Hoodie Allen, blackbear and KYLE move 4-1 with Champagne and Pools, giving all of them their first #1 single on the chart, they unseat Carly Rae Jepsen's Let's Be Friends which falls to #5 this week after 1 week at the top. Right on their tail is a smashing debut from Billie Eilish with her bond theme No Time To Die at #2, the track becomes her seventh Top 10 hit (tying wih Rihanna and Carly Rae Jepsen for third most Top 10 hits on the chart), while it ties Bad Guy as her highest peaking song. At #3 is The Weeknd with Blinding Lights, surely the next #1 hit as it's gaining massively in points, his newest song After Hours debuts at #47 from only 2 days of tracking, expect a large jump next week.
Ant Saunders' Yellow Hearts fall 2-4 after 3 weeks at #1, Home's Resonace paces back 5-6 after 4 weeks at #1, Dua Lipa's Don't Start Now is stationary at #7 after reaching #3, Halsey's Graveyard lifts 9-8 after reaching #1 for 3 weeks. Post Malone's Circles falls 8-9 after 10 weeks at #1, the track also spends it's 26th week in the Top 10, lapping half a year in the region, it's one week from tying Sunflower, another Post Malone track, for most weeks in the Top 10 ever on the chart. Roddy Ricch's The Box rounds out the Top 10, falling 6-10 after reaching #4.
Lil Nas X's Old Town Road exits this week after 49 weeks on the chart, the song debuted in March last year and went on to peak at #1 for 13 consecutive weeks, becoming the longest-running #1 single of all time.