The band slots right into a tie for sixth-most high 10s of all time.
Weezer continues to climb the listing of acts with the most high 10s on Billboard‘s Alternative Songs airplay chart, with “The End of the Game” breaking into the high 10 of the Oct. 12-dated rating.
“The End of the Game” rises 12-9 to change into the band’s 17th high 10, lifting the act right into a tie for the sixth-most high 10s in the historical past of the chart, which started in 1988.
Weezer’s haul of high 10s on Alternative Songs dates to its first entry, “Undone (The Sweater Song),” which reached No. 6 in August 1994, extending its span of high 10s on the survey to over 25 years. (The leaders on the listing, Red Hot Chili Peppers, sport a span of 27 years of showing in the high 10 from 1989 by 2016.)
Most Top 10s, Alternative Songs
25, Red Hot Chili Peppers
24, Foo Fighters
23, Green Day
19, Pearl Jam
17, Linkin Park
17, The Offspring
17, The Smashing Pumpkins
“The End of the Game” is Weezer’s fifth straight high 10, extending its career-best streak for many in a row.
Concurrently, the tune breaks into the high 10 of the all-rock-format Rock Airplay tally (11-8), changing into Weezer’s sixth high 10, with 5.Eight million viewers impressions (up 16%), in accordance with Nielsen Music. In addition to its success on different radio, the observe bullets at No. 22 on Mainstream Rock Songs, marking the band’s second-highest-charting hit, after the No. 5-peaking “Back to the Shack” in 2014.
“The End of the Game” is the lead single from Van Weezer, Weezer’s 14th studio album, at present scheduled for a May 2020 launch.