Three weeks at #1 for Camila Cabello, Charlie Puth and Demi Lovato join top 10.
Camila Cabello and Young Thug stay at #1 for a third consecutive week with "Havana". The track blocks once again Dua Lipa's "New Rules", which stays at #2 on it's 21st week on the chart. "Rules" is still the longest leading #1 of the year with seven weeks at the summit.
After earning her first #1 hit with "Your Song", Rita Ora returns to the top three with "Lonely Together, her Avicii feature. The track swaps places with Imagine Dragons' "Thunder", which drops to #4 on it's 19th week. Maroon 5 also returns to the top 5 with "What Lovers Do". The track is SZA's second trip to the zone after "Homemade Dynamite", the Lorde track that got to #2 on remixed form featuring Khalid, SZA and Post Malone (and stays steady at #9 this week).
Charlie Puth also follows a near #1 ("Attention") with a new top 10 hit, as How Long jumps to #6 on it's fourth week.
Former #1 hit "He Like That" follows at #7 on it's 10th week, while "...Ready for It?" keeps Taylor Swift in the top 10 by jumping nine spots to #8, matching it's previous high point.
Demi Lovato closes the top 10 with "Sorry Not Sorry", which earns a placement in the higher region of the chart with an impressive 10 spot jump. It blocks "What About Us" from becoming another top 10 hit for P!nk, as that one stays at #11.
Calvin Harris, Kehlani and Lil Yachty look likely to join the top 10 soon, as "Faking It" moves up to #12. It matches Charli XCX's "After the Afterparty" for highest peaking song to feature Lil Yachty.
Logic, Alessia Cara and Khalid also join the top 20 with "1-800-273-8255", Rita Ora's "Anywhere" also moves to #21, but Greastest Gainer honors go to Selena Gomez and Marshmello, as "Wolves" moves 50-22 on it's first full week. Last but not least, on it's 17th week, Niall Horan gets a new #27 peak with "Slow Hands".
Selena Gomez, Marshmello - "Wolves" (moves up 50-22 this week)
Dropping this week:
Macklemore ft. Skylar Grey – “Glorious” (#8 peak, 17 weeks on the chart)
Birdy – “Keeping Your Head Up” (#42 peak, 8 weeks on the chart)
Dua Lipa – “Last Dance” (#33 peak, 12 weeks on the chart)