Dua Lipa "Rules" for a third week, French Montana reaches the top three.
"New Rules" spends a third consecutive week at #1. It matches "Be The One" as Dua Lipa's longest stay at the top spot ("Be The One" makes an impressive rebound this week, up five spots to #23 on it's 28th week on the chart). The singer has now spent seven weeks atop the chart this year thanks to those two and Sean Paul's "No Lie", on which she's featured.
"Feels" remains stagnant at #2. The track has spent the last seven weeks at the top two, either blocked by Dua Lipa and DJ Khaled or at the top spot for 2 weeks, which is still a pretty impressive longevity.
While those two have been in the top 3 for over a month, French Montana and Swae Lee claim #3 with "Unforgettable", a new peak for their first chart entry. Also moving up, Charlie Puth's "Attention" makes it to #4 this week.
Their strong showings sideline former #1 "Wild Thoughts" to #5. The Rihanna and Bryson Tiller assisted track got DJ Khaled two weeks at #1.
Lorde's "Perfect Places" is stable at #6. It's gone as high as #4, and the song's music video could help it's chances for next week. It's followed by Liam Payne and Quavo's "Strip that Down", which gets a new peak on it's fifth week on the chart at #7.
Macklemore's "Glorious" is stable at #8, it's current peak. Last week's re-entry "Desperado" gets a new peak this week by reaching #9. All the singles from ANTI, plus album track "Consideration" featuring SZA, reached top 10 for Rihanna, with two of them going all the way to #1's, "Work" which featured Drake and "Love On The Brain".
Halsey and Lauren Jauregui close the top 10 with "Strangers". Imagine Dragons' "Whatever It Takes" falls from the top 10 this week, to #11. Peaks for the tracks are #5 and #4 so far.
Below top 10, Halsey's previous single "Now Or Never" is up to #12 while Alessia Cara is looking good for a third top 10 hit with her version of "How Far I'll Go" up to #13. Selena Gomez and Gucci Mane also get a new peak for "Fetish" at #14. Another Selena Gomez track, with her former band The Scene enters at #50, "A Year Without Rain". The track precedes the chart's birth but it's total points suggest it would have charted back in 2010.
Jonas Blue ft. William Singe - "Mama" (moves up 48-33 this week)
Dropping this week:
Jason Derulo ft. Nicki Minaj, Ty Dolla $ign – “Swalla” (#7 peak, 17 weeks on the chart)
Camila Cabello – “Crying In The Club” (#10 peak, 10 weeks on the chart)
Lorde – “Liability” (#15 peak, 6 weeks on the chart)
Lady Gaga – “The Cure” (#3 peak, 15 weeks on the chart)