Ant Saunders' continues his reign at #1 for a third week with Yellow Hearts, The Weeknd trails close behind with Blinding Lights moving 4-2, Hoodie Allen and company blast 6-3, becoming the first Top 5 for all three artists (Hoodie, KYLE and blackbear). Roddy Ricch moves 8-4 with his smash The Box, also becoming his first Top 5, his collaboration with Mustard called Ballin jumps 45-36 this week, giving him his second Top 40 hit. All this momentum pushes back our veteran hits: Home's Resonance falls 2-5 after 4 weeks at #1, Post Malone's Circles falls 3-6 after 10 weeks at #1 and Halsey's Graveyard falls 5-7 after 3 weeks at #1. Dua Lipa falls 7-8 with Don't Start Now after reaching #3, her newest song Physical debuts at #10, becoming her fourth Top 10 hit. In between Dua is blackbear with hot girl summer, stationary at #9 after reaching #7.
Notable moves outside the Top 10: Kesha soars 27-12 with Raising Hell, Alicia Keys' Underdog rushes 19-13, and Lil Nas X pulls 28-22 with Old Town Road following its Superbowl commercial, the song remains the longest-running #1 single on the chart when it pulled 13 consecutive weeks at the top last year.
Other debuts this week aside from Dua: Carly Rae Jepsen's Let's Be Friends at #32, Khalid & Disclosure at #49 with Know Your Worth and two Kesha debuts with Tonight at #45 and My Own Dance at #48.
Landmark Moment: Hackman's Forgotten Notes reaches a landmark 70 weeks on the chart, becoming the first song to ever do so. Congratulations!