Almost every week on the Hot 100, there is at least one new track that breaks into the top 10, becoming a major win for the artist (or artists) behind the tune. Sometimes, more than one cut lifts into the region or even debut there (as is the case this frame). The turnover inside the tier is rapid, and the competition is fierce.
Right now, there are a number of successful songs that are vying for space inside the Hot 100’s top 10, and the five cuts listed below may all eventually find their way into the arena…or perhaps only some will, while others will have to settle for coming very close, but not quite making it.
Here are six singles that stand a good chance of reaching the Hot 100’s top 10 very soon.
Drake – “Laugh Now Cry Later (ft. Lil Durk)” Gabby Barrett – “I Hope” Rod Wave – “Rags2Riches (ft. ATR Son Son)” Dua Lipa – “Break My Heart” BTS – “Dynamite”
Miley Cyrus – “Midnight Sky” After a very short break in between projects, Miley Cyrus is ready to kick off the latest era of her career with “Midnight Sky,” a catchy pop-rock tune that could give her the hit she’s seemingly been looking for. The track appears to preview her next full-length, and it will likely enjoy a lofty start on next week’s Hot 100, and a top 10 beginning isn’t out of the question.
Even if “Midnight Sky” does fail to break into the top 10 right away, it could do so after gaining ground at radio, which seems eager to take a chance on whatever Cyrus has to deliver.
Mark Ronson has teased the killer vocals on his Miley Cyrus collaboration ‘High’.
The pop star previously teased that there will be two or three songs with the studio wizard – who she hooked up with on mega-hit ‘Nothing Breaks Like a Heart’ – on her hotly-anticipated seventh record, which will have “Joan Jett vibes”.
She said: “Me and Mark, we have about two/ three songs on my next project together … kind of like Joan Jett vibes to it, just bringing back rock n roll.
“I currently have my dad’s haircut, I’m excited to bring that also.”
And now, the ‘Uptown Funk’ hitmaker has teased that Miley’s vocal is “11/10” on the track.
Sharing a tweet by a Miley stan account, which reads: “@MileyCyrus confirmed a new song produced by Mark Ronson that will be on the album called “High”! #M7 #MidnightSky”, he added: “this song will make you call every ex you ever had. Miley’s vocal is 11/10 (sic)”
Miley – who has just split from boyfriend Cody Simpson – recently dropped the lead single, ‘Midnight Sky’, which is about her reclaiming the narrative about her life and split from ex-husband Liam Hemsworth, whom she separated from in August 2019 after seven months of marriage and had their union legally ended in January 2020.
The 27-year-old star previously revealed her new album is “genre-less”, whilst she teased a duet with punk rock legend Billy Idol called ‘Night Crawling’.
The lyrics for the latter track reportedly include: “Gotta listen when the devil’s calling.”
Whilst on another verse, she confesses: “Sometimes I’m good for nothing, sometimes the best you ever had. Sometimes I need your loving, sometimes I stab you in the back.”
On her diverse-sounding album, she previously teased: “There’s psychedelic elements, there’s pop elements, there’s more hip-hop-leaning records.
“You know, in the same way I like to kind of just be genderless, I like feeling genre-less.”
Since news broke on Aug. 13 that she and her boyfriend of 10 months, musician Cody Simpson, had split, the star, 27, has been “fine and focused on her new music,” a source close to her says in this week’s issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday.
According to the source, Cyrus and Simpson, 23, split back in July.
“She and Cody are still super supportive of each other,” the source says. “There is no drama.”
Ahead of the release of her new single “Midnight Sky” on Aug. 14, Cyrus said on Instagram Live that she and Simpson are “individually working on” themselves. “For right now, two halves can’t make a whole,” she said.
But after a decade of friendship with Simpson, she told fans not to be surprised if they’re spotted out together in the future.
“Don’t make it some drama story if next week we hang out and we’re getting pizza,” she said. “We’ve been friends for 10 years, and we’re going to continue to be friends. Just don’t make it something that it is not.”
Nothing quite says modern day rockstar than a pair of vinyl trousers, and Miley Cyrus knows it. Last summer, MC debuted her new grungy garb look while gyrating around the stage at Glasto in a pair of Maison Margiela vinyl trousers. The summer heat was rising and Cyrus brought #HotGirlSummer and more. And it’s a look that’s here to stay, regardless of the ever-increasing temperature.
While leaving a studio in Los Angeles this week, the musician, once again, rocked her black vinyls with a military-style jacket, and a pair of strappy skyscraper heels. But, for Cyrus, no look is complete without a lot of accessories. Case in point: at Glasto, each look was laden with Chanel double C chains, Galliano-era Dior ID-necklaces and custom Gucci gold belts. This time around she stacked diamond-laden chains around her neck and slipped on a cluster of rings, too.
Afterwards, Cyrus – who is set to release more new music – took to Instagram to share some celebratory news with her fans. “Back in the studio and just heard that ‘Midnight Sky’ is having the biggest radio ad week of my CAREER and it’s #1 most added at Pop and Hot AC,” she wrote. “Every radio programmer who added it is rad as fuck and everyone who didn’t well …. Big fuckin’ thanks to my team and bad ass label!”
Ever since last summer, MC’s wardrobe has centred around two constructs: skin-tight and flashy. The best part? While she’s dispensing relationship advice, she’s totally unapologetic about how much gold she’s wearing and how much midriff she’s baring.
BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge Month will return for September 2020 with brand new live performances from Miley Cyrus, Little Mix, YUNGBLUD, Jorja Smith, Biffy Clyro and more.
Running from Tuesday 1 – Wednesday 30 September, Live Lounge Month 2020 will feature brand new live performances from (in alphabetical order):
Hosted by Clara Amfo, each Live Lounge will see artists perform their own music as well as exclusive cover tracks.
Every Monday-Thursday throughout September, the Live Lounge can be heard live on Radio 1 and BBC Sounds from midday. This year, new performances will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays, while Mondays and Wednesdays will feature some of the biggest and best classic Live Lounges from the archives, including Harry Styles, Demi Lovato, Usher and more. Viewers will be able to watch all the new Live Lounges first on the Radio 1 iPlayer channel, and later on Radio 1’s YouTube channel.
All of the new Live Lounges this year will be recorded in the BBC’s Radio Theatre in order to comply with social distancing guidelines, with the exception of Miley Cyrus’ which will be recorded in LA in line with local restrictions.
Earlier today (19th August), Miley Cyrus appeared on Apple Music’s Essential Radio with Zane Lowe to talk about her collection of released music. Check out her interview on Apple Music here or listen below!
Following what TikTok did for Kreayshawn’s“Gucci Gucci,” it looks like TikTok could be on pace to breathe new life into decade-old songs at least once per week.
Miley Cyrusis the next artist in-line to have a blast from the past come back around with her 2010 song, “When I Look at You,” that has become a sudden favorite for Gen Z’s biggest platform. The timing couldn’t possibly be more ironic; Cyrus would probably love this attention levied to her recently released single, “Midnight Sky.”
“When I Look at You” is Cyrus’ loving and emotional second single from her debut EP, The Time of Our Lives. The track, which also appears on the soundtrack to the 2010 romantic drama The Last Song, is an open declaration of adoration for a partner. “When my world is falling apart,” she sings. “When there’s no light to break up the dark/ That’s when I look at you.”
Drake heads for a big Top 5 debut on The Official Chart: First Look, as Joel Corry & MNEK gear up to hold at Number 1 with Head & Heart.
Already ahead by 5,000 chart sales after 48 hours, Head & Heart is comfortably on course to land a fifth consecutive week at Number 1. Their closest competition, Lighter by Nathan Dawe ft. KSI, is up one place to potentially land at Number 2 this week.
Midnight Sky by Miley Cyrus is set to debut at Number 13; it would be Miley’s 13th Top 20 hit if it stays on course. It’s the first new music we’ve had from Miley since her appearance on the 2019 Charlie’s Angels theme Don’t Call Me Angel with Ariana Grande and Lana Del Rey.
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