Brendon Urie Records His First Charting Hit Without Panic At The Disco
By Katrina Nattress
January 11, 2019
Brendon Urie is no stranger to the charts — Panic! At The Disco's "High Hopes" has been sitting pretty both on the Hot 100 chart and across multiple radio platforms for a long time — however, the frontman can now say he has a charting hit with his given name attached to it rather than P!ATD.
In December, the singer lended his vocals to emo rapper Juice WRLD's latest hit, the Benny Blanco-produced "Roses." Now, that jam has inched its way into the Hot 100 — landing at No. 95 this week. Maybe this will make the P!ATD bandleader more inclined to collaborate with more artists in the future?
Here's a thought: Juice WRLD recruited Urie for "Roses," and Halsey just recruited Juice WRLD for the remix of her chart-topping single "Without Me" (fun fact: that song is the pop star's first No. 1 hit as a lead artist). Halsey is an outspoken, diehard fan of P!ATD, and has even performed with the band live. So the only logical next step here is a Brendon Urie/Halsey/Juice WRLD collab, right?!
P!ATD kicked off the second leg of their Pray For The Wicked tour on Thursday (December 10). We'll keep our eyes peeled for any Halsey or Juice WRLD sightings and let our imaginations run wild from there.
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