-rock-format, audience-based Rock & Different Airplay listing for a fourth week, after launching at No. 1, with 9.2 million viewers impressions, up 4%, March 3-9, based on Luminate. It ranks at its No. 2 excessive on Different Airplay for a second straight body.
On probably the most lately printed, March 11-dated Sizzling Arduous Rock Songs chart, “Lost” ranked at No. 1 on the power of three.4 million official U.S. streams and a pair of,000 downloads bought along with its radio airplay.
Meteora dominated the Billboard 200 for 2 weeks in April 2003. It has earned 8.5 million equal album items so far, together with 6.5 million in album gross sales.
All March 18-dated Billboard charts will replace on Billboard.com Tuesday, March 14.