There are a few things that are gaining momentum in the rock world right now. Sleep Token and Falling in Reverse’s latest single “Watch the World Burn” has made the top 50 on YouTube’s Top US Songs chart.
The video has been viewed more than 8.5 million times in the two weeks since its release on January 31st. The video topped the trending him charts on YouTube, along with a huge number of songs by pop-his artists like Taylor Swift and Miley Cyrus. The band also landed on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for the first time thanks to the growing popularity of their songs and videos.
The video for Metallica’s latest single, “Screaming Suicide,” was released on January 19th after garnering nearly 4.8 million views on YouTube.
Currently, “Watch the World Burn” debuts at number 41 on YouTube’s Top US Songs chart. Apart from the Eagles, whose live version of “Hotel California” currently ranks at No. 41, they are the only rock band to make the top 50. 47. Bad Bunny, Harry Styles, Morgan Warren, Lady Gaga, and the aforementioned Swift and Cyrus are among the other artists dominating the top of the charts, with Ronnie Radke. I belong to a fairly large company.
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The band certainly took note of the song’s success, especially Radke, who jokingly tweeted at other musicians to get out of the way as the song climbed the rankings.
“You knew I had a problem when I walked in,” the frontman tweeted, with a screenshot of the song above Swift’s “Lavender Haze” video.
The song also reached number two on Billboard’s Hard Rock Streaming Songs list, behind Foo Fighters’ “Everlong”.
“Listen Foo Fighters, you’ve been on the charts for a while. Guess I’ll be moving next week. I’m officially a legacy act. Thank you,” Radke wrote of the accolade. increase.
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