Dua Lipa gets third #1 hit, finally moves up with "New Rules"
Dua Lipa earns her third #1 hit with "New Rules". It follows her collaboration with Sean Paul, "No Lie" (one week at the top), and her smash "Be The One" (three weeks atop the chart and stable at #29 on it's 26th week). "Rules" moves up after four weeks at #3, following "Feels" and "Wild Thoughts" and their two-week runs at #1.
Calvin Harris, Pharrell, Katy Perry and Big Sean are stable at #2 with "Feels", while DJ Khaled, Bryson Tiller and Rihanna find themselves at #3 with "Wild Thoughts". Both tracks were neck and neck for four weeks, evenly splitting them with two weeks at #1 for each song.
French Montana and Swae Lee continue moving up as "Unforgettable" finds itself with a new #4 peak. It's visit to the top 5 causes Lorde's "Perfect Places" (#5) and Halsey's "Strangers" (#6) to each drop one spot from their peak positions. Also down one spot is Imagine Dragons' "Whatever it Takes", which has gone as high as #4, ranking at #7 this week.
Charlie Puth also gets a new peak with "Attention", at #8. Puth's highest peaking song to date, "We Don't Talk Anymore" featuring Selena Gomez got a #2 peak. He was also featured on Wiz Khalifa's "See You Again", which reached #3.
Macklemore and Skylar Grey are the only new visitors to the top 10 this week, with "Glorious" moving up from #11 to #9. DJ Khaled and friends close the top 10 this week with "I'm the One".
Just below, Liam Payne moves up five spots to #11 with "Strip that Down", and is looking at a top 10 position as soon as next week. Kesha's "Praying" is also up to #14.
Selena Gomez's "Fetish" jumps 13 spots to #27. The Gucci Mane assisted track is this week's Greatest Gainer. Dua Lipa's "Last Dance" is this week's only debut at #43, while Bruno Mars re-enters and gains a 20th week on the chart with "That's What I Like" at #48. Next single "Versace on the Floor", #26 this week, is looking to beat it's longevity, as it has gotten 13 weeks on the chart already, although it hasn't matched "Like" in terms of peak (#9 vs #23).
Linkin Park's "Heavy" re-enters following lead singer Chester Bennigton's death by suicide earlier this week. The track barely missed top 10 earlier this year.
Selena Gomez ft. Gucci Mane - "Fetish" (moves up 40-27 this week)
Dropping this week:
Coldplay – “Yellow” (#45 peak, 1 week on the chart)
Calvin Harris ft. Young Thug, Pharrell Williams, Ariana Grande – “Heatstroke” (#19 peak, 7 weeks on the chart)
Lorde – “The Louvre” (#28 peak, 4 weeks on the chart)