HVME, Travis Scott score No 1

“Goosebumps” climbs to top of dance radio chart

After sweeping up over 280 million streams and receiving critical acclaim from Billboard and more, HVME & Travis Scott’s “Goosebumps” is the No. 1 dance song in the country! Vaulting from the No. 4 spot to the top, it claims No. 1 on the Dance Radio Chart and emerges as the No. 1 Greatest Gainer on the Dance Radio Chart. Becoming a crossover hit, it also hit a new peak at pop radio, as it heads for the Top 20.

The explosive deep house hip hop bop has taken over multiple charts and transformed from a club banger into a burgeoning global pop smash. It has maintained the No. 1 position on the Billboard Hot Dance/Electronic Songs Chart for a third consecutive week and climbed to No. 60 on the Billboard Hot 100. Between the original and the remix, it has amassed over 280 million streams and has propelled HVME who now has over 20 million monthly listeners on Spotify. Not to mention, he has occupied a place in the Top 3 of Today’s Top Hits for weeks in addition to rising on playlists such as mint, Global Top 50, United States Top 50, and United States Viral 50.

Garnering praise, Billboard described the remix as “scorching,” and Variety chronicled its incredible journey to critical mass.

Hailing from Murcia in Southeast Spain, HVME (pronounced like the English “Hume”) has quietly emerged as a feverishly creative force for the dance floor. Introducing himself during 2016, he carefully integrated future house, slap house, and deep house into an immediately entrancing style of his own. After grinding it out, he skyrocketed to the forefront of global culture with his reimagining of Travis Scott’s mega-banger “Goosebumps.” It blasted off with 280 million-plus streams to date, major chart moves, and an official remix featuring Travis Scott. Most importantly, it paves the way for more music to come from HVME.

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Buddy Iahn
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