Atlantic’s The Greatest Showman soundtrack and the companion album The Greatest Showman: Reimagined continue to rewrite the stars and the charts in a growing circus of big releases. Last week, RCA’s Pink and daughter Willow Sage Hart’s versions of “A Million Dreams” and its reprise (recorded for the latter) launched onto several lists, the former reaching #2 on iTunes and 3.3 million streams on Spotify. Now, “The Greatest Show” is climbing up again in a newly-released version from Fueled By Ramen’s Panic! At The Disco, as they continue to fill the charts with “High Hopes” and achievements. In the U.S., that hit currently sits at #6 on iTunes, while “Greatest” lands at #17, down from a peak of #10. Upon its debut, the latter title charted in 44 countries globally. It’s also showing great strength at Spotify, having now passed 2.5 million streams at the service, as well as YouTube, where it’s earned over 3.8 million views during the same period. Of course, “High” has been killing it on the charts for months, with over 180.6 million streams on Spotify, 42.2 million views on YouTube and nearly 2.1 million tags (and a #7 rank in the U.S.) on Shazam. We really can’t go wrong with two times the Disco fever.
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