Kingdom Hearts III is lastly out, and by all accounts it seems to be doing fairly effectively. That success has prolonged to singer-songwriter Hikaru Utada, who has been with the sequence because the starting, and naturally debuted a brand new single for the brand new sport. The one, “Face My Fears,” is a collaboration with Skrillex, and in addition has change into Utada’s first music to look on the Billboard Sizzling 100 checklist.
“Face My Fears,” which was produced by each Skrillex and “Poo Bear,” was launched on January 18, 2019. For the Billboard Sizzling 100 checklist dated February, 2, the observe has landed on the no. 98 spot, simply barely (however nonetheless cleanly) making the checklist. The music is a testomony to the hype surrounding each Utada and Kingdom Hearts III, because it dropped effectively earlier than the sport even did, which simply got here out on January 29.
Whereas that is her first spot on the Sizzling 100, this isn’t Utada’s first look on music artist charts by any means. Billboard, which is United States-based, notes that two of her solo albums have appeared on the Billboard 200 chart: Exodus (2004), which was no. 160, and That is the One, which cracked the highest 100 in 2009 at no. 69. When her LP Fantôme dropped in 2016, it hit the no. 1 spot on the World Albums chart.
“Face My Fears” additionally sees Utada hitting the highest spot for the primary time on the World Digital Track Gross sales chart, with 10,000 downloads thus far. “Easy and Clear” additionally occurs to be on the identical chart, showing on the no. 21 spot after displaying up on the market on digital marketplaces in the US.
In the meantime, “Face My Fears” additionally occurs to be Skrillex’s eighth look on the Sizzling 100 checklist, the earlier one being his “Purple Lamborghini” collaboration with Rick Ross.