Tenth week at #1 for Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa, Selena Gomez, Cardi B, Anne-Marie and Clean Bandit all closing in.
Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa crown the chart for a tenth week in a row with "One Kiss". The smash hit is just one week shy of the eleven week reigh of Camila Cabello's "Havana", which stands as the longest running #1 on the chart so far, but "Kiss" loses points this week, while the rest of the top five increased, and why a very small lead it's pretty likely that one of the newer tracks dethrones it next week. Dua Lipa also wraps up the hugely successful run of "Be The One", which spent three weeks at #1 and leaves the chart this week after 72 weeks charting, easily a new record for longevity.
Clean Bandit and Demi Lovato stay steady at #2 with "Solo" despite an increase in points. If it can move up next week it would be Demi's first chart topper and Clean Bandit's third following "Rockabye" and "Symphony". Cardi B is close behind with her Bad Bunny and J Balvin collaboration "I Like It" at #3. It's already easily the highest peaking song with Cardi as a lead, but it also looking like a contender for #1, which would match her collaboration with Bruno Mars, "Finesse", which crowned the chart earlier this year.
Selena Gomez makes a jump from #9 to #4 with "Back to You". The 13 Reasons Why single is her highest peaking track since her Kygo collaboration, "It Ain't Me", reached #1 last year. Kygo enter the chart this week at #49 with Imagine Dragons on "Born to Be Yours". Anne-Marie follows, down one with "2002", which still has a shot of moving higher than it's #2 peak.
Former tourmates Taylor Swift and Shawn Mendes follow each other at #6 and #7 with "Delicate" and "Lost in Japan". The tracks peaked at #1 and #2 respectively.
This week's Greatest Gainer moves up to #8, Maroon 5 and Cardi B's "Girls Like You". The track, from Red Pill Blues, is the third top 10 hit from the album, following "Cold" and "What Lovers Do". The latter peaked at #5 and remains the biggest hit of the project so far.
Ariana Grande and Rudimental close the top 10 with "No Tears Left to Cry" and "These Days" at #9 and #10. Grande debuts at #42 with Troye Sivan's "Dance to This" and #44 with 2014's "Get on Your Knees", a collaboration from Nicki Minaj's album The Pinkprint. Minaj's new album, Queen, features a new collaboration between both divas, "Bed", which bubbles under this week and looks likely to debut on the next chart. Rudimental starts at #48 with Major Lazer, Anne-Marie and Mr. Eazi on "Let Me Live".
Below top 10, David Guetta and Sia move up to #13, with their latest collaboration "Flames", while JLo nets another top 20 hit with Cardi B and DJ Khaled on "Dinero", this week's #20. At #39, Jess Glynne is this week's biggest debut with "I'll be There", besting Troye Sivan, who launches "Bloom" at #41 and the aforementioned "Dance" at #42. Alessia Cara closes the chart with her new single "Growing Pains", at #50.
Hot Shot Debut:
Jess Glynne - "I'll be There" (#39 debut)
Maroon 5 ft. Cardi B - "Girls Like You" (moves up 20-8 this week)
Dropping this week:
Dua Lipa – “Be The One” (#1 peak, 72 weeks on the chart)
Rita Ora – “Anywhere” (#3 peak, 33 weeks on the chart)
Post Malone ft. Ty Dolla $ign – “Psycho” (#34 peak, 15 weeks on the chart)
Cardi B – “Be Careful” (#41 peak, 9 weeks on the chart)
Shawn Mendes - "Where Were You In The Morning?" (#37 peak, 3 weeks on the chart)
Maroon 5 - "Wait" (#23 peak, 22 weeks on the chart)
Rita Ora ft. Cardi B, Bebe Rexha, Charli XCX – “Girls” (#35 peak, 4 weeks on the chart)