Along with the film Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha-hen, which has topped the box office in Japan for ten consecutive weeks, its theme song has also been breaking records. According to Oricon's latest report, Japanese singer LiSA's 17th single, “Homura,” has dominated her digital singles chart for ten consecutive weeks since its release on October 12. In its 10th week, the single was downloaded 29,227 times, for a total of 739,193 downloads for the entire period.
Now, “Homura” has become the second song in Japan to stay on top of the charts for ten consecutive weeks, after Kenshi Yonezu's “Lemon” hit it in 2018. Yes the song remains one more week, will break the record for longest time topping the list in its entire history.
Meanwhile, LiSA's song returned to Oricon's weekly streaming rankings, with 10,632,183 views for the first time in three weeks since December 7. He has topped the rankings eight times so far and has amassed more than 10 million weekly views for nine consecutive weeks. In total, the single has amassed 132,986,137 cumulative views.
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