This week's chart saw a lot of chart favorites fall due to a lack of plays and also low competitive numbers.
Physical by Dua Lipa remains strong and stable, racking in 16 plays this week and holding the #1 spot at a significant margin. Lennon Stella earns her third top ten single with Kissing Other People rocketing up to #2. Only the Young remains stable, spending a second week at #3. Don't Start Now falls down to #4 but is still strong. Diamonds by Meghan Thee Stallion and Normani debuts at #5, becoming Meghan's first top five single and Normani's third top ten single. Delicate, the chart's biggest single, returns to the charts at #6. I Hope moves up two spots to #7 this week after almost falling out of the top ten, becoming the most successful country-pop song in recent times. Kesha earns her fourth top ten single with High Road reaching a new peak of #8. The Man returns to the top ten, and Everytime returns after a long time at #10.
Outside the top ten, things get tricky. Doja Cat holds spots 12 and 13 with her recent viral singles. You should be sad, drops to #16 but is very likely to return to the top 10. Dance Monkey reenters and reaches a new peak of #18. No Time To Die debuts at #21 with only two days of plays. Finally, Cruel Summer leaves the top twenty for the first time, falling to #25. It is still a powerful song, and will likely stick around the charts for awhile and is in the leading to become the next "Delicate" of the charts.