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Harry Styles' 'As It Was' Tops Billboard Hot 100 For 14th Week, Tying Fourth-Longest Reign

Harry Styles' "As It Was" continues to rule the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart, as the song topped the list for a 14th total week, tying for the fourth-longest reign on the tally.

"As It Was" earned 68.2 million radio airplay audience impressions, 14.4 million streams, down 9%, and 3,000 downloads sold, down 13%, in the September 9-15 tracking week, according to Luminate.

The track, which dropped on March 31, is the first single from Styles' third album, Harry's House, which was released on May 20 via Erskine/Columbia Records.

"As It Was" ties for the fourth-longest rule in the Hot 100's 64-year history. It's also the longest reining song since Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road," featuring Billy Ray Cyrus, which ruled for a record 19 weeks in 2019.

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Mariah Carey Hints At Plans To Release Lost Alt-Rock Album 'Someone's Ugly Daughter'

Mariah Carey has hinted about her plans to release Someone's Ugly Daughter, a lost alternative rock album.

The pop superstar secretly recorded the album in 1995 under the pseudonym Chick.

Speaking to Rolling Stone's "Rolling Stone Now" podcast, Carey revealed that she recently came across a version of the album with her vocals in the forefront.

"The quest for that version is going great. We actually have it," she said, when asked about the long-lost album. "This was my outlet, and nobody knew about it. Most people, I'd rather they don't even know about it until we decide exactly what happens from that quest of finding those vocals."

Carey also hinted that she intends to release her version of Someone's Ugly Daughter and is also planning a related project.

Speaking about the album, she said it "will become something we should hear, but also, I'm working on a version where there will be another artist working with me. Possibly something built around the album."

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Doobie Brothers Co-Founder, Drummer John Hartman Dead At 72

Former drummer and co-founding member of the Doobie Brothers, John Hartman died at the age of 72.

The news was confirmed by the Doobie Brothers on their official social media accounts on Thursday.

"Today we are thinking of John Hartman, or Little John to us. John was a wild spirit, great drummer, and showman during his time in the Doobies. He was also a close friend for many years and an intricate part of the band personality! We send our condolences to all his loved ones at this difficult time. Rest in peace John," his former bandmates wrote.

They did not specify the date of his death.

Hartman formed the Doobie Brothers with singer and guitarist Tom Johnston in 1970 in San Jose, California.

At the band's inception, Hartman was the sole drummer.

He played on all of the Doobie Brothers' major hits of the 1970s with both Johnston and Michael McDonald. He left the rock band early in 1979.

Hartman was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as a member of The Doobie Brothers in 2020.

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