Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa rule for a second week, Ariana Grande debuts at #10.
"One Kiss" gets a second week at #1 for Dua Lipa and Calvin Harris. The track has a healthy increase in points which might signal a long stay at the top of the chart (if it can hold Shawn Mendes and Ariana Grande, but more about them later...)
Camila Cabello and Taylor Swift trade spots with "Never be the Same" moving up to #2 while "Delicate" drops to #3. Both tracks have already topped the chart.
Shawn Mendes follows with a pair of songs: "In My Blood" jumps thirteen spots to #4, a new high for any of Mendes' hits. "Lost in Japan" holds steady at #5 for a second week.
Cardi B also reaches a new high as a lead artist, as "I Like It" jumps to #6 on it's second week, moving it ahead of "Bartier Cardi" which reached #8. Cardi of course topped the chart with Bruno Mars' "Finesse" earlier this year.
SZA and Kendrick Lamar recover to #7 with "All the Stars" on it's fifteenth week charting. Dua Lipa drops four spots with former #1 "IDGAF", at #8 this week.
Halsey gets her fourth top 10 hit from hopeless fountain kingdom with "Alone" jumping to #9. It follows "Now or Never" (#6), "Strangers" (#5) and "Bad at Love" (#2).
Last but not least, "No Tears Left to Cry" by Ariana Grande starts at #10, a very strong debut considering it debuted just yesterday. Former #1 "Into You" also returns to the chart at #42.
Iggy Azalea continues moving up with "Savior", this week's #14, while close below Charlie Puth and Kehlani move to #16 with "Done for Me", which could be Puth's third top 10 in a row from his upcoming album Voicenotes.
Rudimental gets a top 20 hit with the help of Jess Glynne, Macklemore and Dan Caplen, as "These Days" gets Greatest Gainer honors by jumping to #20 from #41.
Dua Lipa's "Be the One" also moves up to #39, re-entering top 40 on it's 65th week charting, easily the longest run on the chart so far. With some newer tracks collapsing, like The Weeknd's "Call out my Name", it might be a while before Lipa's first #1 drops out.
Hot Shot Debut:
Ariana Grande - "No Tears Left to Cry" (#10 debut)
Rudimental ft. Jess Glynne, Macklemore, Dan Caplen - "These Days" (Moves up 41-20 this week)
Dropping this week:
The Weeknd - "Wasted Times" (#48 peak, 1 week on the chart)
Imagine Dragons - "Whatever it Takes" (#4 peak, 47 weeks on the chart)