Harry Styles Rules Top 100 Songwriters Chart – Billboard

Harry Styles reaches No. 1 on Billboard‘s Hot 100 Songwriters Chart (dated June 4), while Kid Harpoon and Tyler Johnson top the Hot 100 Producers, thanks to their work on Styles’ new album Harry’s house.

The LP exploded to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 521,000 equivalent album units earned, according to Luminate — the highest weekly total for an album this year. It earns Styles his third No. 1 — and biggest week by units — after 2019 Thin line and his 2017 self-titled set.

Styles topped the Hot 100 Songwriters for the first time, thanks to 13 Harry’s house cuts making the latest Billboard Hot 100; “As It Was” marks a fourth week at No. 1 and the other 12 songs debut. Styles co-wrote each song.

Here is a recap:

Rank, Title (co-songwriters in addition to Styles)
No. 1, “As It Was” (Kid Harpoon, Tyler Johnson)
No. 4, “Late Night Talking” (Kid Harpoon)
No. 8, “Music for a Sushi Restaurant” (Kid Harpoon, Johnson, Mitch Rowland)
No. 9, “Matilda” (Kid Harpoon, Johnson, Amy Allen)
No. 13, “Daylight” (Kid Harpoon, Johnson)
No. 14, “Little Freak” (Kid Harpoon)
No. 15, “Grape Juice” (Kid Harpoon, Johnson)
No. 21, “Satellite” (Kid Harpoon, Johnson)
No. 22, “Cinema” (Sammy Witte)
No. 24, “Daydreaming” (Kid Harpoon, Tyler Johnson, Alex Weir, Louis Johnson, Quincy Jones, Tom Bahler, Valerie Johnson)
No. 25, “Keep Driving” (Kid Harpoon, Tyler Johnson, Rowland)
No. 29, “Love of My Life” (Kid Harpoon, Johnson)
No. 30, “Boyfriends” (Kid Harpoon, Johnson, Tobias Jesso Jr.)

Notably, “Daydreaming” samples the Johnson Brothers’ 1978 track “Ain’t We Funkin’ Now,” hence its songwriting credits for Tom Bahler, Louis Johnson, Valerie Johnson, Quincy Jones and Alex Weir. “Funkin'” reached No. 45 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

Kid Harpoon (real name: Tom Hull) and Tyler Johnson rank No. 2 and No. 3 respectively on the Hot 100 Songwriters.

Meanwhile, Kid Harpoon and Johnson are tied for No. 1 on the Hot 100 Producers, each leading for the first time, as the two have co-produced just 12 of 13 tracks on Harry’s house. (They produced “Cinema” with Sammy Witte.)

Kid Harpoon takes his count to 21 Hot 100 hits (including six top 10s), including 19 recorded by Styles, including his No. 1 hits “Watermelon Sugar” and “As It Was.” Kid Harpoon also co-produced Shakira’s “Can’t Remember to Forget You” with Rihanna (#15, 2014) and Shawn Mendes’ “Wonder” (#18, 2020). “Remember” marked Kid Harpoon’s first entry on the chart as a producer.

Johnson also now has 21 Hot 100 hits (including seven top 10s), including 20 performed by Styles. His first production entry, Cam’s “Burning House,” reached No. 29 in 2016.

The weekly Hot 100 songwriter and Hot 100 producer rankings are based on the total points accumulated by a songwriter and producer, respectively, for each assigned song that appears on the Hot 100; Additionally, the genre-based songwriter and producer charts follow the same methodology based on the corresponding genre charts named “Hot”. Like with BillboardIn annual summaries of , multiple writers or producers split the points for each song equally (and splitting the points will lead to occasional ties on the charts).

Complete Hot 100 songwriter and Hot 100 producer charts, in addition to the full genre chart, are available on Billboard.com.

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