The logical follow-up to some collaborative hits is add another one to the catalog, or at least that logic seems like the right strategy to the Def Jam performer named Logic. His new tune is the Ryan Tedder-assisted “One Day”, which made its debut on Friday. On iTunes, its highest position was at #17 over the weekend, though it’s since dropped back into the lower part of the top 40. Overall, the single entered the all-genre chart in 33 countries, making the top 25 in 19 of them. Both Apple Music and Spotify are reporting low to moderate stream counts for “One” during its first few days of availability, now at #178 on the former’s overall list after falling sharply from earlier this week, while ranking at #45 and #72 on the U.S. and Global lists, respectively, at the latter. Additionally, the release soars into the #11 and #15 spots on the U.S. and Global Viral charts at the service, respectively, with roughly 5.5 million plays since Friday. Elsewhere, there’s an audio-only clip for “One” (uploaded by Logic’s label) that sits around 550,000 views, while the Shazam action for the single, spurred by airplay gains at multiple radio formats, puts it at 14,500 tags to date and building nicely. How many days will it take to fully catch on? We hope it’s soon! (Images courtesy of Def Jam Records)
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