The song runs only 37 seconds.
Kid Cudi’s “Beautiful Trip” runs only 37 seconds long and debuts at the No. 100 anchor spot on the most recent Billboard Hot 100 chart, yet those numbers are sufficient for the song to make history.
Upon its passage, the track breaks the record for the most brief Hot 100 hit by tune length in the chart’s whole 62-year files.
The song is eight seconds more limited than the previous record-holder, Piko-Taro’s “PPAP (Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen).” At 45 seconds in its quickest structure, “PPAP” arrived at No. 77 on the Hot 100 in October 2016.
Child Cudi sets the imprint on the Hot 100 dated Dec. 26, 2020, a year after Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road,” highlighting Billy Ray Cyrus, turned into the most brief No. 1 hit by length since 1965, running 1:53 in its briefest emphasis.
All things considered, a year ago likewise brought another record for the lengthiest Hot 100 hit by run time: Tool’s “Fear Inoculum” went through seven days at No. 93, on the Aug. 17, 2019-dated count, turning into the primary melody in the chart’s set of experiences with a run time surpassing 10 minutes (10:21).
Alongside “Beautiful Trip,” Nat King Cole’s form of “Deck the Halls” debuts on the most recent Hot 100, at No. 47. The old Yuletide tune, and the first track on Cole’s 1960 album The Magic of Christmas, is only 1:06 in length.
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