Philippines Songs is a music record chart in the Philippines, compiled by Billboard since February 2022. Updated every Tuesday on Billboard's website, the chart was announced on February 14, 2022 as part of Billboard's Hits of the World chart collection, ranking the top 25 songs weekly in more than 40 countries around the globe.[3] This is the first local Billboard chart in the Philippines since the discontinuation of the Philippine Hot 100 and four other charts after Billboard Philippines halted its operation for an undisclosed reason on January 15, 2018.[4]

American singer Taylor Swift has the most chart entries in Billboard Philippines Songs, with fifty-nine songs.[1][2]

The first number-one song on the chart was "Pano" by Zack Tabudlo on the issue dated February 19, 2022.[5][6][7] The current number-one song on the chart is "Dilaw" by Maki on the week dated June 22, 2024.[8]

"Mahika" by Adie & Janine Berdin is the longest-running song on the chart with 72 weeks, ending its run on December 16, 2023.[9] Taylor Swift is the artist with the most entries overall, having 72 songs charted by the week dated May 4, 2023.[2][10]

Methodology

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The chart tracks songs' performance from Friday to Thursday. Chart rankings are based on digital downloads from full-service digital music retailers (sales from direct-to-consumer sites such as an individual artist's store are excluded) and online streaming occurring in the Philippines during the tracking period. All data are provided by Luminate Data, formerly MRC Data.[11]

List of number-one songs

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Zack Tabudlo's "Pano" was the first song to debut at number one and became the longest-running single on the chart with eleven weeks.[6][12]
 
Janine Berdin was the first Filipina singer to reach #1 with "Mahika". In collaboration with Adie, the song was the first Filipino duet on top.[13]

2022

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In 2022, eleven acts achieved their first Philippine number-one single in the Philippines Songs chart, either as a lead artist or a featured guest: Zack Tabudlo, Anees, Troye Sivan, BTS, Joji, Charlie Puth, Jungkook, Blackpink, Adie, Janine Berdin, and Taylor Swift. Out of the ten number-one songs in the calendar year, six singles debuted at the top spot. Zack Tabudlo's "Pano" became the first song to debut and peak at the summit, making it the first OPM chart-topper and Tabudlo as the first Filipino to reach number one in Philippines Songs.[6][14][15] It was also the longest-running number-one single of the chart so far, having topped for eleven consecutive weeks.[12][16] Taylor Swift's "Anti-Hero" led the top place for nine weeks, the longest stay by a female artist on top.[1] Charlie Puth's "Left and Right" topped the chart for eight consecutive weeks, while Anees' "Sun and Moon" spent five weeks at the number-one spot after making its mark as the first international number one of the chart.[17][18]

Adie and Janine Berdin's "Mahika" is the first Filipino duet to reach the summit, allowing Berdin to be the first Filipina to lead the chart.[13][19][20] Blackpink's "Shut Down" debuted at number one in October, ending the run of their own "Pink Venom", both from the album Born Pink.[21][22] The feat made Blackpink the first act to replace themselves at number one, and the only act in 2022 to produce multiple number-one songs.[23][24]

Issue date Song Artist(s) Weeks Ref.
February 19, 2022 "Pano"   Zack Tabudlo 11 [12][25]
May 7, 2022 "Sun and Moon" Anees 5 [26]
June 11, 2022 "Angel Baby" Troye Sivan 2 [27]
June 25, 2022 "Yet to Come" BTS 1 [28]
July 2, 2022 "Glimpse of Us" Joji 1 [29]
July 9, 2022 "Left and Right" Charlie Puth featuring Jungkook 8 [30]
September 3, 2022 "Pink Venom" Blackpink 4 [31]
October 1, 2022 "Shut Down" 3 [21][32]
October 22, 2022 "Mahika"   Adie & Janine Berdin 2 [33]
November 5, 2022 "Anti-Hero" Taylor Swift 9 [34]

2023

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Issue date Song Artist(s) Weeks Ref.
January 7, 2023 "Kill Bill" SZA 4 [35]
February 4, 2023 "Flowers" Miley Cyrus 2 [36]
February 18, 2023 "Kill Bill" SZA 2 [37]
March 4, 2023 "Pasilyo"   SunKissed Lola 1 [38]
March 11, 2023 "Die for You" The Weeknd & Ariana Grande 4 [39]
April 8, 2023 "Uhaw"   Dilaw 10 [40]
June 17, 2023 "Angels like You" Miley Cyrus 4 [41]
July 15, 2023 "Cruel Summer" Taylor Swift 1 [42]
July 22, 2023 "Back to December (Taylor's Version)" 1 [43]
July 29, 2023 "Seven" Jungkook featuring Latto 11 [44]
October 14, 2023 "3D" Jungkook & Jack Harlow 1 [45]
October 21, 2023 "Ere"   Juan Karlos 9 [46]
December 16, 2023 "You're Losing Me" Taylor Swift 1 [47]
December 30, 2023 "711"   TONEEJAY 1 [48]

2024

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Issue date Song Artist(s) Weeks Ref.
January 6, 2024 "Ere"   Juan Karlos 1 [49]
January 13, 2024 "Cruel Summer" Taylor Swift 1 [50]
January 20, 2024 "711"   TONEEJAY 1 [51]
January 27, 2024 "Get Low"   O Side Mafia & BRGR 2 [52]
February 10, 2024 "Makasarili Malambing"   Kristina Dawn featuring Hev Abi 1 [53]
February 17, 2024 "Alam Mo Ba Girl"   Hev Abi 1 [54]
February 24, 2024 "Babaero"   gins&melodies featuring Hev Abi 5 [55]
March 30, 2024 "We Can't Be Friends (Wait for Your Love)" Ariana Grande 4 [56]
April 27, 2024 "Pantropiko"   BINI 1 [57]
May 4, 2024 "Fortnight" Taylor Swift featuring Post Malone 1 [58]
May 11, 2024 "Pantropiko"   BINI 4 [57]
June 8, 2024 "Salamin, Salamin" 2 [59]
June 22, 2024 "Dilaw"   Maki 1 [8]

Song milestones

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Most weeks at number one

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No. of weeks Song Artist Release
year
11 "Pano" Zack Tabudlo 2022
"Seven" Jungkook featuring Latto 2023
10 "Uhaw" Dilaw 2023
"Ere" Juan Karlos 2023
9 "Anti-Hero" Taylor Swift 2022
8 "Left and Right" Charlie Puth featuring Jungkook 2022

Artist milestones

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Most number-one songs

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No. of songs Artist Songs
5 Taylor Swift "Anti-Hero"
"Cruel Summer"
"Back to December (Taylor's Version)"
"You're Losing Me"
"Fortnight"
3 Jungkook "Left and Right"
"Seven"
"3D"
Hev Abi "Makasarili Malambing"
"Alam Mo Ba Girl"
"Babaero"
2 Ariana Grande "Die for You"
"We Can't Be Friends (Wait for Your Love)"
BINI "Pantropiko"
"Salamin, Salamin"
Blackpink "Pink Venom"
"Shut Down"
Miley Cyrus "Flowers"
"Angels like You"

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