"Never Really Over" still at #1 for a sixth week.
Katy Perry celebrates a sixth week at the top spot with "Never Really Over", easily her longest reign on the chart (some of Perry's biggest hits like "Dark Horse" and "Teenage Dream" pre-date this chart). The track manages to hold off "bad guy" once again, and it leads three more entries by Perry. Her #3 peaking remix of "Con Calma" with Daddy Yankee and Snow drops to #31, while her new single "Small Talk" debuts at #33. Her #12 hit "365", with Zedd, drops to #47 on it's 26th week.
Billie Eilish has to settle for #2 again with "bad guy", which has led the chart for eleven non-consecutive weeks so far. That #1 reign matches Camila Cabello and Young Thug's eleven week reign with "Havana" as the second longest (the champion remains "One Kiss" by Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa, with 15 weeks). Eilish's second #1 hit, "when the party's over" returns to the top 10 this week at #10 on it's 27th week.
At #3, "Truth Hurts" becomes Lizzo's first top three entry. The track looks poised to move even higher next week. It holds off another #3 hit, "Señorita" by Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes. Actually, #5, "All the Time" and #6 "You Need To Calm Down" have all pakead at #3 too, thanks to the continued dominance of "bad guy" and "Never Really Over". The last track to break top two was "bellyache", also by Billie Eilish (and #11 this week).
Sam Smith surges three more spots with "How Do You Sleep?", which moves to #7 on it's fourth week. It takes down ROSALÍA, as "Con Altura" slides to #8 on it's tenth week. It has reached #5 so far.
Once again, Camila Cabello, this time with Mark Ronson on "Find U Again", as the #7 peaking track moves up two to #9 this week. Cabello is preparing a follow-up to last year's Camila which yielded the #1 hits "Havana" and "Never be the Same", and these collaborations just keep giving her hits until her sophomore album is ready.
At #12, Zendaya earns her first entry on the chart thanks to the Euphoria single "All for Us". The track is a reworked version of Labrinth's original song of the same title, now delivered as a duet that debuted during the HBO show's first season finale last Sunday. Labrinth visited top 10 last year with Sia and Diplo on LSD's "Thunderclouds". Social House and Ariana Grande are this week's Greatest Gainers at #30 with "boyfriend", as the track jumps nineteen spots on it's first full week of tracking.
Hot Shot Debut:
Labrinth, Zendaya - "All For Us" (#12 Debut)
Ariana Grande, Social House - "boyfriend" (moves up 49-30 this week)
Dropping this week:
Billie Eilish - "wish you were gay" (#17 peak, 18 weeks on the chart)
Jonas Brothers - "Cool" (#19 peak, 11 weeks on the chart)