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Creepy Nuts’ ‘Bling-Bang-Bang-Born’ Hits No. 1 on Japan Hot 100

Creepy Nuts hits No. 1 with “Bling-Bang-Bang-Born” on the Billboard Japan Hot 100, dated Jan. 31, giving the popular duo consisting of rapper R-shitei (R-rated) and DJ Matsunaga their first-ever No. 1.

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After entering the top 10 last week from No. 27, the MASHLE Season 2 opener rises 5-1 this week, powered by streaming (No. 1, 14,657,362 weekly streams, up 63% from last week), downloads (No. 4, 9,465 units, up 35%), and radio (from No. 10 to No. 7). The track also hits No. 1 on Billboard Japan’s TikTok chart after the “BBBB Dance Challenge” inviting fans to dance to the show’s opening animation went viral on the short movie platform. “Bling-Bang-Bang-Born” also rules the Global Japan Songs Excl. Japan chart released Jan. 25 after bowing at No. 8 last week.

tuki.’s “Bansanka” slips to No. 2 this week, coming in at No. 2 for streaming (10,536,519, up 7.9%), No. 6 for downloads (6,757 units, up 1.9%), No. 4 for video views (2,161,787 views, up 9%) and karaoke, and No. 77 for radio. Though the song couldn’t extend its stay atop the Japan Hot 100, it continues to maintain momentum with overall points increasing by about 7.7% from the previous week.

As Mrs. GREEN APPLE continues to chart two songs in the top 10, the band’s latest hit “Nachtmusik” rises 7-3. It’s the theme for the movie Silent Love that opened in domestic theaters Jan. 26, and boosted by this film starring Ryosuke Yamada’s release, streams for the track soared by about 45% to rack up 7,994,782 plays, moving 11-6 for the metric, while radio climbed 14-1. Downloads are down 38% from the previous week to 6,666 units.

M!LK’s fourth single from a major label, “Kiss Plan,” debuts at No. 6. The track comes in at No. 2 for sales, launching with 79,197 CDs, up by about 30% over the 60,820 copies of its predecessor, “STARS.” The track logged 3,112,622 streams to hit No. 34 for the metric, which is also slightly more than the first-week figure of the previous single.

Kanjani Eight’s “Anthropos” follows at No. 7, ruling sales. The opener for the anime series Firefighter Daigo: Rescuer in Orange was written by Tatsuya Kitani (Jujutsu Kaisen ’s “Where Our Blue Is”). The veteran boy band’s 50th single sold 162,727 copies in its first week, about 7.8% more than its predecessor, “Ookami to Suisei” (150,848 first-week copies), launching the band’s 20th anniversary year with a bang.

back number’s “Fuyu to Haru” (Winter and Spring) debuts at No. 9. It’s the J-pop band’s first new release in about six months since “Kaiju no Size.” The latest number is produced by Masanori Shimada, who worked on the band’s single “Horizon” from Aug. 2020. “Fuyu to Haru” hits No. 2 for downloads with 12,842 units and No. 19 for streaming with 4,448,468 streams, while also coming in at No. 2 for radio and No. 28 for video. The three-man group is off to a strong start with its first release of this year.

The Billboard Japan Hot 100 combines physical and digital sales, audio streams, radio airplay, video views and karaoke data.

See the full Billboard Japan Hot 100 chart, tallying the week from Jan. 22 to 28, here. For more on Japanese music and charts, visit Billboard Japan’s English Twitter account.

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