Home Music TYLA’S VIRAL HIT “WATER” DEBUTS AT #67 ON BILLBOARD 100 CHART!

TYLA’S VIRAL HIT “WATER” DEBUTS AT #67 ON BILLBOARD 100 CHART!

by Diana Wilson
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Tyla’s viral hit “Water” has made its debut today at #67 on the Billboard 100. Furthermore, the official music video, which was released last Friday, has already gained over 4 million views on YouTube.

The release of the official music video for the song “Water” last Friday marks the most significant accomplishment for the rising star’s first single, which has achieved success on multiple global Billboard Songs charts in the whirlwind year of 2023.

The song made its debut in August and immediately garnered attention and engagement from fans on social media. A TikTok challenge followed, resulting in over 2.2 million posts featuring the song and an astonishing 3.6 billion views.

Prior to the release of the official music video, Tyla accumulated over 10 million views on YouTube through the official audio, lyric video, and Vevo DSCVR performance video, and her subscriber count is rapidly approaching a quarter-billion.

The song “Water” has been rising and has achieved Top 40 rankings on various global charts. These include New Zealand (number 4), UK (number 10), Dutch (number 10), Ireland (number 21), Denmark (number 21), Australia (number 32), and Norway (number 28).

Additionally, the song is currently at number 27 on the Switzerland charts. Tyla also performed “Water” on Sweden’s influential program, BIANCA.

Tyla’s “Water” is her third major offering of the year, with “Been Thinking” released in January and “Girl Next Door” featuring Ayra Starr released in May. She has been preparing for this moment.

Taking everything into account, it can be confidently stated that Tyla will remain.


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