The Top Triller U.S. and Top Triller Global charts highlight the biggest songs on Triller based on a formula blending the amount of views of videos containing a respective songs, the level of engagement with those videos and the raw total of videos uploaded featuring each song, according to Triller. Data for the charts is represented on a Friday-Thursday tracking week, with the latest period running Nov. 6-12.
“Naughty List” marks the first holiday-themed song to crown either of Billboard’s Triller charts since they began earlier this year.
It’s also Payne’s first Top Triller U.S. ruler, while D’Amelio becomes the first act to snag two No. 1s, following the three-week reign of “Be Happy” beginning in late September.
The week’s top video for “Naughty List” came from D’Amelio herself; her Nov. 7 upload, co-starring boyfriend and fellow social star Noah Beck, has scored 3.5 million views to date, according to Triller. A second video from Dixie’s sister Charli, posted Nov. 7, has also been big, with 2.2 million plays in its own right.
In the U.S. streaming tracking week of Nov. 6-12, “Naughty List” received 455,000 streams, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data, a number that’s likely to rise as the holiday season nears.