Ninth week at #1 for "One Kiss", Demi Lovato matches highest peak to date.
Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa reach nine weeks at the summit, nearing Camila Cabello's "Havana", which reigned for eleven weeks on the chart, the longest reign so far for any track.
Looking to dethrone it, Demi Lovato's collaboration with Clean Bandit, "Solo", moves up to #2 on it's third week. It matches "Sorry not Sorry" as Demi's highest peak to date, while becoming Clean Bandit's third top two hit after "Rockabye" and "Symphony", which both topped the chart.
Cardi B earns her first top three hit as a lead with "I Like It". The track is also the first top 10 entry for both Bad Bunny and J Balvin; Cardi previously visited the top 10 with "Bartier Cardi", and topped the chart with Bruno Mars on "Finesse".
Anne-Marie's "2002" retreats from #2 to #4. It's the first of four songs to peak at #2 charting side to side this week, being followed by #5 "Lost in Japan", #6 "No Tears Left to Cry" and #7 "In My Blood". All tracks haven't been able to move ahead of "One Kiss".
Former #1 "Delicate" goes down to #8, while Taylor Swift's friend Selena Gomez enters top 10 again with "Back to You", which moves up to #9. Rudimental and friends close top 10 again with "These Days".
Last but not least, Cardi B helps Maroon 5 get Greatest Gainer honors with "Girls Like You", which enters top 20 this week.
Hot Shot Debut:
Maroon 5 ft. Cardi B - "Girls Like You" (moves up 44-20 this week)
Dropping this week: