Doja Cat’s “Vegas” Off ‘ELVIS’ Soundtrack Gives Her Most #1’S On Pop Radio This Decade & Most Top 10’s Among Women On The Hot 100 This Decade

Global superstar Doja Cat hits new milestones with her smash-hit single “Vegas” from the ELVIS Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. “Vegas” hit #1 on Pop Radio, making it the first solo soundtrack song to reach #1 since RCA’s “Can’t Stop The Feeling” by Justin Timberlake from the Trolls Original Motion Picture Soundtrack in 2016.

Additionally, “Vegas” also lands at #10 this week on Billboard Hot 100 chart, making this her sixth single in the top 10. To date, Doja Cat now has the most #1’s on Pop Radio this decade and the most top 10s among women on the Billboard Hot 100 this decade.

Out via House of Iona/RCA Records, the soundtrack debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Soundtrack chart and reached the top 30 on Billboard’s 200 charts at #26.  The soundtrack was released June 24th with Baz Luhrmann’s critically-acclaimed blockbuster film ELVIS, starring Austin Butler and Tom Hanks, which also landed at #1 at the box office in its first weekend in theaters. The success of the film and soundtrack gave a lift to Elvis’ discography, bumping Elvis: 30 #1 Hits album to #1 on Billboard’s Catalog Albums chart. Most recently, the ELVIS soundtrack was nominated for “Favorite Soundtrack” at the 2022 American Music Awards.

Spanning over 30 years, visionary filmmaker Baz Luhrmann’s ELVIS explores Presley (Austin Butler) the artist and the man—through love, loss, his unprecedented rise to fame, and the complex dynamic with manager Colonel Tom Parker (Tom Hanks)—set against the backdrop of America’s evolving cultural landscape and the timeless music he gave the world. The soundtrack features Elvis’s extraordinary body of work spanning the 1950s, `60s, and `70s, while also celebrating his diverse musical influences and enduring impact on popular artists today.