GENERAL CHART NOTES:
A Sweeter Place rises to #1, becoming Selena's third #1 single overall. Following the #1 position is "I Hope" which made a dramatic rise into the top five, rising 22 spots to #2. This becomes the first country song to enter a position this high this decade. Addiction by Doja Cat rises into the top ten, becoming her third top ten entry after Say So and Juicy. Don't Start Now falls after reaching it's peak for the fourth time last week, but is still a stable single. Rare enters the top five for the first time, earning Selena eighth top five single. You Should Be Sad by Halsey also rises into the top ten this week, becoming her ninth top ten single. Crowded Room enters the charts for the first time at #7, while People You Know enters the top ten for the first time sitting at #8. Halsey also debuts a new song from her Manic album, 3am, at #9. Cruel Summer also rises back into the top ten this week.
Outside of the top ten, there are several stable singles and movements. My Oh My rose 12 spots to #11 this week, while several Fine Line tracks occupy the top 20 (Golden: #12, Adore You: #13, Sunflower: #19, To Be So Lonely: #20). Ring and Dance Again both fell this week, after higher peaks from release week. Vulnerable by Selena debuted at #21 this week, while the rest of the top 25 is made of several reentry and small chart movement tracks. Future Nostalgia proves to be the most interesting after having a very strong debut (peaking at #1 for 3 weeks) and is now barely holding on at the end of the charts, as Don't Start Now takes more steam from it.
SONGS TO LOOK OUT FOR:
I Hope by Gabby Barrett could possibly be the next country hit on the charts, and if it stabilizes could potentially go #1 in the future.
Rare by Selena Gomez has been gaining momentum since release week, and could hit a new peak within the coming weeks.
You should be sad by Halsey is another song that has been slowly gaining momentum. If it stabilizes, it could become her next top five single.