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My Top 50 - 06/03/2018

"One Kiss" gets eight weeks at #1, Anne-Marie and Clean Bandit looking to dethrone it.

Once again, Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa stay at #1 with "One Kiss". That marks eight weeks at the top of the chart, the longest run for either act. It's reigh might be nearing it's end with a small decline in points this week while two contenders increased just below it.

"2002" becomes Anne-Marie's highest ranking song as a lead by moving up one spot to #2, surpassing the #3 peak that her collaboration with Marshmello, "FRIENDS", reached earlier this year. That track had both acts as leads and remains at #20 this week, steady week-to-week.

Clean Bandit earns their third top three hit with "Solo", which is also now Demi Lovato's second highest peaking song below "Sorry Not Sorry" which reached #2. Should it move to #1, it would be Clean Bandit's third and Lovato's first. (A few of Lovato's hits, like "Give Your Heart a Break" pre-date the chart).

Shawn Mendes' still has two entries in the top 10 with "Lost in Japan" at #4 and "In My Blood" at #7. Both tracks have gone as high as #2. "Youth" featuring Khalid moves up one spot to #22 while "Fallin' All In You" starts at #26 following the album release. "Where Were You In the Morning" also moves up to #37 on it's second week.

A pair of pop divas follow each other at #5 and #6: Ariana Grande's "No Tears Left to Cry" is steady this week, while former #1 "Delicate" moves up to #6 on it's 17th week for Taylor Swift.

Returning to the top 10 after it's video premiere is Cardi B's "I Like It", at #8. The Bad Bunny and J Balvin assisted track reached #6 after Cardi's Invasion of Privacy album dropped. Cardi can be found on this week's #24 (Jennifer Lopez' "Dinero"), #31 (her own "I Do" featuring SZA), #44 (Maroon 5's new single "Girls Like You"), #45 (her own "Be Careful", also her only solo entry this week) and #50 (Rita Ora's "Girls", which is moving in the wrong direction after it's #35 debut)

Closing out the top 10 are "Never be the Same" by Camila Cabello and "These Days" by Rudimental, Jess Glynne, Macklemore and Dan Caplen. The former reached #1 for two weeks while the latter is steady just below it's #9 high-point.

Selena Gomez inches closer to the top 10 with "Back to You" at #12 this week. "Sangria Wine" by Pharrell and Camila Cabello moves in the wrong direction this week, going down to #15. Normani and Khalid move up to #18 with "Love Lies", earning Greatest Gainer honors and a new peak.


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1Same position as last week
Dua Lipa - "One Kiss" single cover artwork
5Same position as last week
Ariana Grande - "no tears left to cry" single cover artwork
112Down this week
Dua Lipa - "IDGAF" single cover artwork
172Down this week
Drake - "God's Plan" single cover artwork
20Same position as last week
Anne-Marie - "FRIENDS" single cover artwork
283Down this week
Iggy Azalea featuring Quavo - "Savior" single cover artwork
30-30New this week
Sia - "Flames" single cover artwork
326Down this week
Grey - "The Middle" single cover artwork
354Down this week
Dua Lipa - "New Rules" single cover artwork
395Down this week
Disciples - "On My Mind" single cover artwork
425Down this week
Rita Ora - "Anywhere" single cover artwork
461Down this week
Troye Sivan - "My My My!" single cover artwork
478Down this week
Dua Lipa - "Be the One" single cover artwork
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Hot Shot Debut:

Céline Dion - "Ashes" (#25 debut)

Greatest Gainer:

Khalid, Normani - "Love Lies" (moves up 28-18 this week)

Dropping this week:

Bazzi - "Mine" (#38 peak, 12 weeks on the chart)
Dua Lipa – “Homesick” (#18 peak, 16 weeks on the chart)
Bruno Mars, Cardi B – “Finesse (Remix)” (#1 peak, 21 weeks on the chart)
Clean Bandit ft. Julia Michaels – “I Miss You” (#7 peak, 25 weeks on the chart)
Imagine Dragons – “Whatever It Takes” (#4 peak, 52 weeks on the chart)
Meghan Trainor – “No Excuses” (#18 peak, 11 weeks on the chart)