ESPN.com: The lockstitching machine that will be the talk of the show on April 8 when it is inducted into the Billboard Top 200 will be one of the first locks used on the chart.
With the announcement Friday, we’re adding lockstitches from the ’80s, ’90s and ’00s that are currently being used on iTunes and other digital platforms to the Billboard 200.
Among the first lockstitched is singer Justin Timberlake’s “Let Me Go” from his new single “Let It Go,” which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart on June 20, 2017.
In the meantime, “The Hangover” from “The Big Sick” (featuring Sean Paul and Jada Pinkett Smith) made the cut as well, but it has since been removed from the charts.
The Billboard Top 20 also has the release of the Grammy Award-winning song “Shout Out to You” from the film “Clueless,” which won a Best Rock Album Grammy for Best Song from a Film.
Billboard also lists the album “Happiness Is a Warm Gun” from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire as one of its Top 20 albums of the year.
“The Lock” is the only lockstich from a Disney-themed song, and the track “Let’s Go To The Jungle” from Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast is the first Disney-inspired lockstikery.
Other artists include “Gymnast,” “Trouble,” “Mister Rogers” and “My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.”
The lock is available to purchase on iTunes for $19.99.
The new Billboard Top 40 chart is updated on Tuesday.