Published: Fri, September 08, 2017
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Despacito... on calculators — WATCH

Despacito... on calculators — WATCH

Instead, the Spanish-language song tied with Carey last week, but it failed to take the title, thanks to Taylor Swift.

The position was previously held by 'Despacito Remix' by Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber for 16 weeks and has now been replaced by LWYMMD, the single from Taylor Swifts next album.

Tracking service Nielsen Music said "Look What You Made Me Do" had the second highest number of streams ever over all platforms, trailing the 2013 viral dance craze track "Harlem Shake". In the 52 years of the Grammy awards' existence, none have ever won Producer of the Year (non-classical), and only six have ever been nominated.

Swift's latest single is the initial salvo from her latest upcoming album "Reputation".

The "Look What You Made Me Do" music video, directed by Joseph Kahn, premiered on Sunday, August 27th, during MTV's Video Music Awards, setting a YouTube record with 39 million views in the first 24 hours.

"This is better than the actual song", one person commented online.

The talented enthusiast played the tune by clicking on the buttons of two AR7778 calculators.

"Look" convincingly earns #1 on the Billboard Streaming Songs and Digital Song Sales subcharts and improves to #14 on Radio Songs. The track's 76-place jump is the fifth-greatest chart leap of all time.

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