Rita Ora tops the chart, Camila Cabello earns first top five hit.
"Your Song" becomes the third chart topper this year co-written by Ed Sheeran, following "Shape of You" and "Castle on the Hill". For singer Rita Ora, it's her first ever. Rita is close to earning a second top ten hit, as Avicii's "Lonely Together" moves up to #11.
Last week's champions, Fifth Harmony, move down to #2 with "He Like That". Two former chart-toppers follow as "New Rules" and "Look What You Made Me Do" both recover one spot to #3 and #4 respectively. They're followed by Camila Cabello and Young Thug, both of them earning their first top five hit with "Havana", which jumps ten-spots this week. It outpeak's Cabello's other solo entries like "Crying in the Club" (#10).
Imagine Dragons moves up to #6 with "Thunder". The track looks like a safe bet to join the top 5 next week.
The star-studded "Homemade Dynamite" drops to #7 from it's #2 peak. As of now it still remains tied with "Green Light" as the highest peaking single from Lorde's Melodrama album.
Portugal. The Man recovers to #8 with "Feel It Still", which has gone as far as #5 so far. The "Reggaetón Lento" remix follows at #9, down two. Maroon 5 and SZA close the top 10 with "What Lovers Do", from Maroon 5's recently announced studio album Red Pill Blues.
Elsewhere on the chart, Ofenbach's "Be Mine" jumps sixteen spots to #14, but it's no match to the thirtyfour spots jump by the new "Mi Gente" remix, featuring Beyoncé, which easily outpeaks the original (#42).
J Balvin, Willy William ft. Beyoncé - "Mi Gente" (moves up 50-16 this week)
Dropping this week:
Hilary Duff - "So Yesterday" (#49 peak, 1 week on the chart)
Shawn Mendes - "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back" (#26 peak, 21 weeks on the chart)
Lorde - "Sober" (#11 peak, 16 weeks on the chart)
Selena Gomez - "Bad Liar" (#6 peak, 19 weeks on the chart)