Kendrick Lamar and SZA crown the chart, Cardi B earns first top 10 as a lead.
"All the Stars" becomes the first #1 hit for Kendrick Lamar as a lead (he previously spent time at the top spot as the featured act on Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood"). It's SZA's first trip to the top of the chart, following top 10 hits with Rihanna, Lorde and Maroon 5. "All the Stars" is the first single from the Black Panther soundtrack. Another one, "Pray for Me", by The Weekend and Lamar shoots up to #18, earning Greatest Gainer honors with it's 26 spots jump.
Dua Lipa holds steady at #2 with "IDGAF", which has spent a week at #1 so far. "New Rules" drops to #10 on it's 36th week.
Bruno Mars drops from #1 after three non-consecutive weeks there with Cardi B on "Finesse". Not a bad week for Cardi though, with "Bartier Cardi" becoming her first top 10 hit as a lead, which moves up to #8.
"Never be the Same" returns to it's #4 peak, on it's 11th week. Another Camila Cabello hit, former #1 "Havana" drops to #6.
Between both of those, Rita Ora's "Anywhere" recovers to #5. The song is proving quite resilient, even if it's #3 peak can't quite match her #1 hit "Your Song".
"Him & I" stays stable at #7 for G-Eazy and Halsey, while Marshmello and Khalid drop to #10 with "Silence". Marshmello debuts at #37 with new single "Friends", a collaboration with Anne-Marie, who's no stranger to hit songs, considering she spent time in the top 10 with "Ciao Adios" and #1 hit "Rockabye".
Below top 10, Taylor Swift's "Delicate" jumps to #15 on it's second week, and is her highest track this week ahead of current single "End Game". Disciples' "On My Mind" is right behind at #16.
Troye Sivan's "My My My!" also jumps to #21 on it's second week. Zedd, Calvin Harris and Paramore find new singles entering at the bottom of the chart.
Hot Shot Debut:
Marshmello, Anne-Marie - "Friends" (#37 debut)
The Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar - "Pray For Me" (moves up #44-18 this week)
Dropping this week:
Luis Fonsi, Demi Lovato - "Échame la Culpa" (#25 peak, 10 weeks on the chart)
Justin Timberlake - "Can't Stop the Feeling!" (#4 peak, 9 weeks on the chart)
Calvin Harris ft. Kehlani, Lil Yachty - "Faking It" (#4 peak, 16 weeks on the chart)
Imagine Dragons - "Thunder" (#3 peak, 33 weeks on the chart)
Taylor Swift - "Getaway Car" (#39 peak, 3 weeks on the chart)