"One Kiss" blocks Ariana Grande, "Be The One" defies gravity with a return to the top 30.
Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa retain #1 for a third consecutive week with "One Kiss". The track moves ahead of Calvin's last #1 hit, "Feels" which spent two weeks at #1, and Dua's last chart-topper "IDGAF" (steady at #8 this week), which reigned for two non-consecutive weeks. Also remarkable "Be The One", Dua Lipa's first chart-topper returns to the top 30 on it's record-extending 66th week, with a Greatest Gainer-worthy 10 spot jump to #29.
Ariana Grande has to settle for a jump to #2 with "No Tears Left to Cry". The track also boosts her 2016 hit "Into You", which returns to the top 40.
Shawn Mendes earns his first top three hit with "In My Blood" which jumps one spot to #3. Fellow single "Lost in Japan" is steady at #5. Both tracks preview his self-titled third studio album.
Between both tracks, "Never be the Same" drops to #4 for Camila Cabello. Taylor Swift's Delicate drops to #6 as well. Both tracks have already topped the chart for two weeks.
Halsey's "Alone" moves up to #7 from #9. It's partially aided by a new Calvin Harris remix.
Niall Horan returns to the top 10 with "On the Loose". The track has gone as high as #6. Last but not least, Charlie Puth earns his third top 10 hit from Voicenotes, with the Kehlani collaboration "Done for Me", which jumps six spots to #10.
Iggy Azalea and Quavo move to #12 with "Savior", while Rudimental, Jess Glynne, Macklemore and Dan Caplen move up to #17 on it's third week.
Hot Shot Debut:
Avicii - "Levels" (#44 debut)
Dua Lipa - "Be The One" (moves up 39-29 this week)
Dropping this week:
Khalid - "Young Dumb & Broke" (#11 peak, 16 weeks on the chart)
The Weeknd - "Rockin'" (#25 peak, 8 weeks on the chart)
Paramore - "Rose-Colored Boy" (#31 peak, 10 weeks on the chart)
Marshmello ft. Khalid - "Silence" (#5 peak, 17 weeks on the chart)