Mitski Tops TikTok Top 50 Chart With ‘My Love Mine All Mine’ From New Album

Mitski topped a chart recently with the song “My Love Mine All Mine” from her September album The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We. The song reached No. 1 on the TikTok Billboard Top 50, a new chart that launched only a month ago. The parameters for the chart involve user engagement, creation, and video views, according to Billboard, and features the most popular songs on TikTok in the U.S.

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“My Love Mine All Mine” is unique in terms of the chart because it is the first song to rise through to the top instead of debut there. The song debuted at No. 34 on the September 30-dated chart, then rose to No. 5 on October 7. Now the song joins “The Only Heartbreaker” from the 2022 album Laurel Hell as Mitski’s second No. 1 single.

Mitski released The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We on September 15 to generally positive reviews and a No. 2 debut on Billboard’s Top Alternative Albums. She has previously found success on TikTok with “Nobody” and “Washing Machine Heart” from her 2018 album Be The Cowboy.

[RELATED: Review: Mitski Leads With Love on ‘The Land is Inhospitable and So Are We’]

The popularity of “My Love Mine All Mine” keeps growing, as it has now also reached No. 49 on the Billboard Hot 100 and has become Mitski’s first song to chart in the top 50.

Next year, Mitski is taking The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We on the road with a North American tour with stops in 12 cities in the U.S., Mexico, and Canada. She revealed the news on October 3, announcing a string of dates starting on January 24 in Miami, Florida.

From there, she’ll play two consecutive nights in Toronto, Boston, New York City, Brooklyn, Chicago, and Los Angeles. The tour wraps in Nashville on April 10 and 11. For support, Mitski is taking along TaminoSarah Kinsley, Sunny War, and Julia Jacklin.

Photo by Ebru Yildiz, Courtesy of Pitch Perfect PR

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