Dua Lipa earns fourth #1 hit with "IDGAF"
"IDGAF" jumps two spots to earn Dua Lipa her fourth chart-topper, just one year and one week after she earned her first with "Be The One" (three weeks at the top spot). She has also topped the chart with Sean Paul as the featured act on "No Lie" (one week at #1), and 2017's biggest song "New Rules", which stayed at #1 for seven weeks. "Rules" drops to #8 on it's 33th week on the chart. It's the song's lowest rank since it's #13 debut.
Last week's #1 "Havana" drops to #2 after eleven non-consecutive weeks commanding the chart. Camila Cabello's next single "Never Be The Same" does make up for it by moving up to a new #4 peak. Cabello's track from the Bright soundtrack, "Crown" with Grey, is this week's only debut at #32. Another track from her debut album, Camila, becomes her fourth top 20 hit as a solo artist, as "She Loves Control" moves to #19.
Sandwiched between the two Camila Cabello smashes is former #1 "Finesse". The Bruno Mars track is facing steep competition but still has enough juice to maybe go back to the top spot in a few weeks. Cardi B's "Bartier Cardi" almost cracks top 20, but her collabs "No Limit" and "Motosport" do spend sometime there this week: "Limit" is steady at #16 (it's peak) and "Motorsport" jumps to #18 on it's 4th week.
Rita Ora's "Anywhere" drops to #5 on it's 14th week. It blocks G-Eazy and Halsey from getting a top 5 hit with "Him & I", which stays steady at #6. Eazy is of course the lead on the aforementioned "No Limit", but Halsey also commands the #10 this week, as #2-peaking "Bad at Love" moves down from #9.
Khalid and Marshmello jump to #7 with "Silence", their highest rank so far with the track. Marshmello has gone as high as #5 with Selena Gomez' "Wolves". Khalid is #12 with "Young Dumb & Broke" this week. By jumping, "Silence" sidetracks "Rockstar". The Post Malone smash drops to #9 on it's ninth week.
Other key moves include Clean Bandit and Julia Michaels' "I Miss You" moving up another spot to #17, while Rita Ora and Liam Payne's "For You" moves up to #24.
Hot Shot Debut:
Camila Cabello, Grey - "Crown" (#32 debut)
Macklemore ft. Kesha - "Good Old Days" (moves up 46-37 this week)
Dropping this week:
Ed Sheeran – “Bloodstream” (#30 peak, 7 weeks on the chart)