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My Top 50 - 06/23/2019

June 23, 2019 | 50 songs

Taylor Swift leads seven debuts, Katy Perry holds on to #1.

On a busy chart, Katy Perry's "Never Really Over" easily holds off the competition and earns a third week at #1. As usual, she's followed closely by Billie Eilish's "bad guy", which has topped the chart for seven weeks and spent four more at the runner up position. Also usual at this point: Eilish has multiple entries in the top ten. Her #2 hit "bellyache" slides to #6 on it's fourteenth week, one week leader "when the party's over" celebrates 20 weeks on the chart by returning to the top 10 at #9, and "bury a friend", also on it's 20th week, slides to #10 after reaching #1 for three weeks.

Perry actually earns a second spot inside the top three this week, as the Daddy Yankee / Snow song "Con Calma" reaches #3 on it's remix form, which features Katy Perry. It manages to hold off a surging "You Need To Calm Down", as the Taylor Swift track starts at #4 and looks like a strong contender to become Taylor Swift's record extending ninth #1 hit; the video for "Calm Down" actually features Perry, as she and Swift end her long standing feud. Want more Katy Perry? Look at #12, as "365" moves up one more spot to a new peak on it's 19th week.

ROSALÍA celebrates her first top five hit as "Con Altura" moves up three spots to #5. J Balvin of course topped the chart last year with "I Like It", with Cardi B and Bad Bunny, while this is El Guincho's first appearance. ROSALÍA's "Aute Cuture" moves up to #24 on it's third week.

Khalid and Mabel slide a bit from their peaks, as "Talk" drops #3-7 and "Don't Call Me Up" falls #6-8.

Zara Larsson blasts off into the chart at #11 with "All the Time", which is a major recovery. The singer, which reached #1 in 2016 with "Lush Life" and later on with Clean Bandit's "Symphony", had been comparatively struggling recently, with her single "Ruin My Life" stalling at #42. Another Zara single, "Don't Worry Bout Me", starts at #37.

Camila Cabello gets two top 20 entries this week as "Find U Again" moves up #20-14 and her brand new Shawn Mendes collab "Señorita" starts at #19. Mendes' "If I Can't Have You" slides to #13 after reaching a #3 peak.

Miley Cyrus' "Mother's Daughter" moves up to #41 on it's second week, but look closely and you'll find her inside top 20. "On A Roll" by her Black Mirror character Ashley O starts at the #20 spot.

Last but not least, Carly Rae Jepsen and Post Malone debut two new tracks at the bottom of the chart, landing each act a third entry on this week's chart.


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1Same position as last week
Katy Perry - "Never Really Over" single cover artwork
74Down this week
Khalid featuring Disclosure - "Talk" single cover artwork
11-11New this week
Zara Larsson - "All the Time" single cover artwork
121Up this week
Katy Perry - "365" single cover artwork
164Down this week
Halsey - "Nightmare" single cover artwork
178Down this week
Taylor Swift featuring Brendon Urie - "ME!" single cover artwork
20-20New this week
Ashley O - "On a Roll" single cover artwork
242Up this week
ROSALÍA - "Aute Cuture" single cover artwork
338Down this week
Khalid - "Better" single cover artwork
368Down this week
Marshmello featuring CHVRCHES - "Here With Me" single cover artwork
393Up this week
Rita Ora - "Carry On" single cover artwork
425Down this week
Halsey - "Without Me" single cover artwork
441Down this week
DJ Khaled featuring SZA - "Just Us" single cover artwork
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Hot Shot Debut:

Taylor Swift - "You Need To Calm Down" (#4 debut)

Greatest Gainer:

The Chainsmokers ft. Bebe Rexha - "Call You Mine" (moves up 34-27 this week)

Dropping this week:

Lady Gaga – “Always Remember Us This Way” (#4 peak, 20 weeks on the chart)
Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper – “Shallow” (#1 peak, 36 weeks on the chart)
benny blanco, Tainy, Selena Gomez, J Balvin – “I Can't Get Enough” (#22 peak, 13 weeks on the chart)
Billie Eilish – “all good girls go to hell” (#38 peak, 8 weeks on the chart)
Billie Eilish – “watch” (#9 peak, 1 weeks on the chart)
Carly Rae Jepsen – “All That” (#45 peak, 2 weeks on the chart)
SZA, The Weeknd, Travis Scott – “Power Is Power” (#15 peak, 9 weeks on the chart)