"Be The One" returns to the top spot; Jax Jones, Drake and Martin Garrix move up.
Dua Lipa returns to #1 for a second non-consecutive week with "Be The One". This is the track's tenth week charting, all of them inside the top 10, dating back to it's #1 debut in January. Dua also claims this week's Greatest Gainer honors for "Scared to Be Lonely", her Martin Garrix collaboration, which jumps seventeen spots to #14. It has gone as high as #11. "Hotter Than Hell" and "No Lie" are at #32 and #33 this week, which represent a new high point for the former, and a six spot drop for the latter, which reached #1.
Last week's champion "Symphony" drops to #2, but it's not a bad week for either Clean Bandit or Zara Larsson. For the British band, "Rockabye" spends a twentieth consecutive week in the top 10, while "Rather Be" reaches a new peak (#16). For Larsson, "Sundown" cracks top 20, which is already higher than current radio single "So Good" (#23).
Ed Sheeran retains #3 with "Shape of You" while Katy Perry recover one spot and is at #4 with "Chained to the Rhythm". Both tracks have spent three weeks at the top. Lorde's "Green Light" also recovers one spot, to #5. "Magnets", her collaboration with Disclosure drops two rungs to #6.
The week's top debut is Jax Jones and Raye's "You Don't Know Me" at #7. It surpasses Drake's "Passionfruit", which debuts at #24, and The Chainsmokers' "The One" at #30. Drake still manages to get another top 10 hit with "Get It Together", featuring Black Coffee and Jorja Smith, which climbs from #15 to #8.
The Weeknd's "I Feel It Coming" ranks at #9. Another #1 hit from his Starboy album returns to the chart this week. "False Alarm" re-enters at #39.
Martin Garrix, Dua Lipa - "Scared to Be Lonely" (moves 31-14 this week)
Dropping this week:
Lady Gaga - "Million Reasons" (#4 Peak, 15 weeks on the chart)
Shakira ft. Maluma - "Chantaje" (#2 Peak, 19 weeks on the chart)
ZAYN, Taylor Swift - "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" (Fifty Shades Darker) (#9 Peak, 14 weeks on the chart)
The Weeknd - "Party Monster" (#24 Peak, 12 weeks on the chart)