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.
Concurrently, “Naughty List” bows at No. 2 on Top Triller Global behind Darshan Raval and Shreya Ghoshal’s “Judaiyaan,” which spends its first frame atop the tally.