Selena Gomez scores her first #1 song ever.

Gomez made an impressive debut on the Hot 100 last week when “Lose You To Love Me” soared to #15. In its second week, the track rose to #1.

According to Billboard, the song racked up 38.8 million U.S. streams. It also had 39,000 in digital sales and 24.2 million audience impressions on the Radio Songs chart.

Gomez’s highest charting songs previous to this were “Good For You” and “Same Old Love,” both at #5.


Selena recently dropped by Beats 1 to open about the new music. She says she saved her best songs for later, and that at the moment, there aren’t any collaborations on the new record.

Now that you’ve had a minute to let the new tune sink in, what are your thoughts? Are you looking forward to her new album? Let us know what you think in the comments.

22 Responses

    1. Oh yeah, I saw that too. And I take back everything I said about this song. It grew on me. I want to personally apologize to the Selenators and to Selena for dragging this song. I love you. You’re spanish and you’re a baby. 😂

    1. @ israelod you hated her pre-Revival? You didn’t live for Come & Get It? Whicj is according to Gen Z is the answer to I’m a Slave 4 U. Like the new Slave 4 U. And I oop— I don’t what they were talking about. 😂

      1. @Roxxy right, the word hate should not have been used, more like I didnt quite respect her as an artist before Revival, I did like Come & Get it and very few other songs but now I’m obsessed with her LOL

        1. Oh yeah definitely Stars Dance was a manufactured pop album. But just so you guys know I AM OKAY with that. Don’t @ me. No tea, no shade. We love a Femme Fatale. ☕🤫🤭 But really REVIVAL was her revival. Which is sad in context because she came out with only one album and after she’s already being revived. LOL 😂 It took J.Lo three studio albums and one remix album before her REBIRTH. But Selena just flat out died after Stars Dance and got her Revival instantly. 🤣

    1. It went No.1 on Dance Club songs. I don’t think she knows or even cares that there are component charts that are of less importance than the Hot 100. Cause she also constantly refers to Good For You as No.1 cause it did go No.1 on Pop Songs but not on the Hot 100.

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