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My Top 50 - 12/10/2017

December 10, 2017 | 50 songs

Eight weeks at #1 for "Havana", Demi Lovato earns second top 10 hit.

For the eighth week in a row, Camila Cabello and Young Thug rule the chart with "Havana", which now holds the most weeks at #1 this year, surpassing this week's #5 song, "New Rules" by Dua Lipa, which spent seven weeks there. Not everything is bad news for Lipa, as her "IDGAF" earns Greatest Gainer honors with a #38-20 jump.

Ed Sheeran earns his fourth top two hit from ÷​, with "Perfect" moving up one spot, matching "Galway Girl" from earlier this year. Sheeran has two debuts this week, as "Give Me Love" starts at #30, the week's highest debut, while "Bloodstream" nabs a #44 entry. Both singles come from his earlier albums, + and x respectively.

Demi Lovato moves down to #3 with "Sorry Not Sorry", but follow-up single "Tell Me You Love Me" becomes her second top ten hit as it jumps #17-#10 this week. Lovato also earns Luis Fonsi his second chart entry as "Échame la Culpa" starts at #42. It follows Fonsi's top 20 hit "Despacito".

Jumping 12 spots and earning her highest solo rank to date on the chart, Halsey takes "Bad at Love" to #4 this week, following a rebound after it had apparently peaked at #11. Not only she manages to outpeak "Strangers" and "Now Or Never" (#5 and #6 respectively), but she also earns another entry this week with G-Eazy's "Him & I", at #36.

Former couple Calvin Harris and Taylor Swift find each other side to side on the top 10, with his "Faking It" and her "End Game" sliding each one spot to #6 and #7. Peaks are currently #4 for his Kehlani/Lil Yachty collaboration, while her Ed Sheeran/Future combo has gone as high as #3.

Selena Gomez takes Marshmello to the top 10 for the first time as "Wolves" jumps to #8. In the process it stops Rita Ora from gaining a higher peak with "Anywhere", which stays steady at #9.

Below the top 10, Shawn Mendes finally gets a top 20 peak for "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back", which reaches #16 on it's 26th week charting. P!nk and Post Malone look like top 20 contenders as "Beautiful Trauma" and "Rockstar" both jump over ten spots to #21 and #22.

Two acts that have spent time at #1 this year debut newer singles: "Meant to Be" finds Bebe Rexha collaborating with Florida Georgia Line at #47, while Clean Bandit gives Julia Michaels her second entry on the chart at #48 with "I Miss You". Also keep an eye on Camila Cabello's new single "Never be the Same", debuting this week at #50.


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1Same position as last week
Camila Cabello featuring Young Thug - "Havana" single cover artwork
21Up this week
Ed Sheeran - "Perfect" single cover artwork
51Down this week
Dua Lipa - "New Rules" single cover artwork
9Same position as last week
Rita Ora - "Anywhere" single cover artwork
131Up this week
Ofenbach - "Be Mine" single cover artwork
2018Up this week
Dua Lipa - "IDGAF" single cover artwork
273Down this week
Rita Ora - "Your Song" single cover artwork
294Down this week
Camila Cabello featuring Quavo - "OMG" single cover artwork
30-30New this week
Ed Sheeran - "Give Me Love" single cover artwork
332Down this week
Dua Lipa - "Be The One" single cover artwork
352Up this week
ZAYN featuring Sia - "Dusk Till Dawn" single cover artwork
41-41New this week
Niall Horan - "This Town" single cover artwork
431Down this week
Kesha - "Learn to Let Go" single cover artwork
44-44New this week
Ed Sheeran - "Bloodstream" single cover artwork
45-45New this week
Toto - "Africa" single cover artwork
46-46New this week
JoJo - "Anything" single cover artwork
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Greatest Gainer:

Dua Lipa - "IDGAF" (moves up 38-20 this week)

Dropping this week:

Taylor Swift – “All Too Well”  (#15 peak, 7 weeks on the chart)
Miley Cyrus – “Malibu” (#3 peak, 15 weeks on the chart)
Ed Sheeran – “Shape of You” (#1 peak, 46 weeks on the chart)
Dua Lipa – “Hotter Than Hell” (#18 peak, 37 weeks on the chart)
Imagine Dragons – “Believer” (#1 peak, 35 weeks on the chart)
Dua Lipa – “Begging” (#26 peak, 8 weeks on the chart)
Dua Lipa – “Last Dance” (#33 peak, 13 weeks on the chart)
Charlie Puth – “Attention” (#2 peak, 29 weeks on the chart)
Led Zeppelin – “Immigrant Song” (#26 peak, 4 weeks on the chart)
Imagine Dragons - "Walking the Wire" (#47 peak, 1 week on the chart)