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2017 - Week of September 17

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Some rules: Songs go on recurring after 20 weeks if they fall below #25 the week after they hit 20 weeks. Songs with over 20 weeks that fall out don't return unless there is significant gain. These are very loosely based off the US Billboard, Aria and UK charts and are just for fun.

The weeks top hits with songs only by female artists - with some mild influence from the US Billboard, Aria and UK charts.


  • 'Look What You Made Me Do' by Taylor Swift jumps (11-1) straight off the debut to hit No. 1 on its second week.
  • 'Swish Swish' by Katy Perry feat. Nicki Minaj and 'Down' by Fifth Harmony feat. Gucci Mane re-enters the chart, the former due to the music video and the latter due to the album release.
  • New entries from Paloma Faith and Demi Lovato.

Dropouts at end.

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2Same position as last week
Dua Lipa - "New Rules" single cover artwork
3Same position as last week
Cardi B - "Bodak Yellow " single cover artwork
51Down this week
Rita Ora - "Your Song" single cover artwork
71Down this week
Kesha - "Praying" single cover artwork
94Down this week
Alessia Cara - "Stay" single cover artwork
102Up this week
Alma - "Chasing Highs" single cover artwork
163Down this week
SZA featuring Travis Scott - "Love Galore" single cover artwork
172Down this week
Charli XCX - "Boys" single cover artwork
202Up this week
SZA - "The Weekend" single cover artwork
224Down this week
Jessica Mauboy - "Fallin'" single cover artwork
23Same position as last week
Camila Cabello featuring Young Thug - "Havana" single cover artwork
256Down this week
Selena Gomez featuring Gucci Mane - "Fetish" single cover artwork
271Down this week
Hailee Steinfeld - "Most Girls" single cover artwork
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  • Olly Murs & Louisa Johnson - Unpredictable (#12, 13 weeks)
  • Maren Morris - I Could Use a Love Song (#29, 2 weeks)
  • Miley Cyrus - Younger Now (#19, 2 weeks)
  • Halsey - Now Or Never (#4, 20 weeks)