Maroon 5 joins an otherwise static top 5, Lorde and friends debut big.
The top 5 remains mostly unchanged this week, as "Look What You Made Me Do" spends a fourth week at #1, blocking six-time champion "New Rules" again. Rita Ora's "Your Song" also remains locked out at #3. Ora still earns Greatest Gainer this week with her collaboration with Avicii, "Lonely Together", which jumped into the top 20.
Fifth Harmony also stay steady at #4 with "He Like That", but just below it, Maroon 5 earn their first top 5 in years with "What Lovers Do", featuring SZA. It represents the highest charting track for SZA, surpassing, her Rihanna feature "Consideration" which peaked at #6.
But SZA actually has another song charting high this week, as the new remix of "Homemade Dynamite" by Lorde, featuring SZA, Khalid and Post Malone debuts at #6. It's the third top ten from her Melodrama album, and looks like a strong contender for the top spot in a few weeks. Lorde also re-enters with "Magnets", her Disclosure feature at #27, "Perfect Places" drops to #27 (both tracks have reached #4), "Sober" drops to #40 after reaching #11 and her Hunger Games feature with Stromae, HAIM, Pusha T and Q-Tip re-enters at #43, having reached #8.
Charlie Puth's former #2 "Attention" drops to #7.
Taylor Swift earns a second reputation top 10 as "...Ready for It?" jumps to #8. It sidetracks Portugal. The Man and "Feel It Still", which drops from it's #5 peak to #9. Closing the top 10 is another brand new entry, as "Reggaetón Lento" gives Little Mix their third top 10 and CNCO their first thanks to the remix's recently released music video.
Just below top 10, "Thunder" is looking to become the third top 10 hit from Imagine Dragons' latest album, Evolve, while "Friends" reaches a new #13 peak for Justin Bieber.
Avicii ft. Rita Ora - "Lonely Together" (moves up #29-20 this week)
Dropping this week:
ZAYN ft. Sia "Dusk Till Dawn" (#43 Peak, 2 weeks on the chart)
Alessia Cara - "How Far I'll Go" (#11 Peak, 8 weeks on the chart)
Dua Lipa - "Last Dance" (#33 peak, 9 weeks on the chart)