LiSA's single 'Homura' surpasses 100 million views in record time
The Billboard Japan published the "Ranking of Songs via Streaming" for the date of December 7, 2020 (which includes the period from November 23 to 29, 2020) where it reported that the single "Homura (炎)" performed by LiSA and used as the theme song for the film Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha-hen, it has exceeded 100 million cumulative views.
The single “Homura” appeared for the first time on the Billboard Japan chart in second place in the ranking dated October 26, and in the ranking dated November 2 it occupied the first position with 18,901,974 accumulated reproductions in the week alone. evaluated, which represented the largest amount ever recorded on this list. With the breaking of the 100 million views goal in its seventh week, this is the song that has achieved this goal the fastest.
Additionally, in the "Digital Singles Ranking" published by the Japanese portal Oricon and dated to December 7, 2020, the single has also achieved the first position in two categories for seven consecutive weeks. This is the first time in Oricon's listing history that something like this has happened, racking up more than 10 million weekly views for six consecutive weeks.
Finally, the single was released on October 14 in Japan and sold 68,000 copies in its first week. LiSA is now the first artist to top these charts for three consecutive weeks in twelve years and ten months, since the band SMAP achieved the same achievement with the single “Dangan Fighter” in January 2008.
Source: Billboard Japan
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