Camila Cabello gets sixth week at #1 with "Havana" and Young Thug, Demi Lovato earns a new peak and Greatest Gainer honors.
"Havana" by Camila Cabello and Young Thug gets a sixth consecutive week at #1. It matches this week's #3, Dua Lipa's "New Rules", for most consecutive weeks at #1 this year. That said, "Rules" returned to #1 for another week seven weeks later. "Havana" lost a significant amount of points this week, but there doesn't seem to be a strong contender in sight to dethrone it just yet.
The aforementioned "Rules" drops to #3 after five consecutive weeks at #2, and nine total weeks at the runner up spot. In fact, save for it's #3 debut and a #4 placement on October, "Rules" has stayed in the top 3 for 22 weeks. Another Dua Lipa track recovers four spots on it's 44th week charting, as "Be The One" moves up to #29, refusing to leave the chart.
Between those two juggernauts, Demi Lovato gets a new peak with "Sorry Not Sorry", which jumps to #2. Lovato's next single is already looking like a strong contender as well, because "Tell Me You Love Me" jumps 21 spots to #28 on it's second week, earning Greatest Gainer honors.
"Faking It" by Calvin Harris, Lil Yachty and Kehlani jumps to #4, and in the process outpeaks lead Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1 single "Slide" with Frank Ocean and Migos, which topped out at #5. Last week's highest debut drops two to #5, as Future and Ed Sheeran assist Taylor Swift on "End Game". Former #1 hit "Look What You Made Me Do" does recover to #8 this week for Swift.
Killing the longevity game, "Thunder" by Imagine Dragons stays steady at #6 on it's 22nd week. Charlie Puth follows at #7 with "How Long". The top 10 is closed by two top 5 hits, as Avicii and Rita Ora stay at #9 for another week with "Lonely Together", while "What Lovers Do" drops to #10 for Maroon 5 and SZA.
Rita Ora is looking to collect her third top 10 hits with "Anywhere", which jumps to #11 this week. Ed Sheeran is also looking to collect his fourth top 10 hit from his latest album, as "Perfect" finally beats it's pre-single release peak of #17 and moves up to #14 on it's 18th week. "Anywhere" follows the aforementioned "Lonely Together" and former #1 "Your Song", which drops to #21. "Perfect" would join #1s "Shape of You" and "Castle on the Hill" and #2 peaking "Galway Girl".
Demi Lovato - "Tell Me You Love Me" (moves up 49-28 this week)
Dropping this week:
Calvin Harris ft. Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry & Big Sean - "Feels" (#1 peak, 23 weeks on the chart)
Liam Payne ft. Quavo - "Strip That Down" (#6 peak, 20 weeks on the chart)